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Dublin Has Made The National Geographic's Annual ‘Best Of The World’ List

By AmyBell

November 28, 2017 at 11:42am

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Dublin is the place that many of us call home and it just so happens that our fair city has made it into the National Geographic Traveler's Annual 'Best of the World' list.

According to the renowned magazine, Dublin is among the 21 "must see" destinations to visit in 2018.

The writers and editors selected Ireland's capital in their list of best cities and said that you feel at home in "Europe's largest village".

The full list will be published in the December/January issue of National Geographic Traveler in which Dublin is described as "Ireland's intimate capital which exudes a friendly, village vibe".

The magazine tells its readers to "stroll around to discover Dublin's historic Georgian squares and cozy pubs and high-tech treasures, like the new Irish Emigration Museum and revamped National Gallery of Ireland".

 The CEO of Tourism Ireland, Niall Gibbons, was thrilled to see our city featured in the travel magazine.

He said, "I am delighted to see Dublin feature in the prestigious National Geographic Traveler 'Best of the World' list for 2018."

"It is wonderful news and will surely help inspire travellers everywhere to put Dublin and Ireland on their holiday wish-list for next year. It provides Tourism Ireland with another great hook to continue to promote Dublin around the world as a 'must see' destination."

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