The Saint Patrick's Day
finds its origin in the cultural canvass of Ireland
when it was first was set up in November 1995. It acts as a mirror to reflect the talents and achievements of Irish people on many national and world arena. Apart from it, this festival project an accurate image of Ireland as a creative, professional and sophisticated country with wide appeal to the global community.
The first St Patrick's Festival was held over one day and night, on March 17th
1996 and since then it has spread in several countries. Saint Patrick's Day, commemorating
the life of the great apostle of Ireland, has become a day of celebration for both Catholics and non-Catholics.
The celebration of this fiesta in London also has gained some good reputation and standards over the years. The entire city assumes a festive look on the due dates and rejoices in parade on St Patrick's Day, starting from Hyde Park and ending at the iconic Trafalgar Square.
The Irish influence takes control and the air around the Trafalgar Square resonates in the traditional and contemporary Irish music and dance. As a signature of the festival, the fountains here shower green water
to add the extra bit to the celebrations.
A traveler can not only enjoy the colorful parade, but also find some entertainment in the range of other events and activities including live comedy and music and traditional Irish dancing. So, it is the time to feel the cheers and good vibes in London during the Saint Patrick's Day