A pub crawl in North Korea? Tour operator offers St Patrick’s Day party like no other

Advice

Some cities dye their rivers green (looking at you, Chicago), others light up the sky with emerald fireworks, but across the globe, St Patrick’s Day is universally celebrated with a drink or two.

And it seems in North Korea it is no different.

Although the Foreign Office advises against visiting North Korea, in March 2020, Cambridgeshire-based Smiling Grape Adventure Tours will be taking guests to Pyongyang for a St Patrick’s Day pub crawl, after Kim Jong-un gave permission for the celebration. 

As part of a five day trip to the reclusive state, visitors will visit around six different drinking locations on March 17, including a bowling alley and a diplomat’s club for expats. 

North Korea has…

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

What to Do in Asheville’s River Arts District | Travel Channel
20 stunning European hot springs to visit in 2023
Where are the best small towns across the nation? Vote now
13 of the best things to do in Budapest
Custoza: An Undiscovered, Underappreciated Italian Wine Region

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *