Rick Steves' Ireland 2013
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Rick Steves' Ireland 2013

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You can count on Rick Steves to tell you what you really need to know when traveling in Ireland.

With this guide, you can explore lively Dublin, quaint Kilkenny, and the moss-draped ruins of the Ring of Kerry. Navigate meandering back roads that lead to windswept crags on the dramatic Dingle Peninsula. Explore Ireland’s revered past by following St. Patrick’s footsteps to t...more
Paperback, 560 pages
Published December 11th 2012 by Avalon Travel Publishing
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Candy Knight
If only I had finished reading this before my trip to Dublin in 2013. Good tips and info.
As always, Rick Steves provides great advice and ideas for your vacation. I am using it as the basis for my upcoming trip to Ireland and know that it will serve me well. This guidebook has a ton of great ideas and information. The book covers all of the important sights in Ireland. I am using it as the basis for my upcoming trip and know that it will serve me well.

It is not as detailed as some of his guidebooks on specific cities like Rome or Paris, but this is due to the fact that he is coveri...more
Amanda Silvia
I brought this book and DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Ireland with me when my husband and I went to Ireland in May/June of this year to celebrate our 5th wedding anniversary. Truthfully, I preferred the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Ireland guidebook (with its color photos) over this one, but I did use Rick's Dingle Peninsula and Connemara loop trips, which were great. I also used it for other things throughout the trip. Since we had rented a car, I didn't mind carrying two books around with us, sin...more
This guide came highly recommended, and with good reason. It was a great companion during my ten day journey. Steves is a bit of a snob (he really hates Killarney!) but lots of good information, particularly if you do your own driving tour, like I did.
Miss . Joy
Rick Steves' knows where its at!!
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Richard "Rick" Steves is an American author and television personality on European travel. He is the host of a public television series, and a public radio travel show, and the author of many travel guidebooks and autobiographies.
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