People in Ireland
Whilst any trip abroad can be daunting at times, you can rest assured that once you arrive in Ireland, you will be greeted with the warmest of welcomes. Irish people are witty, laid back and modest. The Irish charm has become such a magnet to people visiting that they have sometimes moved into the city full time.
The Irish have also had their fair share of writers, these include but are not limited to James Joyce, Oscar Wilder and Seamus Heany. Famous actors to come out of Ireland include Colin Farrell and Cillian Murphy. Famous musical acts include U2, The Script, Snow Patrol, Thin Lizzy and Simple Minds. It was Ireland that brought us the cult classic Father Ted, again showing their ability to laugh at their own stereotypes.
Irish people have deep rooted traditions which reflects their personality, the also reside in one of the most beautiful parts of the country, so obviously this all helps to their warm manner. The Irish culture is a very easy one to absorb and become involved with. If you know how to have fun, maybe you’re a little creative and love a little bit of banter, you will love the Irish.
The Irish accent has a warm welcoming tone to it which many people find irresistible. Irish people are also renowned for being hard workers and putting their all into a role regardless of what task they are undertaking.
Irish people come together on one of the most celebrated days of the year, St Patricks Day. Saint Patrick was recognised as one of the patron saints of Ireland who brought Christianity into Ireland. The Irish partake in church services whilst many dress in green. There is also a heavy intake of alcohol and food during the celebrations. The passion celebrated on St Patricks Day has seen it become one of the most celebrated events of the year.
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People in Ireland