City Travel Briefing: Dublin

2012-03-19

Tourism in Dublin has been weakened by the impact of the recession. However, 2011 is expected to show a rise in arrivals after considerable efforts by tourism professionals to boost performance. As a result of the building boom years, Dublin has an oversupply of hotels offering great value accommodation. Despite the recent decline in passenger numbers, the city’s airport opened a second terminal in 2010, with a number of new airlines, including Emirates, recently entering the Irish market.

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Dublin City Travel Briefing Market

Published: February 2012
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