How Big Will the St Patricks Day Crowd in Dublin be at the 2009 Parade
Everybody loves the Irish and everybody loves St Patrick's Day and it's celebrations and the St Patrick's Day 2009 parade and celebrations in Dublin looks like being the biggest and best yet.
In 2008 more than 670,000 revellers lined the streets of the parade route in Dublin to celebrate the National holiday of St Patrick's Day on the 17th March. To put this number of people into perspective it is interesting to note that the population of the Greater Dublin area at the last census in 2006 was 1,661,185. The crowd was left sated for all things Irish for yet another year with a grand and dizzying display of pageantry, artistry and music. There were more than 3,000 performers in the 2008 parade and 2009 promises to bring over 4,000 performers.
St Patrick's Day celebrations in Dublin for 2009 are bound to be the biggest and the best yet and with St Patrick's Day falling this year on a Tuesday, why not make it a super long weekend in Dublin that you'll never forget. See you in Dublin.
If you would like to experience all the excitement of St Patrick's Day 2009 celebrations in Dublin in the company of other like minded travellers in the best possible environment, then make sure you choose a reputable tour company to travel with. Experience is paramount.
Click here to view PP Travel's professionally organised options for St Patrick's Day in Dublin. We still have places available now in both our hotel and hostel packages but they are selling fast and are priced from just GBP169 per person. These are the best value packages to the Oktoberfest available.Posted: 13 January 2009 22:07:58 GMT by MarkAs the good people of Guinness say, "Everyone's Irish on March 17th". Be in the Irish capital on St Patrick's Day 2014 and be apart of Ireland's biggest annual celebration and party. St Pat's Day in Dublin is always huge. Join either our great value coach tour or one of our accommodation only packages. Find out more about St Patrick's Day.