Tourist Attractions

Tourism in Ireland is one of the biggest contributors to the economy, with 8.7 million people visiting the country in 2016, about 1.8 times Ireland’s population. Each year about €5bn in revenue is made from economic activities directly related to tourists, accounting for about 4% of GNP and employing over 200,000 people. In 2011 alone, Ireland was voted ‘Favourite holiday destination in the World’ by readers of Frommer’s Guide, Lonely Planet listed Ireland as the world’s friendliest country and Cork City as one of the top ten cities in the world and the Irish tourist boards website,, was named the best tourist board website in the world. Most tourists visiting Ireland come from the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany and France. Some of the attractions IGLC 2019 delegates maybe interesting in visiting will include: [caption id="attachment_5031" align="alignright" width="321"] Skellig Michael[/caption] The Wild Atlantic Way The Ring of Kerry Skellig Michael Burren & Cliffs of Moher Connemara Game of Thrones Tour Titanic Museum [caption id="attachment_5032" align="alignright" width="325"] The Giant’s Causeway[/caption] Giant’s Causeway Greater Dublin Area Wicklow (Garden of Ireland) Wexford Waterford]]>