Ireland free cam to cam
This is the principal Easter Sunday State Commemoration Ceremony and Parade to mark the centenary of the 1916 Rising.
A reading of the 1916 Proclamation and a parade will take place on Easter Sunday.
It simply can’t be overlooked, and it’s one of the most valuable things that Ireland has to share with the world, through real or online tourism.
As time goes on we can only hope the sights and scenes of livestreams like these close the distance between countries, families and people – over ocean waves, over pubs, over capital city streets – rather than remind us of it.
It’s much easier to understand a video feed than numbers and figures on a weather site. The internet brings us all closer together – and what better way to show off some stereotypical Irish culture to the world than to stick a camera in a local Dublin pub?
With real-time live video and audio the cam perched inside the Temple Bar Pub is a view into capital nightlife culture and Irish camaraderie like no other online.
We live in a globalising world, one where even the remote corners of our Irish countryside are mapped and streamed online.
The North West surfing hotspot of Bundoran Peak in Donegal is no exception to this rule, with a webcam overlooking the bay via bird’s eye view from a local pub.
Everyday brings something different on the main street of Galway.
Whether you are going to visit Ireland and looking at our cameras to view our beautiful streets, or you just want to simply check out our weather, our cameras will tell you all you need to know.