Spain, a Travel Guide by Lonely Planet

Spain, a Travel Guide by Lonely Planet

Spain, a Travel Guide by Lonely Planet

Guide your travels through Spain escorted by this wonderful  script by Lonely Planet. Check out all the wonders and Mysteries of that land!

The Book

Ancient Roman ruins, cathedrals of rare vigor and unique gems of Islamic construction speak of a nation where great civilizations have grown, fallen and left their permanent mark.


“Lonely Planet Spain is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you.

Marvel at the exquisite perfection of the Alhambra, hike the Pyrenean high country and laze on the Mediterranean’s best beaches; all with your trusted travel companion.

Get to the heart of Spain and begin your journey now!”

– Amazon

  • cultural relevance
  • entertainment
  • readability
  • Our personal rating

Authors and Avg. Rating

Anthony Ham is a Madrid-based freelance writer and photographer with a particular interest in the Sahel and Sahara.

Other authors are Damien Simonis, Stuart Butler, John Noble, Zora O’Neill, Josephine Quintero, Miles Roddis, and Brendan Sainsbury.

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Travel Guide
Anthony Ham
Lonely Planet
11th edition (November 15, 2016)
kindle, paperback
Books and Movies: Reviews
Stuart Butler, Kerry Christiani, Isabella Noble, John Noble, Josephine Quintero, Brendan Sainsbury, Regis St Louis, Andy Symington


This book is a travel guide that will fulfill all your demands for information on how to proceed while vacationing in Spain.

The writers did a beautiful work putting together this excellent travel guide.

Having lived in Madrid for one year, When I had the opportunity to travel all over Spain, I can tell that the descriptions and itineraries suggested by the authors are simply the best.

The guide starts with 28 top events followed by a "Welcome to Spain" section with valuable data on several critical traveling and vacationing issues and a "month by month" top events appraisal.

Then you are presented with some suggested itineraries that vary from a month trip to a two to three weeks trip. So far, they offered a high-level perspective on what you need to plan your trip.

After that, they dig deep details about attractions to see and how much they would cost.

They split the portrayal into regions and big cities. Color photos are beautiful, and, at the end of the book, they present a full map of Barcelona, including its subway directions.

This travel guide is the excellent result of a combined effort from eight different writers, which Lonely Planet published in April 2011.

This guide is ideal for travelers who are serious about planning their trips, including those who want to keep a reminder of their previous travels and dreaming about a future one. provided this work to me for an uncompromised book review through their Vine Program.


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