St Patrick's Day Festival 2022
St Patrick’s Day is Ireland’s day of pride, heritage and celebration and you should definitely be a part of it! It’s the one day of the year that everyone wants to be Irish. St Patrick’s Festival is always on the 17th of March of every year no matter what day it falls on. The festival is now celebrated over 4 days, for 2022 the festival lasts from the16th- 20th of March so it’s sure to be a great holiday!
Trinity City Hotel is located in the heart of Dublin city is the perfect place to base yourself for the St Patricks Festival weekend with all of the festival activities mere minutes’ walk from the hotel including the parade! In Dublin, the run-up to St Patrick’s Day is an excellent excuse for a festival embracing everything from salsa dancing to céilís (traditional dances); sampling the best pint of " black stuff" or simply taking part in the lively and linguistic build-up to the big day, with events throughout the city.
This years parade taking place in Dublin City Centre, will be running from Parnell Square in the north of the city, down O'Connell Street, over O'Connell Bridge and through the south side of the city, ending at St. Stephen's Green. Running from 12pm - 2pm on Thursday 17th March.
Every year thousands of parades take to the streets all around the world celebrating St Patrick’s Day and Dublin’s parade is the leading traditional parade. People and contestants both national and international make their way to Dublin for the day festival to be a part of the international festival. Make sure to check out photos from previous parades here to see what an incredible spectacle it is! The city along with many other cities around the world light up their cities with green lights to embrace and capture the much loved festival.
Dublin accommodation for St Patricks Festival is always on high demand so be sure to book well in advance. Make sure to visit Dublin this St. Patrick's weekend 2022 and stay at one of the closest hotels to the St Patricks Day Festival. For More information on the Festival or parade Click Here.