Apart from being the country that holds the iconic St. Patrick’s remains and being known as the country of storytellers, the Republic of Ireland is referred to as the Emerald Isle because of its extensive tracts of beautiful green fields. The island nation of Ireland is located at the westernmost point of Europe. It is the second-largest island on the continent (second only to Great Britain). The Republic of Ireland controls 80% of this continent, but the United Kingdom controls a major portion of the north.
With a variety of features to meet students' needs, Casita provides economical student accommodation in Ireland. Live in communal housing with common areas so you can interact with neighbours, meet new people, and make use of the amenities, which typically include shops, study spaces, game rooms, gyms, and laundry facilities.
Below are our most popular student accommodations in Ireland.
This Dublin student accommodation offers twin, single, and ensuite rooms. It offers communal areas; a lounge; a courtyard; social events; meeting rooms; high-speed Wi-Fi; bike storage spots; laundry services; and contents insurance. It’s just a nine-minute walk from the Dublin Institute of Technology.
Curraheen Point is a student accommodation in Cork offering different ensuites and studios. The building has Wi-Fi, all-inclusive bills, 24/7 security, on-site maintenance, laundry, bike storage, a communal room, study spaces, and an outdoor courtyard. It is just a 20-minute walk to the University College Cork.
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Irish administration, industry, the arts, and education are all centred in Dublin, which serves as both a modern and historical hub. The city was one of the top thirty cities in the world as of 2018, according to the Globalisation and World Cities Research Network (GaWC), which listed it as a global city with a ranking of "Alpha minus."
Ireland's largest city is Cork. It truly combines the old and the new; the Victorian Quarter’s elegant cocktails and modern art amid historical structures. Despite its size, Cork has a distinctive town-like atmosphere to it; life is relaxed, and nothing is too much trouble.
One of the shining and intriguing jewels of the West of Ireland is Galway. It is situated on the River Corrib between Galway Bay and Lough Corrib. The city has a bohemian feel to it while being rich in culture, artistic talent, outstanding cuisine, and music.