Cloverleafs, leprechauns, pancakes and beer for breakfast are common markers of a festive St. Patrick’s Day in Canada, but Contiki is inviting people to learn how this Irish holiday is celebrated in Ireland.
Contiki is encouraging agents to direct their young clients to the four-day St. Patrick’s Day Dublin city stays for St. Patrick’s Day, where thousands take to the streets to celebrate Ireland’s patron saint with their biggest annual party.
Travellers will be part of the St. Patrick’s Day party in Dublin, rubbing shoulders with locals and travellers alike.
“Spend an epic day in the city packed with Irish culture and tradition, parades, concerts, singing and dancing. Catch the coach from London or meet the group in Dublin,” Contiki says.
The four -day Hostel Stay (http://www.contiki.com/destinations/europe/tours/303-st-patricks-day) starts at $405 and includes visiting Trinity College, the Monument of Light, Parnell Square and St. Stephen’s Green, entry to the Guinness Storehouse, souvenir St. Patricks Day Hoody, the ability to experience “fun, festivities, parades and craic in Dublin on St. Patrick’s Day, and three breakfasts.
A four-day Hotel Stay (http://www.contiki.com/destinations/europe/tours/1052-st-patricks-day-hotel-dublin) starts from $565.