Could the Guinness Storehouse be crowned Europe’s best attraction?
The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin has been shortlisted for Europe’s leading tourist attraction in the World Travel Awards!
Also known as “the Oscars of the travel industry”, the World Travel Awards (WTAs) are considered to be the ultimate accolade in travel.
The Guinness Storehouse is Ireland’s first attraction to win a place on the shortlist, which puts it amongst some of Europe’s most famous and historic attractions, including:
- The Acropolis (Greece)
- Buckingham Palace (England)
- La Sagrada Familia (Spain)
- Ribeira do Porto, (Portugal)
- The Eiffel Tower (France)
- The Roman Colosseum (Italy)
Have your vote!
Do you think the Guinness Storehouse should become Europe’s leading tourist attraction? Or is one of the other attractions listed above more worthy of the title? You can vote by clicking here.
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