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    Craic is back! We’ve missed you and can’t wait to welcome you for all things fun across the island of Ireland. Looking for the best pubs for a tasty pint and music session? Or perhaps your idea of fun is an immersive outdoor adventure? Whatever you choose, Ireland has  got you covered. 

    Book your trip now with these limited-time offers to the Emerald Isle.

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    The Rostrevor Inn 

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    Glencar Waterfall

    Fun Facts/Traditions:

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    Hand Fasting Ceremonies
    In ancient Celtic Ireland, couples would clasp hands while a ribbon or rope was used to bind the hands together. This tradition continues today.
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    Matchmaking Festivals
    Rural Ireland can be a tricky place to find love. That’s why Europe's biggest singles festival takes place every September in the small village of Lisdoonvarna on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. 
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    Leap Day Proposals
    Legend has it that St Patrick and St Brigid made a deal way back when that women could propose to their reluctant beaux on February 29th. The folk tale suggests that St Brigid then proposed to St Patrick, but he refused, kissing her on the cheek and offering a silk gown to soften the blow.
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    Claddagh Rings
    On Valentine’s Day, Irish tend to exchange Claddagh Rings. Representing love, loyalty and friendship; there’s no greater gesture to the one you love than the sharing of a symbol of love everlasting. Visit the world’s oldest maker of the rings in Galway to get yours. 
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    Shrine of St Valentine
    In 1835 the remains of Saint Valentine were brought to Whitefriar Street Church in Dublin. Today, the Shrine is visited throughout the year by couples who come to pray to Valentine and to ask him to watch over them and their lives together.