Discover Ireland

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Lonely Planet, 2010 - Travel - 432 pages
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Experience The Best of IrelandMake the most of your trip abroad – Lonely Planet’s full color Discover guides highlight the best a country has to offer while still providing an authentic and memorable experience.Full Color ThroughoutFull of color images and maps – makes planning as inspiring as the journey itselfColor-coded navigationEasy-To-Use StructureEasy-to-use tools include: color-coded chapters, color thumb tabs, dynamic color spreads on major highlights andEasy-to-read planning sections throughoutHighlightsSpecial front-of-book chapter on the top 25 can’t-miss experiencesFeatures the must-see attractions and unbeatable experiencesFocuses on key cities and regionsItinerariesCountry-wide itineraries take you step by step though the country – broken out by interest, theme and length of tripRegion-specific itineraries help you plan more deeply for the regions you are most interested inLocal Experts Major attractions include insights from local experts on what not to miss
 

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Contents

THIS IS IRELAND
10
THE
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110
SOUTHWEST IRELAND
179
SOUTHWEST IRELANDS BEST
186
Around Cork City
195
Beara Peninsula Ring of Beara
201
Killarney to Kenmare
208
GALWAY THE WESTS BEST
234
Aran Islands
242
Around Donegal Town
370
Northwestern Donegal
376
DIRECTORY TRANSPORT
387
Climate Charts
393
Internet Access
399
Getting Around
408

Dingle Peninsula
214
COUNTY LIMERICK
221
GALWAY THE WEST HIGHLIGHTS
228
GLOSSARY
416
KILKENNY
427
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Fionn was born in and spent most of his youth in Dublin, that is when his family wasn't moving him to Buenos Aires or Geneva or New York. Infected with the travel disease, he became a nomad in his own right after graduating from Trinity College, moving first to Paris and then to New York, where he spent five years as a travel editor and sometime writer. The call of home was too much to resist, however, so armed with his portable computer, his record collection and an empty wallet he returned to Dublin where he decided to continue where he left off in New York City. When he's not drinking in pubs and clubs throughout the city he's writing and updated travel guides. He has written about many destinations throughout the world, and worked on Spain and Dublin for Lonely Planet.

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