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Ireland In Spring: Events Not To Miss

The West of Ireland has the most breathtaking landscapes, fine food, comfortable and affordable accommodation. Read more about events and attractions in March and April..

There are many beautiful attractions in Ireland, so just book your flight, rent a car (car hire Ireland is very easy and convenient form of transport) and go explore the most unusual places within the green blanket landscape...

March and April are the perfect months to visit the country. In March, St. Patricks Day is celebrated and April hosts Punchestown National Hunt Festival (20 – 24 April) as well as Fairyhouse Easter Festival.

St. Patrick’s Festival, also called Paddy's Day, is an annual feast day that celebrates Saint Patrick, the most commonly recognised of the patron saints of Ireland, and is generally celebrated on 17 March, which is a national holiday of Ireland, and Dublin is the stage for the biggest and best St. Patrick’s celebrations in the world.  However in Dublin, the 'Festival' officially kicks off on the 12th of March with a series of events such as a comedy festival, a fireworks spectacular known as the 'Skyfest', a film festival and numerous cultural and musical events that give visitors a fun insight into the Irish traditions. St. Patrick’s Festival is virtually bursting at the seams with street theatre, Irish music, dance, street spectacles, comedy, film, a treasure hunt, Irish language events, family fun and of course the best St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the world.  This year the Parade’s theme is ‘Extraordinary World’ and will features newly commissioned, highly original and inventive street theatre troupes, artists, giant puppetry, dancers and marching bands from Ireland and across the globe. Expected to attract approximately 20,000 spectators from Dublin and surrounding cities, the parade is a wonderful opportunity to entertain guests who want to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin.

If you stay in Ireland for longer, then car hire and go to Ratoath and take a prt in Fairyhouse Easter Festival. The 2010 festival takes place from Sunday 4th April to Tuesday 6th April featuring The Powers Whiskey Irish Grand National on Easter Monday 5th April 2010 marks the 139th running of this prestigious race which is Ireland's most valuable national hunt handicap run over 3 miles and 5 furlongs, and includes a total of 23 fences. Horses must be five years or older to participate. The Festival is characterised by plenty of entertainment, competitions, and live music. Easter Sunday is Family Fun Day, with special offers at the Fairyhouse restaurants. Easter Monday hosts 'the Most Stylish Lady' competition, sponsored by Carton House Hotel. Whether you are looking for a unique day out with colleagues, friends or family, the festival has various facilities and hospitality options to suit everyone.

Spring is definitely a great time to visit Ireland. After a long winter the country springs to life in March and the party keeps going through the summer. Make sure you make the most of itBusiness Management Articles, and one of the quickest and easiest ways to do that is with car hire Dublin.

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