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Andalucía (Lonely Planet Regional Guide)

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Offers information with sections on outdoor activities, architecture and food and drink. This book provides coverage of Andalucia's hot spots - Seville, Granada, Cordoba and the Costa del Sol. It features theme-based itineraries like tapas, sherry, flamenco and architecture.
Paperback, 5th edition, 488 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by Lonely Planet Publications (first published 1999)
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Kristen Northrup
Of the four Andalucia travel guides I just read, this is the one I'm hauling along with me. It's nicely information-dense in terms of history and culture for rereading on the flight over. And the detailed, opinionated recommendations give me the clearest idea of what will and will not be worth my time. The detail is such that I can tell which of their 'must-visits' are probably not my thing at all; it's not just an issue of following their lead. I also appreciated how this guide was more neutral ...more
Miriam
Rome gave Andalucia and Spain their language. Today's Castillian Spanish is basically colloquial Latin.

The Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares was used as a location in Lawrence of Arabia. The Museo looks like an Arab Palace. It was built in 1929 for the Exposicion Iberoamericana in Parque de Maria Luisa in Seville.
Aaron Benarroch
It was ok but it has the same issues of the other LP guides: a lot of infos about restaurants and hotels, but few data about history and art. Who cares about eating thai in Granada?
Ashleyrenee
Very helpful during my summer in Granada.
Tommy
Essential for visiting this region of Spain.
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