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Ireland guidebooksI’m currently in Ireland. I’ve seen so many American travelers since I’ve been here that I’ve realized this has to be one of the most popular European destinations for U.S. citizens to visit. I’ve also seen a good portion of them carrying guidebooks, which gave me the idea to do this roundup of Ireland guidebooks. It’s always smart to get a guidebook in advance, not only for practical information and tips on places to go but for a brief history, as well—which makes you appreciate the destination much more.

 

Johnny Jet

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1 Comment On "Travel Books of the Week: Ireland Guidebooks"
  1. Pat Donovan|

    All Travel Books provide good information and are a source of ideas for your trip. A lot of visitors to Ireland do not appreciate the distance between various locations and the time it takes to travel. I would suggest to select 3 or 4 locations and stay at least 3 nights at each. You can fly into Dublin or Shannon. Shannon is easier to drive out of in a hire car. You can fly from Dublin To Kerry Airport (only 10 miles from Killarney)

    You can hire a Tour Guide / Driver with Limousine for the scenic Ring of Kerry or Dingle or Cliffs of Moher

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