By Dylan Kerrigan
Dylan Kerrigan looks at Tourism in Trim and the Boyne Valley over the last year and what the future is looking like for tourism around the area.
Covid-19 has caused many aspects of society to suffer, but the tourism industry both in Ireland and across the world has undergone massive changes due to lockdowns and restrictions worldwide.
Trim in Co. Meath is home to Ireland’s largest Anglo-Norman Castle, which is a landmark tourist attraction at the centre of the Boyne Valley. In 2018, there were 107,145 visitors to the castle. Just across from the castle lies Ireland’s oldest bridge, which has also been a visited spot by many through the years.