Every summer, busloads of tourists fill Johnnie Fox's pub which is well known as being Ireland's highest pub and one of the oldest pubs in the world. Based in the quiet and picturesque town of Glencullen, Co. Dublin, the pub, which is known to host traditional Irish dancing and musical entertainment nightly, exemplifies the vital tourism boost that pubs can provide local areas.
No Place Like Home
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