“A Taste of West Cork” Food Festival takes place every September in and around Skibbereen, West Cork, Ireland. The fun 10-day festival features food-tastings, demos, cookery competitions, celebrity chefs, talks, exhibits, markets, children’s events, guided walks, boat tours, live music… and the famous Sunday Festival. Visit website for more info on festival schedule.
It’s easy to see why Dublin is one of Ireland’s most popular destinations. Steeped in history and culture, Dublin is the largest city in Ireland and home to the country’s top tourist attraction – the famous Guinness Storehouse Brewery. Every year, the brewery draws over one million visitors from around the world. Add to that the city’s 1,000+ pubs, it’s no surprise that it’s a fun place to celebrate a special occasion, especially St. Patrick’s Day! Enjoy Dublin’s historical and literary walking tours… plus fun day trips to some of Ireland’s most magnificent natural wonders and iconic landmarks.
It’s easy to see why Ireland is one of Europe’s most visited tourist destinations. Rich in culture, history and tradition, it’s home to ancient castles, natural wonders, magnificent gardens and golf courses, Irish pubs – and some of the most charming and friendliest people on earth. Oh… and did I mention the Guinness beer… it really does taste better in Ireland!
This year, St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) falls on a Sunday. Most of the festivals and parades will be taking place that weekend. There’s sure to be plenty of celebrating going on around the world – and especially throughout Ireland (Cork, Dublin, Galway and Limerick all have big parades.)
Celebrate “All Things Irish” with your family and friends at a FUN St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival in your hometown. Find out more – just click on a link below for dates, times and locations of a St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival in a city near you: