The Rough Guide to Andalucia

» Geoff Garvey

» Mark Ellingham

Rough Guides : Rough Guide
Paperback : 01 May 2012

£13.99


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Synopsis

The new full-colour Rough Guide to Andalucía is the essential guide to one of Europe's most vibrant destinations. The autonomous region of Andalucía is the part of the Iberian peninsula that is most quintessentially Spanish, a land of flamenco, sherry and ruined castles.

Lavish photography brings to life the region's wealth of attractions from the breathtaking Alhambra palace in Granada and Córdoba's exquisite medieval Mezquita to the spectacular natural beauty of Andalucía's numerous national parks. The Rough Guide to Andalucía provides comprehensive coverage of all major sights and towns, with incisive reviews of the best places to eat, sleep and drink in every price range as well as insider tips on the best tapas bars, clubs and beaches.

Expert background is provided on every destination, together with lively articles on the region's history and culture. There are detailed and easy-to-use colour maps and plans for every major town, city and monument to help make finding that hotel, restaurant or museum easy.

Make the most of your visit to southern Spain with The Rough Guide to Andalucía.

Product details

Format : Paperback
ISBN: 9781405389907
Size : 129 x 198mm
Pages : 616
Published : 01 May 2012
Publisher : Rough Guides

The Rough Guide to Andalucia

» Geoff Garvey

» Mark Ellingham

£13.99


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