Irish tourism’s Brexit woes continue

Irish tourism’s Brexit problem shows no sign of abating. Despite strong growth from other markets, visitor numbers from Britain are down 7% for the year to date which equates to over 200,000 fewer Britons coming to Ireland so far in 2017 over 2016.

As sterling weakens and UK consumer confidence wobbles, British visitors to Ireland have been in decline for 7 of the last 8 months but more worrying again, Ireland is losing market share as Britons choose to holiday abroad elsewhere.

The Irish Tourism Industry Confederation (ITIC) continues its analysis of Brexit’s impact on Ireland’s largest indigenous sector and for their latest bulletin please CLICK HERE or on the image below.

Click Here for ITIC's latest Brexit Bulletin - November 2017

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