Andalucia

by Andy Symington

Andalucia

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  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781910120262
  • Size: 115mm x 184mm
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About this book

Andalucía is home to a cornucopia of historical treasures and rich layers of culture resplendent with color. Footprint's 8th edition Andalucía Handbook will guide you from the noble churches & tasty tapas of Sevilla to lush green hills crowned with postcard-pretty white villages.
. Great coverage of the activities and sights in the 8 provinces that make up the region
. Loaded with information and suggestions on how to get off the beaten track, from remote towns with Renaissance palaces to peaceful hill-walking
. Includes comprehensive information on everything from transport, practicalities to history, culture & landscape
. Plus all the usual accommodation, eating and drinking listings for every budget
. Full-color planning section to inspire and help you find the best experiences
. Personal recommendations from the author on everything from food & wine to surfing, hiking and architecture
From dining on the freshest of seafood to exploring prehistoric monuments, Footprint's fully updated 8th edition will help you navigate this intoxicating destination.

About the author

Andy Symington hails from Australia and, after much time spent prowling and working in various corners of the world, he settled in Spain, where he has now lived for several years. He is enamoured of the art, architecture, wildernesses, and tapas of Andalucia, which never ceases to offer up hitherto unknown corners to explore. Andy has extensive experience as a travel writer and is the author of several Footprint guidebooks.

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Contents

1) Planning your trip
2) Sevilla
3) Huelva
4) Cadiz
5) Malaga
6) Cordoba
7) Granada
8) Jaen
9) Almeria
10) Background
11) Practicalities
12) Footnotes