There is a lot more to Dublin than just the Temple Bar district with its lively and fun nightlife.

Originally founded as a Viking settlement, it evolved into the Kingdom of Dublin and became the island's principal city following the Norman invasion. Steeped in history and playing a pivotal role in both the partition of the Ireland in 1922 and the Good Friday Agreement in 1998, Dublin prospered as the capital city of the Celtic Tiger economy in the 1990's, only to fall on hard times as a result of the 2007 financial crisis.

A visit to Dublin is highly beneficial for a variety student group. FHT can provide value transport and accommodation options and are on hand to offer assistance with the booking of suitable visits.

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Stafford College | Barcelona

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A superb trip which students thoroughly enjoyed and will remember for life. Meticulously planned. I am really impressed by the service received from FHT. Thank you so much for an excellent trip.

Ashington High School

Peter organised an amazing experience. Tam and Paula were awesome in dealing with all of the cancellations due to extreme weather. I can not speak highly enough of the whole team and I will never use a different company for as long as I organise these trips.

Banbury College