The Rough Guide to Andalucia

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Rough Guides Limited, May 1, 2009 - Travel - 639 pages
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The Rough Guide to Andalucia is the definitive travel guide to the best attractions Andalucia has to offer. Whether you wish to explore the vibrant regions of Andalucia, taste the flavours of Andalucia s cuisine or discover the enchanting Alhambra palace and the White Town of Ronda; the Rough Guide to Andalucia has expert advice on what to see and do in Andalucia. Full-colour features explore the Semana Santa Holy Week and Moorish Andalucia; with comprehensive coverage on Andalucia s history, attractions and the unique flora and fauna of this stunning region. Fully updated and expanded, this guide combines up-to-date descriptions of the best hotels and hostels in Andalucia, the best restaurants and tapas bars in Andalucia and entertainment to cater for all budgets. Explore all corners of Andalucia s varied landscapes with expert tips for outdoor activities, from rock climbing and hiking to kite surfing and mountain biking and the clearest maps of any guide.

Make the most of you holiday with The Rough Guide to Andalucia!

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User Review  - Paul Devall - Goodreads

I scored it high as it was indispensable on a recent visit to Spain. We found places to stay that we might not have done if left to our own devices. Read full review

About the author (2009)

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Various Authors

Chris Stewart is a bestselling author, world-record-setting pilot, and president of The Shipley Group, a nationally recognized consulting and training company. He is a member of the Renaissance Organization, a private group of leaders from across the globe who meet to explore the "Renaissance spirit." Chris served for fourteen years as a pilot in the United States Air Force, where he piloted both the B-1B bomber and rescue helicopters. On June 3, 1995, he led a flight of two B-1s on a nonstop flight around the word, setting three world-speed records in the process, and received the MacKay trophy for the "most significant aerial achievement of the year." Chris is the author of three highly popular military techno-thrillers. His books have been selected by Book of the Month Club and published in twelve different countries. He has also been a guest editor for the "Detroit News, commenting on matters of military readiness and national security concerns. Chris and his wife, Evie, are the parents of six children and live in Utah.

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