Irish culture

Irish culture




In Ireland, the Irish culture is lived daily, discovered, tasted, touched, admired, appreciated and declined to the rhythm of the seasons, nature, the sea, and its high historical episodes! More than an identity, it is for the population a real heritage, which must be preserved and passed on to future generations…

Culture in Ireland

A precious heritage, which coexists with modern Irish society.

Folklore, festivals, Gaelic language, gastronomy, music, history, art… The Irish culture is a rich and colourful culture which, because of its universality, manages to conquer millions of tourists every year who come to learn the Irish way of life.

A culture that skillfully combines humour, tradition, and a duty to remember, with regard to its more than complex History, often exposed to religion, conflicts, poverty and war.

As for her music, she knows how to touch everyone’s heart, with her inspired tunes and traditional instruments. The lyrics of their songs, when they are often sad-joyful, are a true testimony to the humour and depth of the Irish soul…

Here is a glimpse of what has helped to build the identity of Irish culture. A culture that can be discovered and appreciated in all its subtlety!

Irish culture: good to know




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Saint Patrick’s Day commemorates the Christianisation of Ireland in the 5th century by Maewyn Succat, a Scotsman who came to evangelise the island, better...[...]

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Why don't you go celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Ireland next March? This exceptional cultural event is well worth a visit! On the program,...[...]

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The Belfast Titanic Experience is a museum based in Belfast, totally dedicated to the Titanic, from his conception to his shipwreck. This last opens...[...]

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It is the symbol of Ireland, its culture, its folklore, and the green Irish valleys. We are talking about the clover (Seamrog in Gaelic),...[...]

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Chaque année, la Grande Parade de Dublin est un évènement INCONTOURNABLE ! Organisé dans le cadre de la Saint Patrick le 17 mars (jour...[...]

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Find out how the Irish celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Ireland! Learn about their customs and traditions to spend an unforgettable 17th of March!...[...]

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St. Patrick's Day is every year a highly anticipated event! It's an opportunity to celebrate, pay tribute to Irish culture and honour certain traditions!...[...]

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You see it all over Ireland. It's "Proud to be irish" on tourist key rings, T-shirts and caps, on St. Patrick's Day in the...[...]

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Find out why the Irish celebrate St. Patrick's Day on March 17... Find out the origins of Ireland's most famous holiday, which has spread...[...]

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Every St. Patrick's Day it's the same thing: the Irish celebrate the event with beers and typical Irish dishes! But what do we really...[...]

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For those passionate about the sinking of the Titanic, don't miss the Titanic Experience in Cobh, a museum entirely dedicated to the tragic collision...[...]

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Craic is a typically Irish term (of Gaelic origin), used to describe something “fun”, pleasant, and enjoyable. Difficult to translate, this term is used...[...]






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