Category Archives: Saint Patricks Day
As part of Tourism Ireland’s 2018 Global Greening in the lead up to St. Patrick’s Day, the fountains in London’s Trafalgar Square, the Space Needle in Seattle, Chimo the Polar Bear statue in Ontario, and the San Mamés stadium in … Continue reading
When it comes to Ireland vacations no trip compares to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at home in Ireland. When it comes to trips to Ireland, none compare to the St Patrick’s Weekend festivities. Those planning a trip to Ireland and … Continue reading
Saint Patrick’s Day is the most celebrated national holiday in the world and if you can’t wait for it to arrive, then good news, Dublin’s Patrick’s Day festival starts on the Thursday 16th and lasts until Sunday the 19th. Of … Continue reading
Ahead of the up and coming St. Patrick’s Day, Tourism Ireland have launched a video showcasing footage from its Global Greening initiative, where global landmarks are set to light up green for St. Patrick’s Day.
Plans just been revealed for the 2015 four-day St. Patricks’ Day Festival. It is expected that a half a million people will attend this year’s festival, which will be led by Brendan O’Connor of Mrs. Brown’s Boys fame. Organisers of … Continue reading
Show your Irish pride on St Patrick’s Day 2014 by sharing this video! #IrelandInspires Continue reading
Operation Global Greening sees many of the worlds most noted landmarks and buildings temporarily glow literally green, with an emerald green light on St. Patrick’s Day. Continue reading
Breaking from the conventional flavoured crisp and producing something a little more festive for this time of year, Keogh’s have developed and produced shamrock flavoured crisps from its farm in County Dublin.
The famous Christ Redeemer state in Rio De Janerio, Brazil will be wearing Green on St Patrick’s Day 2013 joining other world renowned landmarks such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy and the Empire State Building in New … Continue reading
St Patricks Day is celebrated all over the world and with this year the day falling over the weekend, what better excuse than to book yourself a vacation in Ireland and head to the home of St Patrick to enjoy … Continue reading