Information about the transport options in Valencia: buses, metro, taxis, car hire, tourist bus, walking and trams. It will provide links to more details on locations, prices, contact details and journey times.
Complete coverage of Spain, from Bilbao and Barcelona to Seville and the Costa Brava Spain has more than 45 million tourists a year, including nearly one million Americans, making it the third most visited country in the world Spain's group of UNESCO World Heritage Cities is the most important in any single country of the world The country's 7,000 miles of coastline and diverse mountainous areas make it a mecca for beach lovers and sports enthusiasts Includes a full-color photo insert
Spain has been popular as a holiday and retirement destination and has become important as a focus for commercial life. This second edition has been updated and revised to provide information for anyone planning to live in Spain, either on a temporary or permanent basis and whether for business, professional purposes, study, leisure or retirement. The book offers an account of Spain's variegated lifestyles and how to cope.
The Juan Carlos I Royal Marina is one of the city’s most important landmarks. There are shops, terraces and restaurants with spectacular views, as well as a children’s park. Just a few metres away are the beaches of El Cabanyal (Las Arenas) and La Malvarrosa.
It is a range of mountains in southwest Europe that consists of flat-topped massifs and folded linear ranges. It forms a natural border between France and Spain that has played a significant role in the history of both countries and of Europe as a whole.