Bray is one of the most beautiful cities in Ireland. It is located in County Wicklow and is known as "The Garden of Ireland" to the south of Dublin, on the east coast of Ireland. Bray is an old seaside resort with a sandy beach and impressive boulders, which has recently become a commuting town for those who work in Dublin. Given its proximity to the capital (just 20 km away), many people live in Bray and commute daily to Dublin to work.
Until the eighteenth century, Bray was just a small fishing village, it was not until the end of the century, when the middle classes in Dublin city began to settle in Bray looking to escape the congestion of urban life in Dublin.
For location, Bray is an ideal destination to choose to learn or improve the english, english courses in Bray if you want to stay in a quiet place but still be close to Dublin. Both cities are well connected by DART (fast train).
Bray is also a market town within the region, and many visitors every weekend come to shop or simply for its tourist attraction. In Bray the visiters can enjoy the beautiful promenade, which is almost two kilometers long, and if you walk from Bray Head to Greystones, you will see the breathtaking landscape of cliffs.
Every summer is celebrated in Bray the free festival featuring with over 100 activities including attractions, street theater performances and live music. Various cultural activities are also held throughout the year with special events in Art, music, theatre, literature, opera...
Also Bray is known for its network of trails and walks to enjoy nature and its surroundings, with magnificent views of Dublin Bay, Dalkey Island, Wicklow mountains, etc.
Bray is an ideal destination to visit while learning the language of Shakespeare.