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Writers: Fionn Davenport

The world's best guidebooks,travel advice and information. Lonely Planet will get you to the heart of Dublin, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice: Full-colour maps and images throughout. Highlightsand itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests. Writers: Fionn Davenport. 256 pages, 256pp color, 33 maps Dimensions: 128mm 197mm.

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Lonely Planet Dublin book. The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Dublin, our most comprehensive guide to Dublin, is perfect for those planning to both explore the top sights and take the road less travelled. Looking for more extensive coverage? Check out Lonely Planet's Ireland guide for a comprehensive look at all the country has to offer, or Lonely Planet's Discover Ireland, a photo-rich guide to the country's most popular attractions.

Book 105 of 21 in the Lonely Planet City Guides Series. I already own the Lonely Planet guide for Ireland, but thought I might be able to use one more specific to Dublin as I would be spending more time there than I have in the past. If you are ONLY going to spend time in Dublin, this is a good book, but if you will be visiting Ireland "at large", I recommend the book that covers the country. I didn't find anything new in the Dublin guide. Also, there were a couple of MINOR mistakes that didn't interfere with my enjoyment.

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Lonely Planet Dublin is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Sample a Guinness in a genuine Irish pub; soak in the academic atmosphere at Trinity College; or admire impressionist masterpieces at the Dublin. Sample a Guinness in a genuine Irish pub; soak in the academic atmosphere at Trinity College; or admire impressionist masterpieces at the Dublin City Gallery; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Dublin and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet Dublin Travel Guide: Full-colour maps and images throughout. Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests.

Lonely Planet (Author), Fionn Davenport (Author).

Whether you're interested in walking its elegant Georgian streets, finding the perfect pint of Guinness or tracking down the haunts of James Joyce, this definitive guide will ensure you make the most of this thriving and intriguing city. 16-page full-colour map section discerning coverage of the citys best eateries, from classic pub lunches to gourmet dining experiences unique walking tours to help you discover Dublin off the beaten track special section on the citys finest pubs, both old and new wide range of excursions from the city, including picturesque monastic ruins and charming seaside suburbs


Comments: (7)

Marige
As the other reviewers have said, this is a great guidebook. I used it to plan a three-day visit recently. The hotel I chose was exactly as described, and a good choice. Unlike some guidebooks, it has great maps. There are six detailed colored maps in the back of the book, a map of the Dublin Area Regional Transit trains, and numerous smaller maps inside (e.g., maps of walking tours, of Trinity College, of cathedrals). The book is chock-full of interesting and useful info on all the sights of Dublin. In addition, if you want to do day trips out of Dublin, don't assume you need a different all-Ireland guide - there is a section on "excursions" you can do in a day, and instructions on how to get there (public transport, car, organized tour). I will say that one of the tours I took wasn't quite how it was described, but I should probably take that up with the tour company. A few tips: a) for a breathtaking coastal walk, go to Howth. Malahide, another coastal town, wasn't worth the time for me. b) Glendalough is a beautiful park with two big lakes, and to me was worth more time than the organized tour I chose allotted for it.
Quemal
Reviewed this in advance to prepare for my 1 week solo trip in Dublin. The best perk was that it highlighted musicians from the area so I was able to put together quite a nice playlist and was able to rediscover or discover some great music. Once there, I left this in the hotel room and mainly just wondered, using this for a reference along with tripadvisor and yelp. (The hop on hop off touristy bus is a great way to wonder on wheels for a couple of days, btw.)
Samulkis
I already own the Lonely Planet guide for Ireland, but thought I might be able to use one more specific to Dublin as I would be spending more time there than I have in the past. If you are ONLY going to spend time in Dublin, this is a good book, but if you will be visiting Ireland "at large", I recommend the book that covers the country. I didn't find anything new in the Dublin guide. Also, there were a couple of MINOR mistakes that didn't interfere with my enjoyment. One example is that the map included has two of the sculptures in St. Stephen's Green reversed (Countess Markiewicz and The Three Fates). Overall, this is a great guide, and I ALWAYS travel with Lonely Planet as my guide.
Ferne
We only spent two days in Dublin, and I used this book so much it ended up dog-eared! Great informational guide, and also loved the little insightful bits in the greyed boxes. Purposely left it behind for another tourist to use... hope they did the same!
Inerrace
Great city guide for Dublin - large enough to cover all of the big attractions and offer multiple restaurant reviews, but small enough to carry around in my purse while sightseeing.
Rarranere
I can not wait to use this guide in Dublin! I'm not going for a few months, but I've already started reading through it and picking out things I want to do and see!
Zonama
Covers the basics well, does not cover more indepth information, such as whom to contact for a private tour. Had to purchase yet another 'guide' book for more informtion.
I really found the book useful, but I wish it had a method to highlight "must see" things better. I was in Dublin for a very short trip and had difficulty combing through the book to figure out what I should prioritize for my limited time. In retrospect, I wish I had purchased the Ireland guide, rather than Dublin, so it would have been easier for me to pick out the key things to see. On second thought, I might not have had the great, detailed maps if I had done that, so maybe I went the right route!

I've had great experiences with Lonely Planet guides in general, though I also love Let's Go. They don't have as many out there, but I buy the Let's Go version if it's available - better info for people on a budget, and lots of great "off the beaten path" suggestions.
Lonely Planet Dublin download epub
Europe
Author: Fionn Davenport
ISBN: 1864503459
Category: Travel
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications; 4th edition (January 2002)
Pages: 240 pages