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Discover Seville's colourful history, astonishing architecture, and dynamic street life with this explorer's guide to Spain's most alluring city. More than 55 fascinating and unusual historical sites, including grand palaces and closed convents, artistic havens and secluded patios, fervent traditions, and epicurean delights. From Moorish minarets and medieval shipyards to Andalucia?s tallest tower and the most modern suspension bridge. Locations include the world's largest wooden structure, Spain's oldest tapas bar, a museum of tile making, and a former royal cigar factory. Set off on your own urban expedition with the Only In Guides! These ground-breaking city guides are for independent cultural travellers wishing to escape the crowds and locals keen to learn more about where they live. Unique locations, hidden corners, and unusual objects.
Newcastle is England's most northerly city and shares a long history with Gateshead, its neighbour on the south side of the River Tyne. The two, city and town respectively, are a heady mix of the old and new; both were industrial powerhouses during the 19th Century that have successfully embraced recent change, reinventing themselves as vibrant places of entertainment and culture. With this book in hand, journey over and under the Tyne to discover treasures such as the steam turbine ship Turbinia, a sleekly streamlined example of north-eastern mechanical know-how; wander across the wide-open space of the Town Moor, where President Jimmy Carter has the right to graze cattle; take in Saltwell Towers, an eccentric castle in the leafy surroundings of Saltwell Park; then top it all off with a pint in a pub where the ghost of Charles I may well make an appearance. Written by a Geordie, this book will help you explore the quirkier side of both Newcastle and Gateshead, and discover their hidden gems.
The 500 Hidden Secrets of Porto is the newest title in the internationally successful series of city guides The 500 Hidden Secrets. Every guide is written by a savvy local, contains only independent advice, is based on thorough research and the author's personal opinions and is frequently updated and reissued. This guide contains 500 addresses and tips in Porto, presented in lists such as '5 great restaurants where locals eat' or '5 places to sleep in beautiful architecture'. In this new volume in the successful 500 Hidden Secrets series they share 500 addresses and tips that will make you want to start packing for a Porto trip today: lists such as the 5 best restaurants for food to share, 5 local creatives' studios that you can visit, 5 irresistible stationery shops, the 5 best boat experiences and much more.