The perfect introduction to Irish history within the excellent and highly regarded Brief History series.
Bill Barich gets to the heart of the Irish pub, but he also gets to the soul of contemporary Ireland.
This top-selling road atlas is ideal for anyone travelling by road in Europe. Spiral-bound for easy use, the maps are easy to follow and have English as well as local place names.
Created from brand new mapping data, this atlas includes AA city and town plans with street indexes of Belfast, Cork, Londonderry, Dublin, Galway, Killarney, Kilkenny, Limerick, Sligo and Waterford and an easy-to-read place name index, with top tourist sites highlighted.
This folded sheet map shows the detailed road network with toll motorways and dual carriageways clearly identified.
Designed especially for the British motorist, all motorways are clearly shown in blue and toll motorways are highlighted.
Frank McCourt’s sad, funny, bittersweet memoir of growing up in New York in the 30s and in Ireland in the 40s.
Find the craic in Dublin with this Berlitz Pocket Guide, a concise, full-colour guide to Ireland’s fast-paced capital. It tells you everything you need to know about the best places to visit in the city, from the party district Temple Bar, to the grand boulevard O’Connell Street and the ever-popular Guinness Storehouse.
This soft-laminated folded map of Great Britain (13th edition) includes maps of Scotland and Northern Ireland, England and Wales, and Channel Crossings.
This soft-laminated folded map of Ireland (18th edition) features maps of Ireland (1:700 000 / 1 cm = 7 km), Dublin (1:15 000 / 1 cm = 150 m), Cork, Killarney National Park, and Wicklow Mountains.
A haunting love story set against the grim backdrop of fear and violence in Northern Ireland.
Over fifty dazzling writers and more than one hundred extracts bring Dubliners, famous, not so famous and famously fictional, to life.