Valencia Day by Day is a short punchy city guide that shows you the best way around the city in the most effective way. Through special interest tours and easy to understand maps, travellers are able to get a good idea of the geography of their city instantly before exploring it in an interesting way. * Full day tours around the main sites of Valencia Old Town, the Beaches, and the new City of Arts & Sciences and of choice cafes and restaurants along the way * Includes Special--Interest Tours such as futuristic Valencia, the Holy Grail trail and tours for kids * Details neighbourhood walks: Barrio del Carmen, the Grand Avenues * Outdoor Valencia: the parks and the beaches * The Best Shopping around markets and malls including the best of the smaller shopping streets * Includes day trips to Benidorm, Terra Mitica, Requena & Utiel, Peniscola & MorellaBiografía del autor:
Timothy--V. Birch was born in London and almost immediately moved with his airline company family to Beirut, Lebanon. He spent the next 18 years of his life traveling around the globe whenever his father was reposted. He joined the airlines himself, following in his father's footsteps, ending with several years at Iberia, designing publicity material, and writing copy and fell in love with Spain. He left the airlines in the late eighties to set up a greeting card and fine art print publishing house with his wife Diana, selling designs based on his own work. In 1999, they moved permanently to Valencia with their two young daughters. Tim and Diana live in the center of Valencia, with their daughters as neighbors just a few streets away. They have a comprehensive website, www.thisisvalencia.com, about the city, both for visitors and residents. Tim writes about the city and the area for various publications around the world and has promised his wife he will start painting again very soon.
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Descripción Frommers, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0470721707
Descripción *Frommers, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110470721707