Lonely Planet Madrid
Lonely Planet, 2006 - 258 páginas
Effortlessly cool yet uncommonly welcoming, Madrid has many faces. Lazy cafÃ© mornings spill over into unhurried lunchtime feasts, while shady park naps reinvigorate you for intoxicating flamenco and late hot nights. Bringing out the unique character of each barrio, from gritty backstreets to exquisite art galleries, this guide will help you weave your way through the plazas, palaces and 3am traffic jams like a true MadrileÃ±o.
Explorehidden gems and try tasty tapas treats with our easy-to-follow walking tours.
Go Shoppingâ€“ find the street that suits your style with our area-by-area guide.
Drink Deeplyat tiled tabernas, swanky designer bars and balmy terraces â€“ follow our resident author to the cityâ€™s best nightspots.
Dine Outusing our expert restaurant recommendations.
Sleep Soundlyat the hottest hostels or boutique palaces â€“ reviews for every taste and budget.
Escapeâ€“ high-speed it to CÃ³rdoba, trek into the sierras or step back in time in Toledo.
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Review: Madrid Encounter (Lonely Planet Encounters)Reseña de usuario - Maria - Goodreads
The second book in the 'encounter' series I've used. I think they are great when you are in a city for a few days and just want a sense of the different neighbourhoods without too much extraneous detail. And according to my Madrileno friend the recommendations are pretty good. Leer reseña completa
Review: Madrid City Guide (Lonely Planet City Guide)Reseña de usuario - Cyanne - Goodreads
So this guy and I differ on hotel/hostel styles. He is much more into swanky and minimalist, and in Spain I always go for clutter dives. This book also has a ton of info on the gay scene in Madrid ... Leer reseña completa