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St. Patrick apparently banished all snakes from the Emerald Isle - but he could have had no idea how grateful the Irish would be, or how hard they would party as a result! St Patrick's Day - March 17th - is celebrated the world over, but really the...more
City Centre, starting at Parnell Square, Dublin 1, Dublin, Ireland
Spending St. Patrick’s day in Dublin is an unforgettable experience. No other St. Paddy celebration can compare to the Dublin one. The traditional parade starts near Parnell Square and ends near the Christ Church Cathedral, crossing O’Connell Street and Dame Street. Every year, the main...More
The parade includes tapestry (floats) and bands. Unlike America, the floats are more dancers dressed in expressive intricate costumes of fantasy-like creatures. There are tons of them! The parade is about 2-hours long and the parade route is VERY crowded. No need to bring chairs,...More
Attended St Patrick's Day parade 2017.
For one day the city gives itself over to a celebration of all things Ireland. Food, music, art and general craic (defn: having as much fun as one can in a public setting).
I'm Irish but live abroad so...More
Great place for prawn lover. We enjoyed our sea food in so many variation, cooking lessons, great music, intresting historic radio instruments and the most important thing: the Irish people are great.
Thank you IRLAND