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  • Author:
    Tim Perry,DK Publishing,Lisa Gerard-Sharp
  • ISBN:
    0756669499
  • ISBN13:
    978-0756669492
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  • Publisher:
    DK Travel (January 17, 2011)
  • Pages:
    416 pages
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    Europe
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Eyewitness Travel Guide to Ireland. I'm glad I did. Many things have changed and this book has great information. The other book I've enjoyed is Fodor's travel guide to Ireland.

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Eyewitness Travel Guides). by. Lisa Gerard-Sharp (Contributor), Tim Perry (Contributor). Read through this years ago and was very impressed with this guide. DK Eyewitness Travel Guides are not your ordinary, run-of-the-mill travel books! Very high quality and informative. From touring historic castles to exploring the countryside along the mystical Ring of Kerry to drinking Guinness in Dublin's coziest pub, experience the best of what the Emerald Isle has to offer. Discover DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Ireland Read through this years ago and was very impressed with this guide. Mar 28, 2019 Mike Violano rated it really liked it.

5. Ireland (Eyewitness Travel Guides). Gerard-Sharp, Lisa; Perry, Tim; DK Publishing. Published by DK Travel

Detailed listings will guide you to the best hotels, restaurants, bars and shops for all budgets, whilst detailed practical information will help you to get around, whether by train, car or ferry. Plus, DK Eyewitness Travel's excellent insider tips will get you under the skin of Ireland, from finding the top fishing spots to discovering the best venues for Irish jazz. Published by DK Travel. ISBN 10: 0756669499 ISBN 13: 9780756669492.

Title : Ireland (DK Eyewitness Travel Guides). Authors : Perry, Tim,Gerard-Sharp, Lisa. Publisher : DK Publishing. Condition : Very Good. Product Category : Books. Ireland Eyewitness Travel Guides 2003 by Perry Tim 0789494248. Pre-owned: lowest price.

Part of the Eyewitness Travel Guides Series). by Tim Perry and Lisa Gerard-Sharp

You'd be hard-pressed to find a more comprehensive, engrossing and just plain fun-to-read guidebook than the Eyewitness Travel Guide: Ireland. Part of the Eyewitness Travel Guides Series). by Tim Perry and Lisa Gerard-Sharp. We took this guide everywhere with us. As first time European travelers we needed to know all the basics; how to get around, what a round-about was (we don't have those here), where to convert our money, hours that the places are open and when they close, customs of the country, etc. This book really layed it out and helped us in deciding where we wanted to go.

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Fully updated to include unique cutaways, floor-plans and reconstructions of the country's must-see sites, plus street-by-street maps of all the fascinating cities and towns of Ireland, the Eyewitness Travel Guide: Ireland is your indispensible guide to the Emerald Isle. The new-look guide is also packed with photographs and illustrations leading you straight to the best attractions this diverse country has to offer. Eyewitness Travel Guide: Ireland will help you discover Ireland region by region; from the bustling capital, Dublin, to stunning Killarney National Park. Detailed listings will guide you to the best hotels, restaurants, bars and shops for all budgets, whilst detailed practical information will help you to get around, whether by train, car or ferry. Plus, DK Eyewitness Travel's excellent insider tips will get you under the skin of Ireland, from finding the top fishing spots to discovering the best venues for Irish jazz.

Vozuru
DK's Eyewitness Travel series is outstanding. Glossy and rich production, great pictures, good maps. Like most travel guides, the book has several segments. It opens with background material on Ireland. Then, area by area, beginning with Dublin. Then the Southeast of the country, Cork and Kerry, the Lower Shannon, the west, northwest Ireland, the Midlands, and--finally--Northern Ireland. The book then considers travelers' needs--where to stay, where to eat, shopping, and entertainment. Finally, the "survival guide."

A few observations. Where to stay? Nice discussion on this matter begins on page 288. One nice feature: Ireland's best hotels. For instance, Hunter's Hotel goes back to 1720! Talk about history. Or Waterford Castle, a 15th century structure, reachable only by a ferry. Then, the standard roster of hotels. Pages 294-298 feature Dublin-area hotels. There are some familiar names, such as Westin and Four Seasons. But many are homegrown.

Pages 320 onward focus on eateries. I just saw a Bobby Flay special on the Food Channel on restaurants in Ireland, so I was primed to enjoy the coverage! The restaurants are listed by region, so that one could, for example, see what Cork and Kerry offer. Interested in cool pubs? Pages 346-351 list several establishments that seem intriguing. For example, Corcoran's Pub has been run by the same family for five generations (talk about tradition!) and features home-made food.

Another fine travel publication from DK and its "Eyewitness Travel" series. . . .
Mogelv
I originally checked this book out of the library and I had to buy a copy for myself. I found myself reading every section even though I knew I wouldn't be visiting most of the places described. It is an interesting read with a quick history timeline and concise descriptions of the mapped features. The maps are great for general knowledge of an area because they highlight features of interest in each geographic region. The photography and illustrations are exceptional. If you are looking for interesting snapshots of Irish life or have not started planning your trip to Ireland, this is a great starting point. If you find yourself with 15-minute blocks of time throughout the day when you are waiting with nothing to entertain you, this is the perfect book for you because you can start and finish a section of this book quickly and be able to put it down with the feeling that you learned something new already. If you are looking for a Triple A style guide with a detailed road Atlas and listing of all accommodations you should consider another guide.

Also, I purchased a used copy and it arrived quickly in excellent condition from this vendor.
Arihelm
Like many DK books this one does a great job of showing picture layouts of many of the most famous monuments in Ireland.

Some things that this guide does particularly well:
1. The description of the military road between Powerscourt and Glendalough was the best of any guide that I saw.
2. This guide was great for going back a reviewing / reliving places that I visited. It was great when I was going over my photos and writing my journal to look at a diagram of Powerscourt and see visuals of everything.
3. Recommendation ("stars") of not-to-miss places in each site is helpful.

Where this guide is weak, in my opinion:
1. The layout around Dublin can be a bit counterintuitive. Other guides included sites north of Dublin (Trim Castle, Bru na Boyne, etc) as part of the great Dublin area where this guide put them in the mid-Ireland section.
2. The list of restaurants and places to stay is not nearly as exhaustive as in other guides.
3. While pictures are nice for reliving or reviewing places to visit I prefer to have more information than pictures to decide what I want to see.
Monn
My husband and I recently took our first trip out of the U.S. and decided to take a dream trip to Ireland. We started reading this guide well before we left to get an idea of where we wanted to go and what we wanted to see. The guide is fantastic. The pictures and details about each place helped us to choose many sites in a small country with so many beautiful places to go. We took this guide everywhere with us. As first time European travelers we needed to know all the basics; how to get around, what a round-about was (we don't have those here), where to convert our money, hours that the places are open and when they close, customs of the country, etc. This book really layed it out and helped us in deciding where we wanted to go. We ended up traveling from Dublin to Connemara, to Cork, to Waterford and finally back to Dublin. We felt that we were able to pick facinating sites, covering Newgrange, which is older than the pyramids, to castles, (Blarney & Bunratty), Cathedrals in Dublin, Trinity College, shopping on Grafton Street and buying beautiful scarves and sweaters to take home at Blarney Woolen Mills. Some sites we passed as we drove across the country and decided to make part of our journey, such as Jerpoint Abbey, others we had planned, such as the Rock of Cashel. We also bought the street maps for Dublin done by DK. Our trip was fabulous and we now only choose the DK guides when we take a trip either in the states or abroad. For a beautifully done, comprehensive book, you cannot go wrong here. Take it from the first time traveler....this one had everything we needed.