Ireland is a country rich in arts, culture and festivals. As a holiday tourist, you are welcome to ancient old tradition and customs that have defied modernity by preserving their unique presentation of the ideals of the Irish people.
Though a visitor to Ireland may come across a lot of cultural expressions, the most notable of these are real Irish music, art, literature which can be found in the capital city of Dublin and other towns. No matter how these customs are expressed, the vacationer will recognize the deep roots of Irish heritage.
A cultural tour to Ireland will introduce you to the woks of literary luminaries such as Jonathan Swift and Oscar Wilde who have produced marvelous pieces of writing. These authors have brought glory and honor to Irish literature and are celebrated in the country. On a holiday in Ireland, you will be able to take part in festivals that celebrate the literary masterpieces of these renowned writers.
A tour to Ireland will also get you listening and dancing to Irish music. Though music forms part of the social life of these people, it is composed and played with a different purpose – to bring talk about the culture of the people and how they treasure it. From rural cottages to large pubs in the cities, you will find musicians with local instruments performing to the admiration of audiences.
You will also come to appreciate the dynamic and superb theatrical performance of the country’s rich culture and tradition. You can visit the Barabbas Theater Company in Dublin, Yeats Theater Company in Sligo, the National Folk Theater of Ireland in Kerry County, the Lyric Theater in Antrim, the Grianan Theater in Donegal and the Town Hall Theater in Galway to watch opera or Irish drama.
Your visit to Ireland must include a visit to the Belleek Pottery. This is one of Ireland’s oldest and most fascinating attractions. The pottery makes original and unique pieces of clay products using traditional methods passed down from generation to generation. One of the most collectable and prized sets is the Black Mark range. The Belleek Pottery was established in 1857 and is recognized as holding a central place in the cultural heritage of County Fermanagh. It is located n the picturesque village of Belleek on the banks of the Lough Erne. This attractive building is home to the world famous Belleek Fine Parian China and Belleek Visitor Centre. As a tourist, you can take part in guided tours, walk around the on-site museum or visit the audio visual theatre. Additionally, there is the gift shop where visitors can purchase authentic Belleek products.
A holiday trip to Ireland offers many picturesque attractions and cultural sites for the visitor. To get the best, you need to walk most of the time so you can interact with the people, learn about their customs and appreciate their traditions which are mainly expressed through music, theater arts and festivals.