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Andalucia Tourist Guide (Michelin Green Guides)


Andalucia Tourist Guide (Michelin Green Guides)

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    Available in PDF Format | Andalucia Tourist Guide (Michelin Green Guides).pdf | English
    Rachel Mills(Author Editor)
Pick your way through the dark passages of the troglodyte caves of the Sierra Nevada. Drive out to the isolated beaches, verdant orchards, infinite mountain vistas and picturesque inland villages of Almeria. Wander the olive grove carpeted hillsides and attractive villages clinging to the mountain slopes of Sierra Subética, before heading down to the lofty halls, decorative squares and churches of Sevilla, where historic palaces stand alongside the last vestiges of Roman and Moorish occupation. Discover the former Nasrid kingdom of Granada and miles of sun-kissed Mediterranean coastline in the provinces of Malaga and Granada.The Michelin Green Guide is the authority on Andalucia today and the forces of nature and society that have shaped it. Michelin's local writers have walked, driven, visited, slept, shopped and eaten through every tour, sight, hotel, restaurant, boutique, café and venue in this guide. Where they have stepped, you won't put a foot wrong. The Green Guide Andalucia is meticulously updated and beautifully illustrated with full-color photographs, scores of Michelin maps, and insider coverage of shopping, nightlife, accommodations and restaurants.
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Book details

  • PDF | 416 pages
  • Rachel Mills(Author Editor)
  • Michelin Apa Publications Ltd; 4 edition (9 Jan. 2009)
  • English
  • 7
  • Travel & Holiday
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  • By Amit Dasgupta on 22 April 2010

    This Michelin guide lives upto the usual high standards of the Green Guide books. The description of the places of interest were quite detailed, and we did not need a guide in any of the places we visited. The recommended walking & driving tours were also quite useful. The city maps could be a bit more magnified and less terse, some items were quite difficult to find. But generally, a very good guide, which I would recommend to any visitor to Andalucia.

  • By Mr. WA Bowman on 6 May 2009

    Excellent guide book that no visitor should be without. Our previous copy got soaked through and all the pages stuck together but we rescued it and continued to use it until we lost it. Have now ordered another.

  • By Richard Cross on 7 September 2009

    I bought this before heading off to the Costa de la Luz. It gave us some good ideas of where to visit and the street maps, especially with car parks marked, came in very useful when visiting Seville and Jerez, as did the detailed guide and maps of the Real Alcazar (Royal Palace) in Seville. The potted history was also interesting. I would have liked to see more street maps and more detailed reviews of some of the smaller places (focus, understandably, is more on the big cities) but I guess the book would get a little large then - maybe guide books specific to the individual areas are what's needed. I suspect that the guides of where to eat, stay etc will date very quickly so I'd recommend always looking for a recent publication date.

  • By wullumpi on 24 February 2013

    Like all Michelin guides, this book is full of practical information on almost all interesting places in the area. Very handy, practical size.

  • By jabbey on 6 July 2014

    Excellent book that we used extensively whilst on holiday

  • By Ricball on 6 October 2011

    This item was not delivered. I will be trying to claim for this. We have now visited Spain and, of course, no longer need the guide!

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