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.Part of the growing Melia chain, this hotel is in a sixteenth- century palace, just outside the walls of the old town, and is in many ways a nicer ... The most intact section, with several original ... On the other side of the square, notice the family crests on the Casa del Sol, and indeed many of the other buildings within the walls.
|Title||:||The Rough Guide to Spain|
|Author||:||Simon Baskett, Mark Ellingham, Jules Brown, John Fisher, Marc Stephen Dubin|
|Publisher||:||Rough Guides - 2004|