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Raise Your Glass to St. Patrick in Dublin
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- A Five-Day Trip to Dublin Over St. Patrick's Day, Including:
- Round-Trip Flights from New York ($1,499 per Person), Boston ($1,599 per Person), Chicago ($1,699 per Person), Washington ($1,799 per Person), or Los Angeles ($1,899)
- Round-Trip Ground Transportation from the Airport to Hotels
- Four Nights of Double-Occupancy Accommodations at Ballsbridge Inn or Clyde Court with Daily Breakfast
- Admission to the Guinness Storehouse
- Musical Pub Crawl
- All Taxes Included
- Priced per Person (See Fine Print)
Downing a few green beers after work is a perfectly acceptable way to spend St. Patrick's Day, but nothing compares to the spirited celebrations over pints of Guinness that carry on all across Dublin. No need for that four-leaf clover, because you're already in luck, thanks to this St. Patrick's Day Escape to Dublin, Ireland, courtesy of go-today.
After breakfast each morning, venture into the heart of Dublin for days full of color and revelry, soaking up the sights and embracing the infectious energy of the Irish. Start by becoming acquainted with the city center hugging the River Liffey, Dublin's main artery. You're free to stroll through narrow streets lined with an eclectic mix of centuries-old town houses and sleek modern edifices.
To learn more about the capital city, peek inside the National Museum or Dublin City Gallery. Or, rub elbows with history by wandering past the homes of Ireland's literary legends such as Yeats, Wilde, and Beckett. With spring just around the corner, you'll want to make a stop at St. Stephen's Green, a lush common ready to burst with green grass and colorful flowers.
Shopping enthusiasts won't want to miss the markets and stalls in the Temple Bar neighborhood, where art and antique shops compete with vintage clothiers and jewelers for the attention of passers-by.
Top off your trip with a visit to the Guinness Storehouse, where you'll take a swig of the history behind the country's most famous brew, followed by a structured musical pub crawl, leading you on a festive tour of the best watering holes as lilting Irish tunes play.
No matter where in Dublin you find yourself, an endless supply of restaurants and (occasionally raucous) pubs will welcome you with laughter, merriment, and plenty of beer.
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