Depending on your personality, you will enjoy different events this year for Paddie's day. We've gone out of our way to highlight all the great events and happenings around Dublin on Paddy's Day to suit you, or the you that you wish you were.
It rains a lot in Dublin. It's a fact. If Ireland had Australia's weather - Ireland would win every single rugby match, there would be no orange fake tan at Coppers on a Friday night, and we'd know how to use the barbecue on the veranda which has been covered and unused for a whole fecking year.
The craft beer revolution is in full swing in Dublin. Now, more than ever you have an amazing plethora of choice when it comes to the beers destined to make you better looking, better conversation, and invisible until around 3:30am Sunday morning. The influx of craft beer options couldn't have come soon enough.
Buying a car can become rather overwhelming, especially when you're shopping around for . There's so much choice and it can be a hard to have confidence in what you're looking at. Each car market is very different, and the Irish have different tastes than other countries.
You've heard of 'the luck of the Irish', and superstitious beliefs like women proposing to men only on Leap Year (watch the movie). But how romantic is Dublin really? Here are some top romantic places to see and romantic things to do in Dublin! 1.
So you've just landed, dumped the bags at your hotel and before the jetlag kicks in you are looking to quench your thirst. Temple Bar has it's fair share of tacky pretend Irish bars designed to extract as much money from unsuspecting tourists as possible. My advice is to avoid these at all costs.
The Irish are synonymous with great humour. There's nothing like having the 'Craic'. As result Dublin's has many fine comedy institutions, venues and establishments scattered around town. From smaller venues to larger theatres, Dublin audiences love to find a good laugh in every nook and cranny.
Few human tragedies can be as heart-breaking as that of the Irish potato famine. It is a tale wrought in despair, riddled with injustices and was exacerbated by government indifference and apathy. While many believe the potato famine was the result of a blight which caused potato crops to fail, this is only the tip of the iceberg.
With the inauguration of Donncha Tully as the new President of Ireland, we take a look at the election promises made by the billionaire over the course of his controversial campaign. Donncha Tully, the illegitimate son of Irish billionaire, Donal O'Brien was only considered an outside chance of winning the election, with most polls against him.