The third edition of "Time Out Seville & Andalucia" focuses primarily on the most quintessential of Spanish cities, capturing its irresistible qualities, embracing its idiosyncrasies and exploding its myths - without skimping on all the latest details of where to sleep, eat, shop and party like a sevillano. Sleepy villages, magnificent deserts, fertile plains and rugged national parks of its lesser-known provinces such as Jaen, Almeria and Huelva are all explored, along with the famous pueblos blancos of Cadiz and Malaga, the good, the bad and the ugly of the Andalucian costas, and the handsome cities of Cordoba and Granada.
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