From its stirring legends to its stunning landscapes, Ireland is a living, breathing fairy-tale. Ignite your imagination with Moon Ireland. Inside you'll find:
Flexible itineraries from a two-week "Best of Ireland" adventure or a weekend in Dublin to 3-day tours of southern, northern, and coastal Ireland that can be combined into a longer trip
Strategic ideas for history buffs, outdoor adventurers, foodies, honeymooners, families, and more
Unique ideas and can't-miss experiences: Visit the Old Library at Trinity College for a look at Ireland's most famous illuminated manuscript or drive past picturesque castles along the Ring of Kerry. Marvel at the misty magnificence of the Cliffs of Moher, wander through a 6th-century monastery, and ferry to the enchanting Aran Islands. Soak up the bohemian spirit of Galway City, take an introspective minute at the Bogside Peace Murals, or spend a day biking the Burren in County Clare. Head to a pub to order up a pint and enjoy a traditional meal while you experience Ireland's rollicking folk music scene
Honest insight from Ireland expert Camille DeAngelis
Full color photos and detailed maps throughout
Thorough background on the country's history, landscape, government, and culture
Helpful tools such as common local expressions and a guide to Irish cuisine and beverages, plus tips for traveling with children, seniors, travelers with disabilities, LGBTQ+ travelers, and travelers of color
Focused coverage of Dublin and its surroundings (including Meath, Louth, Wicklow, and Kildare), the Southeast, Cork, Kerry, Clare and Limerick, Galway, the Northwest, and Northern Ireland
With Moon Ireland's practical tips and local insight, you can experience the best of the Emerald Isle. Expanding your trip to the UK? Try Moon Edinburgh, Glasgow & the Isle of Skye or Moon London Walks.
About the Author
Camille DeAngelis' love affair with Ireland began in 2001, when she first traveled there as a college freshman to co-write a backpackers' guide called Hanging Out in Ireland. After graduating from New York University with a minor in Irish Studies and several years of visiting family on the Emerald Isle, Camille moved to Galway in 2004 to enroll in the writing program at the National University of Ireland. Camille enjoys making ten-pointed K-turns on country roads, a hot whiskey at the corner pub, and typing up the day's experiences back at her B&B, as well as writing weird and spooky fiction. Her most recent novel, Immaculate Heart, is set in Ireland, and her young adult novel, Bones & All, won an Alex Award from YALSA and the American Library Association in 2016. Originally from New Jersey, Camille now lives in Somerville, Massachusetts. Visit her online at cometparty.com.