Moon Travel Guides: Your World Your Way
Whether you're nursing a pint of Guinness in an Irish pub, exploring the lush and misty landscape, or catching a glimpse of Ireland's storied past, Moon Dublin has you covered.
Inside you'll find:
- Strategic itineraries, including "Three Days in Dublin," "Sacred Sites and Pilgrimages," and "Ghosts of Ancient Ireland," curated for history buffs, art and culture mavens, foodies, and more
- Full-color, vibrant photos and detailed maps throughout
- Unique ideas and can't-miss activities: Meander through the incredible art, architecture, and literary history of Trinity College, or lounge on St. Stephen's Green and watch the city go by. Climb up to the belfry and ring the bells at Christ Church Cathedral, or visit the Old Jameson Distillery for a shot of whiskey. Discover the best parts of the city for shopping, or head out of town for a day to tour ancient castles, taverns, and cemeteries. Sample the city's best traditional cuisine, and head to a pub for a pint and some live, rollicking folk music
- Focused coverage of the surrounding area for day trips outside the city, including Meath, Louth, Wicklow, and Kildare
- Firsthand perspective from Irish transplant Camille DeAngelis
- Honest advice on when to go, where to stay, and how to get around by car, bicycle, or public transportation
- Accurate, up-to-date information including background on the city's history, neighborhoods, government, and culture
- Handy tools such common local expressions, a guide to Irish cuisine and beverages, tips for traveling with children or as a senior, and suggestions for LGBTQ+ travel
With Moon Dublin's practical tips, myriad activities, and local insight on the best things to do and see, you can explore the city your way.
Exploring the rest of the Emerald Isle? Check out Moon Ireland.
About the Author
Camille DeAngelis first traveled to Ireland as a college freshman to co-write Hanging Out in Ireland, a backpackers' guide published by Wylie & Sons in 2001. She graduated from New York University in 2002 with a minor in Irish Studies. After several years of visiting Ireland on vacation and visiting her grandmother's cousins in County Cavan, Camille moved to Galway in 2004 to enroll in the M.A. in Writing program at the National University of Ireland. She lived in Galway on and off until 2009, and goes back to visit as often as she can.
Camille enjoys making ten-pointed K-turns on country roads, a hot whiskey at the corner pub, and typing up the day's experiences back at the B&B, and writing weird and spooky fiction. Her most recent novel, Immaculate Heart, is set in Ireland, and her young adult novel, Bones & All, won an Alex Award from YALSA and the American Library Association in 2016.
Originally from New Jersey, Camille now lives in Somerville, Massachusetts. Visit her online at www.cometparty.com.