So you want to go to a festival in March? These are some fun ones that are set to begin and draw thousands of happy festival goers.
Dublin’s St. Patrick’s Day for a craic party
St. Patrick’s in Dublin is a favorite for all lovers of Ireland known near and far. The best one known in Europe is set in Dublin. With spring around the corner and Dublin’s reputation for a funloving city with plenty of bars and a passion for beer, you can expect nothing less than a full on adventure for a few days. There’s more to do in Dublin, check out three signs that you missed out on your trip to Dublin.
Welcome spring during Fallas of Valencia
This festival is all about welcoming spring. Originally this was a tradition by carpenters in Valencia who would celebrate the arrival of spring on 15th – 19th of March. Now, we can’t say that this particular date always feels like spring, but that’s not stopping Valencia from throwing a colorful street party with what seems like an open-air dance party. Don’t forget how close you are to Barcelona when you visit Valencia.. ;) Maybe an idea to combine the festival with a weekend in Barcelona before or after. Did you ever consider a train adventure from Spain to France? Then read this chronicle from a train holiday through Spain and France.
Wine fair in Bordeaux
For the wine lovers, Bordeaux is a centre of activity. In March the Independent Winegrowers fair is held in Bordeaux. It’s tailored to wine lovers, so if you want start your wine travel in 2023 early, then this is certainly the event for you! Also, recall that you can combine this with a visit by bike to St. Emilion, read more here.
Also, read this for inspiration on a long weekend in Bordeaux