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Experience the best of the best with Rick Steves Best of Ireland.
Rick Steves Best of Ireland puts the very best of Ireland in your hands, with Rick’s straightforward, time-tested advice in an easily scannable format so you can quickly find what you need on the go. With Rick’s strategic tips on saving time and money, you’ll worry less about your trip and focus on enjoying the experiencewhether that’s navigating the windswept crags on the dramatic Dingle Peninsula or hoisting a pint at the local pub.
Rick Steves Best of Ireland features:
Everything in Full-ColorDazzling photos and helpful planning maps. Best of Ireland in Two WeeksSuggestions for planning the perfect trip, based on Rick’s expert advice for what’s worth your time and what you can skip. Rick’s TipsHelpful hints for key sights and experiences, organized so you quickly learn what you need to know. You’ll love how much these simple tips help make your trip smooth and stress-free! Authentic ExperiencesLeave the tourist traps behind and enjoy real, cultural experiences and opportunities to connect with local people. Plus PracticalitiesEssential eating, sleeping, and transportation information is neatly arranged to be ready when you need it.
Rick Steves Best of Ireland includes: Dublin Kinsale Kenmare and the Ring of Kerry Dingle Town and Peninsula County Clare Galway Aran Islands Belfast Portrush and the Antrim Coast
Choose the best Rick Steves guide for your trip:
Rick Steves Best of Ireland collects the very best the country has to offer.
Planning a longer trip? Rick Steves Ireland 2016 is the classic guide to exploring the country in-depth, updated annually.
Time for a quick getaway? Colorful Rick Steves Snapshot Dublin is perfect when you have a week or less.
Since 1973, Rick Steves has spent 100 days every year exploring Europe. Along with writing and researching a best-selling series of guidebooks, Rick produces a public television series (Rick Steves’ Europe), a public radio show (Travel with Rick Steves), a blog (on Facebook), and an app and podcast (Rick Steves Audio Europe); writes a nationally syndicated newspaper column; organizes guided tours that take over 20,000 travelers to Europe annually; and offers an information-packed website (ricksteves.com). With the help of his hardworking staff of 100 at Rick Steves’ Europe--in Edmonds, Washington, just north of Seattle--Rick’s mission is to make European travel fun, affordable, and culturally enlightening for Americans.
Connect with Rick: facebook.com/RickSteves twitter: @RickSteves instagram: ricksteveseurope
Pat O'Connor, an Irish-American, first journeyed to Ireland in 1981 and was hooked by the history and passion of the feisty Irish culture. Frequent return visits led to his partnership with Rick, his work as an Ireland tour guide for Rick Steves' Europe, and co-authorship of this book. Pat, who loves all things Hibernian except the black pudding, thrives on the adventures that occur as he slogs the bogs and drives the Irish back lanes (over 2,000 kilometers annually) in search of new discoveries.