Buy Moon Ireland
Second Edition, May 2017
Price: $23.99 USD
Price: $14.99 USD
In its people, legends, and landscapes, Ireland is a living, breathing fairy-tale that ignites the imagination in a way few other places can. Explore the best of The Emerald Isle with Moon Ireland.
Moon Ireland features:
- Curated trip advice for culture and history buffs, outdoor adventurers, foodies, honeymooners, and more, whether you’re in Ireland for a few days or a few weeks
- Full color photos and detailed maps throughout
- Strategic itineraries for every budget, passion, and timeline, including: The Top 10 Irish Experiences, Sacred Sites and Pilgrimages, Can’t-Miss-Castles, Sporting Ireland, Ghosts of Ancient Ireland, and Family Fun
- Firsthand perspective from Ireland expert, and lifelong lover of its culture, Camille DeAngelis
- 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
- Honest advice on when to go, where to stay, and how to get around
- Unique ideas and can’t-miss activities: Visit the Old Library at Trinity College for a look at the world’s most famous manuscript, take a breathtaking scenic drive along the Ring of Kerry, or breathe in the misty magnificence of the Cliffs of Moher. Soak up the bohemian spirit of Galway City, view the historic murals of Belfast, or spend a day cycling the Burren in County Clare. Visit a 6th-century monastery, the enchanting Aran Islands, or one of countless picturesque castles. Sample the best traditional cuisine, and head to a pub to order up a pint and experience Ireland’s rollicking folk music scene
- Accurate, up-to-date information including background on the country’s history, landscape, government, and culture
- Handy tools such as common local expressions, a guide to Irish cuisine and beverages, tips for traveling with children or as a senior, and suggestions for LGBTQ+ travel
With Moon Ireland‘s practical tips, myriad activities, and local insight on the best things to do and see, you can plan your trip your way.
After a childhood spent in Moorestown, New Jersey, Camille DeAngelis studied art history and Irish Studies at New York University, the highlight of which was a semester at La Pietra in Florence. After several years of visiting Ireland on vacation-once with her sister Kate, sometimes with friends, but more often solo-she moved to Galway in 2004 to participate in the masters program in writing at the National University of Ireland.
Camille thoroughly enjoys writing about all that Ireland has to offer: making 10-pointed K-turns on back country roads, drinking a pint of Bulmers (no Guinness, thank you) at the corner pub, and typing up the day’s experiences in B&B rooms with faded floral wallpaper. She is also the co-author of Hanging Out in Ireland, a shoestring guide for college students published in spring 2001. In addition to travel writing, she also writes fiction. Her debut novel is Mary Modern, published by Shaye Areheart Books, a division of Crown/Random House.