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Explore Scenic County Wicklow, Ireland
Book a mid term break in Co Wicklow and unwind, explore the long coastline or the majestic Wicklow Mountains. All within easy reach by foot, car or public transport.
All schools are closed in July and August for the Irish summer holidays. The dates for the Christmas, Easter and mid term breaks are standardised.
Discretionary days. Every school must be open for tuition for a minimum of 183 days at primary level and 167 days at post-primary level. Schools can use any remaining days at their discretion to extend the summer holiday period or to close on religious or other holidays.
At the start of the school year, schools in Ireland will give a list of days that the school will be closed during the year, including holidays and training days for teachers. If there are other unexpected closures the school will let parents know in advance.
However, schools cannot use these days to extend the Christmas, Easter or mid-term breaks (unless a religious observance day(s) falls at that time for schools of a particular denomination or faith).
If a school does not have enough discretionary days left for a religious holiday schools can denote that day a non-tuition day.
A visit to Ireland takes you close to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites (Giant’s Causeway, Skellig Michael, and Brú na Boinne) plus many other breathtaking sceneries and cultural attractions.
Here are four great tourist spots in Ireland that you should definitely visit once you pick this amazing European country as your vacation destination.
Dublin Zoo is the largest zoo in Ireland, covering more than twenty-eight hectares of Phoenix Park. Since the zoo is part of the European Endangered Species Programme, a global conservation program to breed endangered species, then you can be assured that a stop at the Dublin Zoo makes for a splendid recreational tour because you get to see many rare animals that may not exist in other parts of the world.
Dublin Zoo is home to many endangered animals like the Rodrigues fruit bats, golden lion tamarins (which are one of the rarest small monkeys in the world), and Moluccan cockatoos.
If you travel with your kids, then take them to the zoo’s exciting themed areas, which include the African Plains, The Kaziranga Forest Trail, World of Primates, World of Cats, and Reptile House.
Sprawled across Ireland’s craggy coastline, the captivating view of the beautiful Cliffs of Moher is a must-see for any tourist. Made up of ancient beds of sandstone and Namurian shale, the cliffs extend nearly five miles across and rise to approximately seven hundred feet tall above the Atlantic Ocean. River channels that are estimated to be up to three hundred million years old cut through the base of the Cliffs of Moher.
When you reach the high points of the iconic Cliffs of Moher, you can see the Galway Bay, Aran Islands, Maum Turk Mountains, and The Twelve Pins (a mountain range).
Trinity College in Dublin publicly displays the historic The Book of Kells, the original Latin calligraphic form of the four gospels of the New Testament. Celtic monks created the illuminated manuscript before 800AD. The manuscript is displayed in the Trinity College Library.
Enter the National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square for free and see renowned art masterpieces there. Founded in 1854, the National Gallery of Ireland is home to many masterpieces by famous artists such as Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, John Singer Sargent, Edgar Degas, and Johannes Vermeer. You can also view the museum’s Yeats collection.
Many of the popular paintings that you have only seen in books are kept in the National Gallery of Ireland. Do not miss out on the opportunity to see the actual artworks when you stop by Dublin, Ireland.
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