Dorling Kindersley Publications. 630 pages. Eyewitness Travel Guides are the original illustrated travel reference and throughout 2003, the entire list of more than 70 destinations is being fully updated to show you more of what other guides only tell you. With a stunning, brand-new look, Eyewitness Travel Guides are essential reading for vacation, business, or armchair travel. Consistently chosen over the competition in national consumer market research, Eyewitness Travel Guides include up-to-date information on local customs, currency, medical services, transportation, and much more.
Frommer Publications. 176 pages. Discover Dublin's most colorfulneighborhoods--one step at a time. Follow Frommer's for an up-close and personal look at Dublin's mostculturally rich areas, from famous places to lesser-known gems. Filled with color photos, easy-to-follow maps, clear route directions, and helpfulcommentary, this guide makes it easy to find your way around. Let Frommer's take you to: Arts and culture in Temple Bar, located in the heart of the city The old haunts of famous writers The banks of the Liffey, home to the Four Courts andU2's Clarence Hotel Historic sites, from Dublin Castle to Christ Church Cathedral The beauty of the Phoenix Park, Europe's largest enclosed city park
Lonely Planet Publications. 260 pages. Discover Dublin. Swap hen nights for Handel and discover where the first performance of Messiah took place. Go beyond Guinness with a pint of something different at Dublin's blossoming microbreweries. Go to the dogs - literally - at Shelbourne Park's greyhound track. Northside? Southside? You decide which is best over a drink (or two) each side of the Liffey. In This Guide: One Dublin-resident author, over 500 hours of research, nearly 200 eating and drinking recommendations. Full-color coverage of Dublin's highlights. Insights into city life from a local broadcaster, fashion designer and pub landlord. Content updated daily - visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minuite reviews, updates and traveler insights.
2nd Edition. Bradt Publications. 256 pages. Bradt's guide to Cork illustrates that the city which often plays second fiddle to Dublin is by no means second best for visitors wishing to experience genuine laid-back, Irish charm. Soak up the city's authentic character on one of the speciality tours, taking in breweries and distilleries, or a literary walk. Sample the local cuisine on any budget and find out where to experience Irish sports such as hurling and Gaelic football. There is also ample opportunity to venture further a-field by taking a day trip. This handy, pocket-sized guide is packed with essential information and offers exceptional local knowledge for a genuine Irish encounter. ? Comprehensive guide to annual festivals: film, jazz, theatre ? Where and when to experience Irish sports including hurling and Gaelic football ? Day trips from this gateway city to Ireland's rugged west coast ? An eating guide for gourmets.
Berlitz Publishing. 144 pages. Size 4"x5?". Softcover. Includes maps and an index Includes local language and cultural tips; updated hotel and restaurant information catering to every budget; color-coded quick-reference sections with lists of most frequently used phrases and expressions; full color photos and graphics; maps and town plans; updated information covering amenities, transport, and emergencies; practical advice for leisure and business travel; and comprehensive recommendations for shopping, sports, festivals, and nightlife.