Portugal - Mark Ellingham; John Fisher; Graham Kenyon; Alice Martin;Rough Guides, 1994, Paperback.
This, 6th, edition updated by Don Grisbrook with Jules Brown, with additional research by Matthew Hancock, Amanda Tomlin, Kevin Rose and James Allen. From the cover: “THE ROUGH GUIDE TO PORTUGAL is the most comprehensive travel handbook available to one of Europe’s least-known destinations. It includes full details of the major sights plus all the information you need to escape the crowds. Features include: In-depth appraisals of the country’s cities, towns and villages, covering everything from port wine production to Manueline architecture and country markets. Details of the national parks and the Algarve’s best — and emptiest — beaches, plus pointers on how to get the best out of hiking and water sports. Up-to-the-minute, critical reviews of Lisbon and Porto’s hotels, restaurants, bars and clubs. Informed accounts of Portugal’s ancient sites and archaeological remains. Lively coverage of contemporary Portuguese issues, with features on music, history and the environment.”
Size: B Format (7¾" x 5¼"). In the Rough Guides series. 430 pages.