PERIOD: 16 -19 March 2017
PLACE: Dublin, Ireland.
In March, concurrent with the St Patrick's Day, Irish national holiday, Ireland is a celebration of festivals. From Cork to Donegal, from Galway to Kerry, there is no area where St. Patrick's Day is not properly celebrated.
Four days of authentic revelry, from 16 to 19 March 2017.
Obviously, too Dublin, on this occasion he dresses up for a party. Right here, on the other hand, the most important festival in all of Ireland is taking place, attracting an increasingly impressive number of spectators ... not just Irish people. The St Patrick's Dublin Festival, draws a rather diverse international audience and all those who, after all, feel "Irish" in the soul!
Pure fun is the predominant element. All of Dublin is an open-air stage where street performers and bands play and revel in every corner of the capital, improvising concerts. TO Parnell Squareinstead, the day of St. Patrick, part of the 12 in point, what is considered in all respects the most spectacular parade in Europe.
For the occasion, one of the symbols of the city and place of greatest appeal, such as the Guinnes Storehouse, carries out a series of initiatives; among these, theFREE ENTRANCE FOR EVERYONE WHO CALLS PATRICK (the Italians, Patrizio) for a whole day. To get the free ticket, just show up with ID that certifies their personal details.
Furthermore, live events, tastings and a special opening time from 09: 00 to 18: 00 are scheduled for the entire period. If you do not have to call yourself Patrizio, you will have to pay the entrance fee: we recommend buying it directly from this link to avoid the row.
Whether you're a Patrician or not, this is a good chance to get away with a wonderful Dublin. We are convinced that you will not be disappointed.
Take a look to our official guide on the Irish Capital from this link.
For more information, you can take a look at the official website of St Patrick's Dublin Festival from here: http://www.stpatricksday.ie