A diverse cultural hub, Dublin is packed with fun things to do. Explore historic castles and soak up the history at Trinity College. Then learn how to pull the perfect pint at the Guinness Storehouse.
Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world with festivals, street parties, parades, and is a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland. If you’re travelling in March, we’ve selected a handful of the best places with the most exciting celebrations for you to check out.
Come March, the northern hemisphere is thawing out, with exciting early signs of spring bringing this side of the world to life. From St Paddy Day celebrations in Dublin, to outdoor events in London, there are a range of activities across the world that make certain cities worth a visit at this time.
A rainy day in Dublin isn’t an unusual day. So if you’re planning a trip to this city, we recommend you come prepared, and not just with an umbrella. There are lots of indoor activities that’ll keep the craic going.
Winter is a great time to visit Dublin. The weather might be chilly but there’s plenty to keep you busy, including seasonal festivals and events. Enjoy crowd-free sightseeing, cosy Irish pubs and festive Christmas markets.