JEREMY HEAD is a travel writer, photographer and broadcaster based in Brighton, UK. Over the past decade or so, his travel writing and photographs have appeared in most of the UK's national newspapers and specialist travel magazines. He also recently spent a summer wearing covert camera gear as an undercover reporter for ITV's Holidays Undercover. His obsession with Seville began with a weekend break in 2000 and he has been going back for more ever since. (Maybe it's the wine?) As well as writing and completely updating this second edition of the Day by Day guide to Seville he took pretty much all of the pictures. You can find out what he's currently up to by reading his blog: www.travelblather.com. If you've got comments about this guidebook – good or bad – feel free to email him. He'd be very interested to hear from you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frommer's Seville Day By Dayby Jeremy Head
Day by Day guides are short and punchy city guides that direct travellers on a short break around the city in the most effective way. The guides are aimed at sophisticated travellers who are looking for a very accessible read to make the most of their stay. Through the use of special-interest tours in the books, travellers are able to get a good idea of the geography of their city instantly before exploring it in an interesting way, giving people some surprising choices for what to see and do, that they might not have thought to consider normally. These travellers know that there's a kind of science to organizing your time on a trip, to avoid a lot of needless backtracking or overbooking and Day by Days provide this information in an accessible way.
- Includes special interest tours that appeal to tapas lovers, history enthusiasts, art and architecture buffs and New World adventurers.
- Details great neighborhood walking tours through Barrio Santa Cruz, Centro, Triana, Alameda and Macarena.
- Includes day trips to Italica and Carmona.
- Features include wandering in the Alcazar, enjoying the passion of impromptu flamenco dancing, discovering incredible ornate interiors in old churches, cycling along the riverbank and reclining in a Moorish teahouse.
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