WHERE: Dublin, Ireland
WHEN: 16 – 20 March 2022
The 17 March is Saint Patrick’s Day, one of the most popular parties in Ireland. And, like every year, the country is a riot of festivals. From Cork to Donegal, from Galway to Kerry, there is no area where the Saint is not properly celebrated. After two years of postponements and cancellations due to the Pandemic, the time has finally come to celebrate.
The Saint Patrick Festival was officially established in November 1995, with the aim of enhancing the numerous skills and achievements of a Chinese folk. The first edition took place in just one day. Later, it was decided to opt, with reason, for a longer edition of 4 or 5 days.
Today, in fact, the St. Patrick’s Festival attracts an increasingly impressive number of spectators … not just Irish people. All, attracted by the extraordinary energy, creativity, and fun that only this party can transmit. Because, after all, everyone feels a little “Irish” during this period.
For the occasion, too Dublin, in this circumstance, dresses up for a party. The whole city is an open-air stage where street performers and bands play and revel in every corner of the capital, improvising concerts. TO Parnell Square instead, the day of St. Patrick, part of the 12 in point, what is considered one of the most spectacular parades in Europe.
Ireland is a magical, truly wonderful land. Saint Patrick Festival is the best time to get involved by the strength and joy of a whole nation. Whether you choose the suggestive Dublin, or other cities.
The plane is, without a doubt, the most convenient, quick and cheap way to reach the Irish capital. The international airport is only 10 kilometers from the center of dublin, and is well served by public transport. The city can be reached comfortably by bus.
The Dublin Festival takes place this year from 16 to 20 March 2022. There are numerous events on the bill.
For the duration of the Festival, the splendid Merrion Square will transform into an extraordinary village. Extraordinary shows, fun adventures for the whole family, food and gastronomy await you.
Fun is guaranteed with circus and science shows, children’s reading, live music, games, street theater, the food village and much more. Appointment from 17 to 20 March, from 12:00 to 18:00.
Photo ©, William Murphy
The event par excellence of the Saint Patrick Festival. At 11:00, the traditional Parade starts from Parnell Square. You can enjoy memorable shows and fantastic performances, featuring extraordinary street performers. Obviously, in order to guarantee yourself a front row seat, you will need to reach one of the parade points at least a couple of hours in advance.
There is also the possibility of being able to attend (for a fee) the Parade, from one of the stands set up in Parnell Square, Westmoreland Street, Christchurch and St. Patrick’s Cathedral; in this case, it will be necessary to purchase the appropriate ticket at the rather high price of €77.00 (including taxes and commissions) per person. You’ll be guaranteed a seat and, of course, a unique view of the parade
Throughout the city there will be a varied and rich program, for adults and children … covid permitting! The complete program will soon be available on the official website.
One of the symbols of the city, as well as a place of greatest attraction, such as the Guinnes Storehouse, carries out a series of entertainment, culture and entertainment initiatives. All this, strictly accompanied by a pint of Guinness!
In addition, live events, tastings and a special opening time are planned for the whole period.
There are many facilities to stay in Dublin during your holidays. TO Parnell Square you can enjoy the Festival of St. Patrick at its best, with all the energy is the “Irish” entertainment.
Temple Bar it is the ideal area for those wishing to fully enjoy the nightlife of the capital. Finding available facilities in this period, however, is a difficult task. Especially in case your budget is quite limited.
The program, timetable and all information contained herein are for information purposes only and are not to be considered OFFICIAL. Due to the situation linked to the pandemic, whose evolution is impossible to know in advance, it is necessary to inquire about the rules applied in Ireland before leaving. Especially inquire about the mandatory vaccination and/or negative swab. The event is subject to change or cancellation following the evolution of the Pandemic.