Dublin voted second friendliest city

Us Dubliners must be doing something right, as we were voted second friendliest city in US magazine Condé Nast Traveler. According to the publication the Irish capital “always has a smiling face to talk to” and one reader even described it as the “new Barecelona, without the sunstroke.” Unfortunately we couldn’t quite beat the winner, Sydney, but we think that has more to do with the weather than anything else! Tourism Ireland have welcomed the accolade and put it all down to our warm welcome and fondness of the craic. Dublin was also voted ‘favourite worldwide city’ at the Trazee awards in Orlando, Florida in August.

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