Stuart Butler

  • Un guide tout en couleurs, concis et ultra pratique pour découvrir une des plus belles parties du Pays basque en quelques jours.
    Deux villes au caractère basque bien trempé, où l'on aime bien manger et boire. Mais deux villes à la personnalité distincte. Bilbao, au fort passé industriel, est devenue l'un des hauts lieux européens de la culture grâce notamment au musée Guggenheim et au musée des Beaux-Arts. Saint-Sébastien, coquette et festive, a le charme des villes balnéaires de la Belle Époque avec ses deux plages au coeur de la cité.
    De nombreuses villes balnéaires et villages de pêcheurs à découvrir le long de la côte basque : Gexto, Mundaka, Fontarabie.
    Guernica, ville martyre et lieu de mémoire.
    Des suggestions de balades et des itinéraires thématiques : les bars de Bilbao, sur la trace des Pintxos (tapas basques) à Saint-Sébastien, Bilbao entre berges et architecture.
    Des focus sur l'art des pintxos (tapas basques), sur les parcs naturels, les traditions basques, le cidre, le surf.
    Des sections ciblées pour découvrir la région selon ses envies : avec des enfants, activités gratuites, vie nocturne, gastronomie.
    De nombreuses cartes des villes et de la région et un plan détachable pour faciliter les déplacements.

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    Stuart Butler

    • Bradt
    • 24 Mars 2006
  • All new guide to Bilbao and San Sebastian's key sights Neighbourhood and themed sections means readers can explore geographically or by personal interest Includes a feature on Museo Guggenheim, and a full-colour pull-out map of Bilbao

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