Travelling is an exciting time, which means it most probably is a destination of one’s choice. It means that a person had the ability to choose the destination because they were attracted by what the place had to offer. There are different types of travellers, some do it for business, others for travelling whilst others do it to see wonders of the world.

Ha'penny Bridge & River Liffey, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland Photo Credit: Robert Linsdell (Flickr)

Ha’penny Bridge & River Liffey, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland Photo Credit: Robert Linsdell (Flickr)

None the less travelling opens a travellers mindset and people who travel for leisure choose destinations because of the place it has to offer such as the food, architecture, culture and friendliness of the people, variety of things to do once they arrive at their tourist destination. But in all these things there has to be more to travelling than that, the experience that one gets is also educational.

St. Stephen’s Green ist ein Park im Zentrum der Stadt Dublin. Das Bild wurde im “Indian Summer” im Oktober aufgenommen.

A lot of people have different educational backgrounds that they have acquired in the classroom, which is useful as it prepares one to face the socio-economic issues of life. But travelling and tours for students gives another form of education as it widens students outlook and helps them do well in the examination. This is evident because a lot of educational institutions often arranges tours for students who are often taken to the places of historical importance around the world including Dublin,Ireland, World Heritage sites, river projects, power stations, hilly regions.Travelling is to gather experience, and wisdom comes from experience.

Hell Fire Club, Dublin area

Sales promoter at City Sight Seeing in Dublin Rebecca Geogetta spoke with the circular and said “travelling is a very powerful tool,”we have realised that from our clients that they have different dreams and they all want to achieve that through travel.”

One of the tourists in Dublin Thelma Aldons from the United States said to the circular that  “travelling has enabled me to see the different cultures, knowledge about different languages, different types of arts, new natural sights such as rivers, lakes and a whole lot of other things.”Some people may tend to think that you do need to be rich to travel,all that one needs is to save ,”you have to make it a priority,you will always find some other things to spend money on and you’ll never have enough money to travel, says another tourist’’. 

Beach and sea lovers at Malahide County Dublin by William Murphy/Flickr

Beach and sea lovers at Malahide County Dublin by William Murphy/Flickr