· By Denisa Mihaila
March's travel guide
What better place to visit for St. Patrick’s Day than Dublin, which is celebrated on March 17th, this year.
You may have supped a Guinness or two thinking you’ve celebrated Paddy’s Day but for the real deal… head to the Emerald Isle.
Dublin is said to welcome more than 500,000 people every year for St. Patrick’s Day – no wonder why.
So our advice for you if you choose to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin is:
- Book your stay in advance;
- Take some green clothes with you (including raincoats, boots, scarves and luckily, our Bitmore Green fits right in);
- Plan your day so you can see as much of what’s on offer as possible.
- Don’t leave Dublin without having a Guinness beer & Irish breakfast. According to Forbes, 2019 : the most popular pubs are: The Temple Bar, The Hairy Lemon, The Brazen head, The Long Hall
The most important part of the outfit, though? The hat! The bigger and crazier the better - Catherine Reilly, Managing Director of Brendan Vacations.
All in all, St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration of being Irish, Catherine said, and every community in every city, town and village is out and about proudly participating in the ‘wearing of the green’ and enjoying our national holiday.
Let us know your plans for St. Patrick's Day and use our hashtag #bitmorepix to receive a gift from us!