What to expect from St Patrick’s Day in Dublin in 2013?

The famed holiday to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland is celebrated the world over. Cities such as Boston, New York and Chicago throw huge bashes, even dying rivers green. So if you’re making the trek across the Atlantic or Europe to Ireland on March 17th, what to expect from St Patrick’s Day in Dublin?…

Bray and the Cliff Walk: Best Day Trip from Dublin

Last updated on January 4th, 2023 at 04:32 pmNatural beauty is plentiful on the Emerald Island. Dublin is one of Europe’s smallest capitals at around 1 million inhabitants. So you don’t need to travel far to be enveloped by green rolling hills and coastal beauty. The 6km Bray to Greystones coastal walk is a strikingly…

What is Irish Pudding? Ireland’s Famous Sausage

Last updated on February 7th, 2024 at 11:11 pmWhat is Irish pudding? It’s probably not what you imagine of pudding! There are two types of pudding commonly found in Ireland – white and black pudding. Like many people, we typically prefer white pudding over black pudding. But some people LOVE black pudding. Here is a…

Is Oktoberfest in Dublin worth it?

Last updated on December 4th, 2020 at 10:36 pmIt’s October and the weather is turning cold, but it’s not all bad news as giant German beers and authentic food have arrived in many places all over the world! Here in Dublin, a great German run Oktoberfest is under way, presented by Erdinger. And since the…

Arthur’s Day, a holiday for Guinness

Last updated on June 13th, 2013 at 12:34 amSeptember 27th is an unofficial holiday in Ireland- it’s Arthur’s Day. A national celebration to honor the man who founded the most famous thing to come from Ireland back in 1759…Guinness of course! Today Guinness is brewed in nearly 60 nations around the world, including countries like…