Dublin, the capital of South Ireland, is youthful and has a rich literary background. Come to meet the city’s History by visiting the oldest cathedrals such as the Saint Patrickor the Christ Church. As literary activity, you could take for a walk inside the Trinity College which exhibits the Kells’ wonderful book.
Go & visit the Phoenix Park, meet the deers , or take a break in the National Botanic Gardens
End your visit, by the trendy “Temple Bar” area, where you will find restaurants and pubs and where you will live an authentic Irish experience.
Known in the entire world, this feast that takes place each March 17, is dedicated to Saint Patrick, who would have evangelized Ireland. It is a Christian celebration, but considered by foreigners as a celebration of what makes Ireland for the rest of the world : Green, clovers, leprechauns and beer.
The Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated in the Irish Pubs all over the world, but some of the cities are making a real event of this day. Dublin, New York City, London, Boston, Chicago, Buenos Aires and Montreal organize huge parades in its name. But Dublin, makes the fun last longer as it organizes a week-long festival.
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