Dingle, Ireland: Irish Culture

More info about travel to the Dingle Peninsula: https://www.ricksteves.com/europe/ireland/dingle Dingle is so traditionally Irish because it’s a Gaeltacht, a region where the Irish culture survives, subsidized by the government. While English is always there, the signs, menus, and songs often come in Irish, or “Gaelic” first.

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