How about taking advantage of the month of February to participate in several free events mirrored by Ireland? We’ve separated for you some of the top attractions across the Emerald Isle that take place next month. And the best part is that you don’t have to pay anything to participate.
Valentine’s Day in Ireland is coming up (February 14th), so take advantage of the month of February to buy products at the special Valentine’s Day flea market, which will be set up in Dublin, or, alternatively, to do a voluntary action at Valentine’s Day Breakfast in Cork.
We also selected musical and cultural attractions. Take advantage of these opportunities to make new friends and learn more about Irish culture.
Latin Fiesta, Dublin, 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th
Our first tip will take you to the best of Latin cuisine. The Pumpkin Market is open on Sundays, between noon and midnight, offering the Fiesta Latina.
Come and enjoy flavors that Brazilians love so much. Try delicious dishes from Argentina and Mexico and more. To make your reservation and get more information click here.
Sounds of the City, Dublin, 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th
The Sounds of the City event is already a tradition in Dublin. During the monitored guide, participants learn a little about the history of Irish music, as well as some musicians such as the band U2, Thin Lizzy and the story of Phil Lynott.
The event is always at 11am. To make a reservation and get more information click here.
Valentine’s Day Flea Market, Dublin, the 11th
Undoubtedly, one of the best options for you to buy your Valentine’s Day gift is the Flea Market, which will be held in central Dublin. There are four exhibition areas, with more than 25 options for craft, decorative and creative products.
Solidarity breakfast, Cork, day 14
If you like voluntary actions, then our tip is the Solidarity Breakfast, organized by the Republic of Work, in Cork. Food for the event will be donated by Roots Kitchen and Messy Buns.
As well as having a casual meal, meeting new people and helping the Irish Heart Foundation.
Click here for more information and to make your reservation.
Walking Tour: the alternative side of Dublin, 18th and 25th
Starting at 11:00 am, this walking tour has won the hearts of tourists and locals alike. Here, you’ll experience a side of Dublin that not many people, even Dubliners, know.
Visit a chocolate factory, fruit market, secret bar and other “non-touristy” spots in the Irish capital. To participate and get more informationClick here.
Book Festival (Family Day), Dublin, 18th
For those with children, one of the best options for a free event in February in Ireland will be the Book Festival, which will be held in partnership with the company Hibernia.
The event will promote storytelling with the renowned accountant Niall de Búrca, as well as the participation of illustrators Alan Nolan and Ashwin Chacko.
For more details and to reserve your spaceClick here.
These are some free events that take place in Ireland in February. To stay on top of all the free or paid attractions, you can access Event Brite.
Now all you have to do is plan and write down the events you want to attend on your cell phone’s agenda. good fun!