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Collection(s) : Le guide vert
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Guide pratique avec des informations culturelles, des plans et des cartes des sites et des villes à visiter. ©Electre 2018

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Présentation en anglais Whether travelling for business or pleasure, your annual holiday or just a weekend, take The Green Guide with you and discover for yourself the delights of this country . Principal Sights Map, showing all the places of interest at a glance . Practical Points, lots of suggestions to help you plan a successful trip : travel information, driving tours, sport and leisure activities, popular shows and events . Insights and Images, an illustrated introduction to the local culture and lifestyle . Selected Sights, description of the country with colour illustrations : . details of selected towns and sights in alphabetical order . Michelin star ratings highlighting the principal sights : highly recommended recommended interesting . a selection of hotels and restaurants, carefully chosen by our team . essential maps and plans Visitors to Ireland will find a warm welcome and a friendly extrovert people, enjoying the benefits of a modern fast-growing economy, fostered by membership in the European Union. Dublin, the capital city on the east coast, offers a lively urban scene of shops and entertainment against an elegant Georgian backdrop. Restaurants serving excellent food and wine, and convivial pubs and bars, combining the traditional Guinness and whiskey with music and lively talk - known as crack (craic) - are found not only in Dublin but also in the pleasant country towns, which are the focal points of a predominantly agricultural country. Slim round towers and ancient Christian crosses recall early Irish piety and scholarship. Ruined castles and tower houses bear witness to a turbulent history. The natural and unpolluted environment favours outdoor activities : walking in luxuriant gardens and forest parks, studying the ecology of the peat bog, cruising on slow waterways, fishing at sea or in mountain streams, rambling on foot or on horseback in the mountains or on great sandy beaches. Despite many waves of immigration, Ireland has preserved a stronger Celtic tradition than other European countries. Together with the legacy of the great flowering of Irish craftsmanship in the relatively peaceful years of the 18C, it inspires the music and artistry of the present day.

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Paru le : 05/03/2003

Thématique : Guides Europe

Auteur(s) : Non précisé.

Éditeur(s) : Michelin Editions des Voyages

Collection(s) : Le guide vert

Série(s) : Non précisé.

ISBN : 2-06-100728-7

EAN13 : 9782061007280

Format : Non précisé.

Reliure : Broché

Pages : 470

Hauteur : 24 cm / Largeur : 12 cm

Épaisseur : 2 cm

Poids : 515 g