UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland branded “disappointing” by visitors
National Trust property Giant’s Causeway has been named the world’s most unpopular tourist attraction in a survey by the Irish Times. The UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland was branded underwhelming.
One reader, Dean Healy, said it is “a very long walk for a small gathering of rocks,” while Eimear Hurley said: “My expectations were huge. I was seriously disappointed.”
Giant’s Causeway wasn’t the only famous attraction to receive brutal reviews.
Journalist Mary Kenny said of the Mona Lisa: “You can keep it! Tiny and there is much better stuff to see in Louvre.
James O’Brien described the Niagara Falls as “fairly underwhelming” and Brussels’ Manneken Pis is “teeny and hidden away on a dark corner,” according to Leonie Khan.