Dublin, Ireland travel books and guides, dining guides, maps of Dublin, Ireland, Dublin-specific specialty guides, Dublin relocation guides and guides to Dublin's surrounding areas, including guides to Wicklow mountains, the beaches of Howth and Brittas and burial grounds in Newgrange. Featuring top travel guides such as Eyewitness Travel Guide to Dublin, Knopf Citymap Guide Dublin and the Rough Guide Ireland.
Dublin Travel Guides
Eyewitness Travel Guide to Dublin A visually stimulating Dublin travel guide, this glossy and weighty guide to Dublin shows Dublin's major attractions with color photographs and illustrations, offers highly readable Dublin maps, including Dublin neighborhoods and a Dublin street grid, and is a worthy Dublin guide book for planning a trip to Dublin by or just remembering one. This Dublin travel guide also includes restaurant and nightlife listings and a brief look at Dublin's top hotels.
Fodor's Pocket Guide Dublin Perfect for short-term travelers to Dublin, this mini-sized Dublin travel guide trims all the Dublin travel information down to the basics. From what to pack to lists of Dublin hotels for all budgets, the best Dublin restaurants (many of which feature returning Irish chefs which are redefining Irish cuisine) and an overview of Dublin's nightlife by neighborhood, this pocket-sized Dublin travel guide maps out the best of Dublin while also including information on essential side trips in Dublin's surroundings.
Knopf Citymap Guide Dublin By Knopf Guides Part Dublin travel guide and part Dublin map, this Citymap Dublin guide includes a Dublin map and well as individual maps of Dublin neighborhoods marked with Dublin hotels, attractions and top restaurants.
Time Out Dublin Written for a jet-setting 20s and 30s crowd visiting Dublin, the British Time Out Dublin is written and updated by DUblin residents and is an excellent Dublin restaurant and hotel guide as well as mapping out Dublin's literary icons (including Ulysses walks) while also covering Dublin's Wicklow Mountains, Galway, the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula.
Ireland and Great Britain Travel Guides
Fodor's Ireland 2003 Fodor's Gold Guide to Ireland and Northern Ireland is a completely up-to-date catch all travel guide to the Emerald Isles. From the top Ireland attractions to local pubs, Fodor's Ireland 2003 emphasizes what is special about and Irish hotel, restaurant and attraction and only concentrates on the best Ireland has to offer. Plus, web links and mix-and-match itineraries make planning a trip to Ireland easier.
Frommer's Ireland 2003 As a purveyor of travel guides, Frommer's prides itself on irreverent insights into Ireland's attractions, hotels, restaurants and pubs. From small towns to castles, world-class golf courses and ancient ruins, Frommer's Ireland 2003 is a candid Ireland travel guide that also hotel reviews, restaurant reviews, color pictures and a fold-out color map of Ireland.
Frommer's Ireland's Best-Loved Driving Tours By Susan Poole and Lyn Gallagher Not intended as the end-all guide to Ireland, Frommer's driving-guide to Ireland is an excellent guide to exploring the coasts and inland by car, with road maps and great tips for riding the open roads of Ireland.
Ireland (Eyewitness Travel Guides) By Lisa Gerard-Sharp and Tim Perry This compact and weighty illustrated guide to Ireland starts in Dublin, circles south and west and ends up in Belfast, covering all of Ireland's lodging, food, shopping in between. It is a great Ireland travel guide to plan by (using visuals) as well as remember a trip to Ireland.
Let's Go 2003 Britain and Ireland A budget traveler to Britain and Ireland could well go broke without the budget traveler's bible and road map for international student backpackers. There is plenty of information for traveling Ireland by bus and train, as well as reviews of and practical information on hostels, student hang-outs and cheap Guinness all over the Isles.
Lonely Planet Ireland (March 2002) Lonely Planet Ireland is the generalist's travel guide to Ireland and Northern Ireland. From local myths to the best places in Ireland to rock climb, Lonely Planet Ireland covers a wide ranges of activities and topics, as well as providing the travelers with all the practical information like phone numbers, prices, hours, city maps, hotels and restaurant reviews.
Michelin Red Guide 2003 Great Britain & Ireland The Michelin Red Guide is the luxe-traveler and gourmand's guide to Ireland, Northern Ireland and Great Britain. The 6,000 establishments covered in this hardback travel guide meet high expectations of service and style while city plans, local maps and practical tourist information is also provided.
Rick Steves' Ireland 2003 By Rick Steves and Pat O'Connor The web's best-selling guide to Ireland, Rick Steves' travel guide to Ireland is an excellent choice for first-time visitors to Ireland, including Belfast in Northern Ireland. This edition plans a flexible 20-day itinerary, mainly covering Ireland's coast, and has a familiar tone while narrowing down the best of Ireland.
Insight Compact Guide Belfast & Surroundings By Ian Hill With 160 color photographs and maps (in a book of just 96 pages), the Insight Compact Guide Belfast covers's Belfast's history and cultures, outlines 11 tours of Belfast and covers the main attractions like Victorian architecture, the Cirque & Grand Opera House and the Giant's Causeway. This Belfast guide also includes the handy practical information like important contact numbers for Belfast visitors.
Emerald Fairways and Foam-Flecked Seas: A Golfer's Pilgrimage to the Courses of Ireland By James Finegan The emerald greens of Ireland come to life with Finegan's humorous and passionate guide to Ireland's best golf courses.
Rebel Hearts: Journeys Within the IRA's Soul By Kevin Toolis For over ten years, Kevin Toolis has been investigating the lives of the subversive IRA soldiers who battle the vehemently disputed British political control of Ireland. Authoritative and full of chilling insights, this overview of the IRA is one of the best written on the topic.
The Course of Irish History By T.W. Moody (ed) A collection of essays on everything from the Irish soil and geography to the present day political structure. Moody's collection takes the long view and compresses thousands of years into a very readable overview of Irish history.