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by John Fisher,Mark Ellingham

eBook The Rough Guide to Spain (7th Edition) download ISBN: 1858282403
Author: John Fisher,Mark Ellingham
Publisher: Rough Guides; 7 edition (July 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 896
ePub: 1758 kb
Fb2: 1667 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Traveling
Subcategory: Europe

AUTHOR: Geoff Garvey, Jules Brown, Graham Kenyon, John Fisher, Mark Ellingham. PUBLISHER: Rough Guides.

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Now in its seventh edition, this lively, reliable handbook to Spain shows no signs of slowing down. As gregariously written and all-encompassing as ever, the Rough Guide features lively accounts of Madrid's non-stop nightlife and Barcelona's museums and architecture, as Ellingham and Fisher lead you to the best flamenco bars, Moorish monuments, bullfights and fiestas across the country. The detailed listings include tapas bars, modest pensiones and luxury paradors. The much-praised cultural coverage illuminates the Crusades, the Franco years and the arts through the ages, from Velazquez to Amoldovar and the music scene today. Includes 97 maps and plans.
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I'm a Russian Occupant
Rough Guides are written for readers more interested in content than photography. Quite simply, other mainstream guides offer more for the eyes, but none surpasses the Rough Guide's comprehensiveness, historical and cultural contexts, and vast selection of dining, sleeping, and sightseeing options. Think of this book as more of an encyclopedia than a picture book, but it still treats you to color maps and a few nice photographs sprinkled in.

Because of the series commitment to comprehensive information, expect a big brick-book written in narrative format. Chapters are arranged geographically, then broken down further into cities and towns. Then each city and town is presented, sights first, followed by listings for hotels, restaurants, shopping, etc... and other practicalities. This main content is framed by essential information in the beginning of the book, and history and cultural contexts at the end.

Travelers more interested in learning about the places they visit will like this guide. The traveler who enjoys the history of a site and its cultural contribution should consult this book. This is the perfect guide for travelers who like to plan their itineraries BEFORE they go. This is the perfect guide to read while enjoying your morning breakfast and planning the rest of your day. Those more interested in the visual beauty of a site will probably find more value in one of the other mainstream guides.
I used this for travel in Salamanca, Oviedo and other parts of Asturias, Segovia, and Madrid. It is a good guide for a lot things, but NOT for entry times/dates for many places. In many, many cases wrong information is printed, which seems incredible for a book published nine months ago (it simply boggles my mind that so many monuments/sites would change their opening hours so drastically within a year). Definitely double-check the opening times of places you plan to visit, especially in the off-season. One cave in Asturias mentioned in the book is said to be open year-round but it is not! It is closed from September to March!
This is my second version of Rough Guide to Spain. I love these books because they touch on so many places that are out of the way. Many travel guides focus on the most popular places, but Rough Guide touches on so much and give one many ideas about places ego visit. The indexing is very good. The font has been improved with the exception of some of the special boxes where the font is so light in color that reading for this old man is rather difficult. I suggest that very light grey color be changed to provide improved contrast.
I first purchased a Rough Guide book in 2011 for a 5 month venture to New Zealand. After that I always look for a Rough Guide before any other guidebook.

I went on a month long trip with some friends to first walk El Camino de Santiago and then do some sightseeing after. The Rough Guide gives great recommendations for those looking to travel on a budget. This book also gives great short history lessons and maps for both major attractions and random pit stop villages. If you buy an up to date guide the pricing is also accurate.

All in all a very good buy.
I bought the Kindle edition of The Rough Guide to Spain so that I can carry it with the rest of my reading material on a device small enough to fit in a side pocket of my cargo pants. The book has an exhaustive list of must-sees in Spain's principal cities plus an overview of Spanish history. I am planning a three-month trip to Spain this summer, and the ebook version of the Rough Guide will be with me every time I venture out the door and onto the streets. -- Jack Quinn
I really liked having this book for my travels through Madrid and Andalucia (southern spain). I didn't find the lodgings or restaurants that helpful. For lodging we stayed in mostly hostels and found tripadvisor and much more helpful, but for what sites to see this book was fantastic. What my travel buddy and I liked the most about this book was the background for each site and city we went to. This book had such great historical and other explanations that we started carrying it around and reading it instead of the pamphlets they gave out at the palaces and cathedrals.
Still In Mind
Rough Guides are almost always excellent, but getting one for the Kindle, with amazing navigation, hot links to websites, and expandable maps built in, is a revelation. This is the most intelligent use of the ebook concept I've seen, and I plan to add several more Rough Guides onto my iPad because of this.
I have eight of the Rough Guide series and love all of them. The book is a good mix of history, advice and information that helps anyone from Backpackers to those on guided tours. Whenever I travel I buy the book before hand. I am not traveling to Spain for another two months but reading ahead I can tell it will be just the help I need to round out my visit.