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Ireland's best tourist summer in years

Dublin benefits from city-hopping tourism but, outside other main tourist centres, the situation remains challenging'

31st August, 2014

The tourism industry is coming to the end of its best summer in years, even though industry observers note that recovery is largely concentrated on city destinations. In Dublin, for example, the Guinness Storehouse has been enjoying its busiest tourist season since 2007.

According the latest Central Statistics Office (CSO) figures, which were released last week, overseas visitors to Ireland were up by 9.9 per cent in the first seven months of the year as an...

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