The Rough Guide to Spain

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Rough Guides, 2004 - Travel - 1152 pages
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The eleventh edition of this highly respected guidebook that has earnt a reputation for its balance of practical detail and informative cultural background. The full-colour opening chapter gives the reader a feel for the different regions, sights and activities before travelling and the clear and accurate maps and plans throughout the guide help the reader on arrival. There is also detailed listings reviews to suit every taste and budget and enlightening accounts of attractions and sights both on and off the beaten track. Finally, in the contexts section there are authorative accounts of Spain's history, music, art and architecture.
  

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Contents

Rough Guide
11
Visas and red tape
22
Getting around
30
Contents
35
Post phones and the Internet
38
Eating and drinking
44
Basics
45
Opening hours and public holidays
50
to give you a feel for the place with to eat and drink and details
195
O Andalucia 251408
252
Murtla 952
268
Travel details 962
293
Contexts
313
Architecture 1044
323
Art 1058
337
Cinema 1096
382

Trouble the police and sexual
56
Travelling with children
63
O Madrid
71
beiyueUu 850
72
Around Madrid
77
The road to Andorra 859
83
Sitges 884
143
Travel details
145
Valencia
193
Old Castile and Leon
411
Language
420
O Galicia
469
MH
486
through Gipuzkoa
500
Glossary
586
O Galicia 599658
599
O Aragon 659710
659
Twenty years of Rough Guides
1138

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About the author (2004)

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John Fisher is the director of the education and international department of Great Britain's Transport and General Workers Union.

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