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by Fionn Davenport

Category: Europe
Subcategory: Traveling
Author: Fionn Davenport
ISBN: 1741046963
ISBN13: 978-1741046960
Language: English
Publisher: Lonely Planet; 8 edition (January 1, 2008)
Pages: 764
Fb2 eBook: 1975 kb
ePub eBook: 1385 kb
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This is the worst Lonely Planet guide I have ever seen This book is great for people going on guided or self-driven tours all over Ireland and who want to know the basics & obvious places of the "major" areas

This is the worst Lonely Planet guide I have ever seen. You would think that it would have even more in it since it is digital, but it doesn't. This book is great for people going on guided or self-driven tours all over Ireland and who want to know the basics & obvious places of the "major" areas. 5 people found this helpful.

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Comments to eBook Lonely Planet Ireland (Country Guide)
Kata
As with many other countries, Lonely Planet has a very good guide for Ireland. Every city, town, and village are covered in this book. No matter where we were, we could always find something on the location. The index is wonderfully useful for that purpose. There are also some suggested itineraries. My only criticism is that LP seems to have missed many of the excellent guesthouses in Ireland. I would think this should be LP's speciality, so found this aspect disappointing. Still, I would not leave home without LP, on this trip or any other for that matter. Even if you don't want to go the budget route --something many associate with LP -- you will gain from the descriptions of places, restaurant and pub recommendations, maps, history, and more. And despite its reputation, LP does list high-end hotels, castles, and the like. I haven't found a single excellent guide for Ireland, so I suggest doing some internet research before leaving and taking LP and at least one other guide (I like the Blue Guide series).
Bon voyage!!
Thetath
In a once in a lifetime trip, my father and I went to the old country, Ireland, for an extended period and went everywhere. We rented a car at the Dublin airport and drove into Dublin. That was my first time driving on the left side of the road and with the steering wheel on the right-hand side, and after the long flight. Well, some things you learn by being thrown into the deep end.

The Lonely Planet guide was very helpful in locating everything once we arrived in every city. It explained many things about all our surroundings and that helped get us started. Even though I gave the maximum stars, one of the problems in this and every guide is that the writers list the places they went and not all the places. Not only that, but they tend to list the places where only tourists go. But all these books do that so one must take the good and look for themselves when they arrive at their destination.
Nikohn
For sheer breadth of information, it is hard to beat the Lonely Planet. They not only cover each location in incredible detail, but the history, food and culture each get extensive coverage that I found very useful. The walking tours were also very detailed and informative and could be used in the absence of a tour guide.

What I found to be one of the key strengths of this guide over others were the number of accommodation options and restaurants. For each location they generally picked a favorite which was almost always worth checking out (although sometimes pricey).

The Lonely Planet guide is also among the best for budget travelers and those looking to travel green.
Mora
I find that this particular book is a bit bulky for my taste. Then add the fact that nearly all of the book is black and white makes it feel a little clinical. I find it interesting that one of the few color photos in the book are of the people who are contributors to the book.....strange. There is a lot of useful information about the attractions, places to eat and sleep per county. But I use Trip Advisor for restaurants and accommodations. I also got Lonely Planet Discover Ireland. It doesn't have as much information but it's colorful and the print is larger. I think these two books compliment each other but I really don't want to carry two books around as a reference so I'll just stick to DK.
Tegore
There is a lot of stuff missing in this book so it's not one to travel with and actually depend on like we did. We got lost often and the book wasn't much help. Lots of maps...but not all that great. The descriptions of restaurants and hotels is not very accurate...they make everything sound like you "want" to hear it rather than what it really is so you get there and think "wait...this is it?". It needs more pictures...a lot more pictures.
Mr.jeka
I have always been a fan of the lonely planet books, because they really help me find places to go in other countries. However, take my review with a grain of salt because, at this point, I have not taken my trip to Ireland yet. While it is informative and it has given me ideas of places to visit and hotels to stay in, I have not experienced what the book has said. However, it has helped me book hotels and design my iternerary.
Brannylv
If only have room for one Ireland travel guide, this is the one to take. I took four different guides with me on my recent trip (the other three were Eyewitness Travel, AAA, and Rick Steves), and I found Lonely Planet to be the most useful. It has good detail on all tourist destinations on the island, including those off the beaten path and in the Midlands. It's well organized, with useful maps.
Lonely Planet's "Ireland" is the most thorough travel guidebook I've found. It covers more subjects and lists more places than any other single guidebook. The descriptions are current, interesting and relevant. The maps are very useful and specific directions are given to get to the various sights listed. Also the Irish as well as the English form of place names is given - helpful when trying to interpret road signs. Various forms of transportation available in each place is also a bonus. This guidebook lists more lodging and eating options than any other. Whether you are into wind surfing or shopping, hiking or bar hopping, this book has a wealth of information for you. If you are only going to get one guidebook for your trip - this is the one to get.
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