On St. Patrick's Day, Dublin transforms into a sea of green as the city celebrates its most famous patron saint. The day starts with the traditional parade along O'Connell Street, featuring an array of colorful floats, marching bands, and performers. The parade ends at St. Patrick's Cathedral, where a special service is held. Throughout the day, locals and tourists alike can enjoy the festivities at various events across the city, from concerts and traditional Irish music sessions to lively street performances and carnival rides. One of the highlights of the day is the Greening of the City, where iconic landmarks such as the Dublin Castle and Trinity College are illuminated in bright green lights. Visitors are also encouraged to join in the celebrations by dressing up in green and taking part in the pub crawl, which is a staple of St. Patrick's Day in Dublin. The city's restaurants and bars serve up traditional Irish meals and drinks, including Guinness and whiskey, to ensure everyone has a memorable St. Patrick's Day experience.
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