“Mobility and cooperation” operates at its headquarters in Padova (Italy) and will originate further activities in other cities in Europe, starting with its new location in Dublin (Ireland) in 2021.
Padova (in Italian) or Padua (in English) is a picturesque town in Veneto, known for its university and history. It is also where Galileo Galilei made his most important discoveries, where William Shakespeare set the Taming of the Shrew and where Oscar Wilde set The Duchess of Padua.
It is also a great place for innovation, creativity and recreation.
Compared to the busier cities of Venice and Verona, Padova is calm and peaceful, allowing visitors to stroll the historic centre and marvel at its architecture without bumping into groups of tourists. Venice and Verona are easy to reach on half-day or full-day trips.
Dublin constantly re-invents itself and is globally connected, socially and economically progressive, deeply welcoming and steeped in rich heritage and culture. While booming with tech giants and being a UNESCO City of Literature, Dublin retains its village-like charms, with historic neighborhoods reminders of gentler, slower-moving times.
It’s also the city of Ireland’s top-ranked high-level educational institution, Trinity College, and is home to Ireland’s legendary brew, Guinness.
Just outside the city, along the coast and easily reachable, are some truly beautiful seaside towns and places to visit.
“Mobility and cooperation” will originate further activities in other cities in Europe. Are you interested in other locations? Would you like to welcome our course participants at your school or train them? Please, contact us and tell us more!