Due to Covid-19 it will not be Saint Patrick´s Celebration in 2020 in Ireland
But you may need to wait a little more for that, because of Coronavirus Covid-19, so in the meantime we will take you on a virtual tour to a few hidden gems, so you can start thinking on all the places for your next trip to Ireland.
St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin city
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, founded in 1191, is the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland. With its 43-metre (141 ft) spire, St. Patrick’s is the largest and tallest church (not cathedral) in Ireland.
The Walls in Derry-Londonderry
The Walls of Derry – the only completely intact city walls in Ireland, they stand 4 meters high and 10 meters wide. Derry’s walls were originally built by the Irish Society between 1613 and 1619. They tell the story of Northern Ireland and are a living monument to the “Troubles”
The Gobbins in County Antrim
The Gobbins is a cliff-face path at Islandmagee, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It runs across bridges, past caves and through a tunnel. The cliffs are recognised for their rich birdlife, important geology and notable species.The Gobbins was created by an Irish railway engineer called Berkeley Deane Wise and it first opened to the public in 1902.
Irish National Heritage in Wexford
The Irish National Heritage Park is a unique heritage experience in County Wexford, where visitors can explore historic and archaeological Ireland through the sights, sounds and activities of life in Ancient Ireland.
The Hook Lighthouse in County Wexford.
The Hook Lighthouse, is situated on Hook Head, in County Wexford. The existing tower dates from the 12th century. It is the fourth oldest lighthouse in the world, after the third one in Genoa (Italy), the second one is the Tower of Hercules, in Corunna (Spain) and the first one is Pharos in Alexandria (Egypt).
The Titanic Experience in Cobh, County Cork
Titanic Experience Cobh is a visitor centre located in the original White Star Line Ticket Office in the centre of the beautiful town of Cobh (formally known as Queenstown), in what was the departure point for the final 123 passengers who boarded the Titanic.