By Andrew Thompson
St Patrick’s Day is celebrated around the world, and although each iteration varies slightly from country to country, they all share similar themes. It usually involves copious amounts of Guinness, dressing up in green, and the odd parade or musical performance. But unless you’ve experienced a St Patrick’s Day in Dublin, the epicentre of the annual celebration, you haven’t really experienced the best of it. That’s because St Patrick Day celebrations in Dublin, Ireland are about about more than just drinking beer and having a good time. Although most of the best things to do in Dublin on St Patrick's Day inevitably involve a fair bit of the black stuff, locals there go all out to make it one of the best days to remember. It’s also the start of spring in Ireland, which makes it the perfect time to visit. If you’re wondering what to do in Dublin on St Patrick’s Day, or you simply want to plan ahead for a day of ultimate Irish revelry, then read this guide on celebrating the day like a local is everything you’ll need.