Road Maps in Ireland

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Road Maps in Ireland Dublin Reviews

joelennon joelennon
16 reviews
Jun 15, 2007
When you're on the road in Ireland (and indeed Europe in general) it is advisable to use ViaMichelin as your online mapping/route planning solution. The AA also has an excellent route planner that gives comprehensive directions.

The other computer-based alternative is to purchase Microsoft AutoRoute, the UK/Ireland/European version of Microsoft Streets & Trips (US). It can be purchased from Amazon and most major computer retail stores.

It is always useful to have a map of the entire country with the major roads listed on it, and one of these is available for free download from:

If you prefer to use traditional maps over online mapping solutions, check out Ordnance Survey Ireland's website, where you can buy many maps for a reasonable price. "The Complete Road Atlas of Ireland" is available on this site and costs 12.50 Euro.
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cocoa says:
Yes I would recommend having GPS on your phone (if you internet access while abroad.) I had a GPS in the car because I couldn't afford the international internet charges on my phone and not everywhere has an address you can plug into the GPS to find. It would help to have internet to search correct directions directly to your destinations.
Posted on: Apr 23, 2015
maithanfear says:
Be aware that there is a lot a road construction going on at present. Predominately linking Dublin to the major cities. These roads are opening in phases as sections are completed. They may not appear on some maps and definitely aren't on SAT NAV systems.
Posted on: Jun 28, 2007
Eric says:
Thanks! This will come in handy for our ireland trip.
Posted on: Jun 15, 2007
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