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What’s your favourite attraction in Ireland?

17th March is St Patrick’s Day, a cultural and religious celebration that’s popular in Ireland and in Irish communities around the world.

In honour of this special day, today we’re asking you – what’s your favourite attraction in Ireland?

Vote in our poll and share your suggestions in the comments below.

What's your favourite attraction in Ireland?

Giant's Causeway
0%
Cliffs of Moher
0%
Library of Trinity College Dublin
0%
Ring of Kerry
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Carrick-a-Rede
0%
Titanic Belfast
0%
Blarney Castle
0%
Dingle Peninsula
0%
Rock of Cashel
0%
Guinness Storehouse
0%
Other - share in comments
0%
Based on 54 public votes.
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shrew1742
18th Mar 2020
0
Thanks for voting!
rebaisla
17th Mar 2020
0
Thanks for voting!
although the scenery is beautiful, it is the people that I live the most. The music and the craic
HelenN45
17th Mar 2020
0
Thanks for voting!
Lovely little Ennistymon and it’s falls are quite something.
HelenN45
17th Mar 2020
0
Thanks for voting!
The lovely good natured people of Ireland are its best attraction.
Lionel
16th Mar 2020
2
Thanks for voting!
Two things: Rock of Cashel cheese and, best of all, the Irish people. They're just fantastic!

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