Rick Steves' Ireland 2004by Rick Steves, Pat O'Connor
Join Rick Steves' on a trip to the Emerald Isle, a land of lush countryside, monastic ruins and medieval castles, and charming people. Enjoy the best of Dublin's pubs and nightlife; explore Kerry's Dingle Peninsula; experience Belfast's complex history. With Rick Steves' Ireland 2004, travelers can delve into Irish culture, make friends with the locals, and experience everything Ireland has to offer � economically and hassle-free. Completely revised and updated, Rick Steves' Ireland 2004 includes color maps, selective coverage of both famous and lesser-known sights; friendly places to eat and sleep; suggested day plans; walking tours and trip itineraries; clear instructions for smooth travel anywhere by car, train, or foot; and Rick's newest "back door" discoveries. America's number one authority on travel to Europe, Rick's time-tested recommendations for safe and enjoyable travel in Europe have been used by millions of Americans in search of their own unique European travel experience.
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I was very disappointed with this one. Rick Steves can usually be trusted, however coming from one who's travelled to Ireland before, this book was of no use. All he does is talk about Dingle. don't get me wrong Dingle is beautiful and the peninsula is gorgeous, but there are so many other places in Ireland that are just as fascinating that he doesn't even touch on. I bought this expecting to find out about great places that i had maybe overlooked on previous visits to Ireland. However he didn't even mention some of the fantastic places I had been to. instead of buying this, get Fodor's or better yet, talk to someone who has been to Ireland or even lives there. I would give this book half a star, but I can't.