Six carefully-planned tours around Ireland by celebrated journalist Max Caulfield which take the reader on a journey to some of the most beautiful landscapes and striking buildings to be found on the island, all illustrated with specially commissioned photography. Alongside strange and rugged landscapes are imposing prehistoric monuments, the poignant ruins of Ireland's grand early cathedrals and castles, elegant country mansions and more. The lively text is packed with detail and anecdote, and reveals throughout the author's love of the country and excitement at its history and legends. A superb introduction for the first-time visitor, and an evocative and informative souvenir for the many committed Hibernophiles out there. - An intelligently structured series of tours across the length and breadth of Ireland, each starting in a major town; Dublin, Wexford, Cork, Galway, Westport and Belfast, complete with maps - Over 100 superb and unique photographs, which evoke the range of experience open to the traveller in Ireland - A rare feature for a travel guide - engaging text which is both entertaining and knowledgeable as it takes the reader from location to location
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Max Caulfield was born in Northern Ireland and is a distinguished journalist and historian. He was Foreign Editor at the Daily Express and a founder member and Head of News at ITN. His fiction, history and travel writing have all been published, including The Easter Rebellion, a definitive study of the 1916 Rising in Ireland, still in print on both sides of the Atlantic over thirty years after it was first published. Joe Cornish is a professional photographer best known for his landscape work for the National Trust. He has also collaborated on a number of travel books, including Italy: The Hilltowns and Prague.
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