Well-known for brewing the deliciously dark, velvety stout known as Guinness and for their vibrant local pubs - this trip will have you feel right at home.
The capital city of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin, greets over 11 million visitors each year with a warm welcome. At every turn, this medieval city offers picturesque sites, historical buildings, street art, green parks and cracking live music. Whether you’re wanting to visit with family, friends or the other half, Dublin is a fun place for all.
We’re all a little bit Irish come March 17, but if you’re in the market for something more meaningful than a pint of green beer, hop aboard this delightful nine-day adventure to the Emerald Isle. Cliffs of Moher, Ring of Kerry, traditional music in a local pub... seriously, it doesn’t get much more quintessentially Irish than this. We mix the essential sites and time in the villages to really round out the experience. Even if Ireland isn’t the Old Country for you, this trip will make you feel as though you’re back home.
We’re all a little bit Irish come March 17, but if you’re in the market for something more meaningful than a pint of green beer, hop aboard this delightful nine-day adventure to the Emerald Isle. Cliffs of Moher, Ring of Kerry, traditional music in a local pub... seriously, it doesn’t get much more quintessentially Irish than this.Book Now
This Is An Official Bookitlist Package! We've carefully curated this package, our team has a whopping 25+ years partying in Dublin for St Patricks Day between us, and we've separated the wheat from the chaff for you. The best breakfasts, best value for money accommodation and the most awesome tours only. This is how to get the most of Dublin's annual Irish celebrations - GUARANTEED!Book Now
St Patricks Day is one of the world's most immense parties, and with a rich storied history behind it, it's not one to be taking lightly. In order to avoid ridiculous hotel fees, over congested bars and not so exciting tourist traps, refer to the party experts.Book Now
Be sure to drink plenty of water. It might sound like a cliche, but your head will thank you for it in the morning.Book Now
If you’re planning on visiting Dublin, we’d suggest June, July or August. If you go in these months, you’re more likely to experience better weather where temperatures can reach around 20 degrees, and be able to enjoy the vibrant festivals that liven up the streets.
3 days is enough to enjoy the sights, take a few tours of interest, enjoy walks through the wilderness and stop by a few local bars to enjoy an ice-cold Guinness.
If you want to spend most of your time enjoying what the centre has to offer, you should look for places to stay that are near O’Connell Street.
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