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Saint Patrick’s week: time to grab your shamrock, your Guinness hat and a green pint and let the festivities begin. No need to follow a rainbow or search for a pot of gold, whether you’re looking for cheap travel to Dublin, a nice pub to celebrate, cheap booze, party supplies or something a little more cultural we have the St Patrick's Day Deals and vouchers to suit right here on this page. Book cheap hotels, flights and get everything you need for a right royal Irish knees up.
Add this code to get £10 off your first purchase made via Groupon when you spend £30 or more. Choose from a range of categories such as days out, holidays, food, drink and much more.
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Get an amazing 20% off on local deals at Groupon and choose from categories such as beauty, days out, food and drink and much more.
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The great value drinks menu is packed full of perfect pints and wonderful wines, ideal for any occasion.
Offers available at selected pubs only and will vary by pub. Please see your local O'Neill's for details. **Free mixer includes small draught mixers, Britvic fruit juices and small bottles of minerals. On occasion where multiple products available on a deal are purchased, the least expensive will be included in the offer.
Reserve your ferry travel with Irish Ferries and return to Ireland as a foot passenger for an affordable price.
1. Available for return on any sailing on the same day or the day after your day of departure.
2. Sailings subject to availability.
3. No refunds permitted.
4. Valid for travel until 15/12/2017.
Enjoy a city break in Dublin or Cork by booking your air tickets to Ireland from Aer Lingus at an affordable price.
1.Book before September 25th and travel after 28th Feb'18.
2. Limited availability during holiday and other peak travel periods.
3.Terms And Conditions Apply.
Planning to visit Ireland? Then book this ferry crossing along with your car from Irish Ferries for a budget-friendly price.
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Book your flight tickets to Ireland which is an island in the North Atlantic for a moderate price.
Make the most of this fabulous deal from Irish Ferries and travel to Ireland as a foot passenger for a pocket-friendly price.
1. The £31 online fare is valid for travel on cruise ferry departures from Holyhead and Pembroke.
2. Sailings subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.
Grab this wonderful opportunity and book this wonderful holiday package for a reasonable price at ryanair.co.uk.
Make the most of this wonderful opportunity from RyanAir to book this holiday package for a moderate price and have a fabulous experience.
As well as a fine excuse to drink too much Guinness and pretend to be Irish for a day, St Patrick’s Day is also the celebration of Ireland’s patron saint. Held every year on 17th March, the day continues to grow in popularity with more and more cities in the UK - and around the world – spending the day raising a toast to the Emerald Isle. Ireland is the world’s favourite second country – as evidenced with St Paddy’s day being celebrated in places as diverse as Montserrat, Auckland and Tokoyo.
Time for a history lesson. St Patrick was born in Roman Britain in the 5th century. His father was a Deacon and his Grandfather a Priest. The legend goes that he was kidnapped and taken to Ireland by raiders; eventually he managed to makes good his escape after God came to him in a vision advising a boat would wait for him on the coast.
On returning to Britain, Patrick determined that he would return to Ireland as a Missionary, the story goes that he did exactly this, converting thousands of Pagans to Christianity and driving the snakes out of Ireland. One part of the story which has been completely fabricated – probably by Saint Patrick himself – was the driving out of the snakes from Ireland – Ireland has never had snakes!
St Patrick’s Day celebrations date back to the 17th Century. St Patrick’s Day was then a religious feast commemorating the death of Saint Patrick in the 5th century. With the coming of the 20th century St Patrick's Day began to take the shape we are familiar with today. From the 1920-1950s a public parade became traditional in Dublin and it has since spread to cities across the globe.