What's best to do in Madrid? Herb Lester’s handy guide has the answers - 36 of them.
The selections run the gamut of the city’s attractions and its idiosyncracies. From the relative safety of a cable car they gaze down at the vast expanse of the Casa de Campo, explore shops selling gloves, camping gear, old postcards and espadrilles, visit an abandoned station and one with its own forest. Refreshment is on hand throughout: cerveza, jamón, bacalao and innumerable other delights essential to keep the visitor well-nourished in this great city in Spain.
Designed by Riley Cran
A3 (297x420mm) folded to A6 (105x148mm)
Litho-printed in England on recycled paper
About the Brand
City Map/Guides from Herb Lester Associates are an eclectic selection of quirky titles designed to illuminate particular aspects of a city or a district.
Each title lists publishers’ recommendations, ranging from the already famous attractions to little gems known only to the well informed locals, all with brief descriptions and, where appropriate, contact details.
Accompanying maps are designed to highlight the locations of the recommended places rather than to provide an accurate presentation of the street network.