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Facts and figures for Saint Patrick’s Day 2016

Where are the best places to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day?

Dublin Ireland 2015America has 33.2 million people with Irish ancestors, so celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day is a big deal here.

Cities through the nation have created unique ways to celebrate the day, with parades, carnivals, concerts, pub events, and even turning rivers green.

To help you find the best cities to celebrate, WalletHub compared the 100 largest cities in the nation using 17 factors. Some of them include lowest price for a hotel, number of Irish pubs and restaurants per capita, and weather forecast.

Top cities include: Boston; Buffalo, New York; Omaha, Nebraska; Philadelphia; Pittsburgh; Tampa, Florida; Madison, Wisconsin; Lincoln, Nebraska; Gilbert, Arizona; and St. Paul, Minnesota.

For why these cities are tops for celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day and listing of other cities, see “2016’s Best and Worst Cities for Saint Patrick’s Day Celebration.

A summary of the findings is listed in the chart below:



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