Andalusia Culture Shop

Our Andalusia Culture Shop is filled with recommendations of Spanish books, maps, music and more. Andalucsian culture is a rich mix of Spanish and moorish influence that offers tourists and inhabitants plenty to discover. We have collected a sample of some of our favorite items that we believe will be useful for your next trip to the Costa del Sol. We also have gathered a sampling of some of the best products that Andalusia has to offer.


DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide - Andalucia and Costa del Sol Includes information on Moorish palaces and gardens, best beaches, museums and galleries, liveliest ferias, best hotels for every budget, most charming villages and finest flamenco venues.

Sandi Toksvig's Guide to Spain Sandi Toksvig's Guide to Spain (for kids) What is a fiesta? Would you like to eat sopa de galina? Where in Spain was "Raiders of the Lost Ark" filmed? If you don't know the answers to these questions, then this is the book for you! Packed full of fun, jokes, and tons of information as well as games, stickers, and space for you to write your own travel journal, it will keep any young globetrotter occupied for hours.

The Rough Guide to Andalucia Includes information on Andalusian cuisine, Easter week (Semana Santa), Moorish Andalucia, bullfighting, accommodation, festivals, football, Andalusia culture and traveling with children.


Rough Guide Map Andalucia and the Costa del Sol leads you to every corner of this spectacular land, from the enchanting Alhambra palace and the White Town of Ronda, to the region's multitude of beaches and breathtaking treks along the coastline. Reliable, user-friendly and printed in full-color on waterproof, rip-proof paper, this slick, up-to-date map presents the whole of Andalucia.


Rick Steves' Spanish Phrase Book and Dictionary From ordering tapas in Madrid to making new friends in Costa del Sol, it helps to speak some of the native tongue. Rick Steves offers well-tested phrases and key words to cover every situation a traveler is likely to encounter in Andalusia culture.

Spanish Berlitz Kids Flash Cards These fun bilingual flash cards will have children speaking everyday words in a flash. 50 large durable easy-to-handle flash cards. Delightful engaging illustrations of everyday words. Simple pronunciation of objects and concepts makes learning easy and fun. Help build vocabulary word recognition memory and confidence.


The New Spanish Table Von Bremzen is in love with the gastronomic delights of Spain. Several of the recipes are for dishes you'd expect to find in a volume of this size—sangria, gazpacho and a multitude of tapas—but there are many welcome surprises: Eggs over Smoky Bread Hash, Coca (Spanish-Mediterranean pizza) with Candied Red Peppers, and Rice Pudding Ice Cream.

Tapas: The Little Dishes of Spain In chapters such as Tapas in Sauce; Cold Tapas; and Tapas with Bread or Pastry, Casas provides a definitive selection of the traditional Spanish bar food--dishes to pass out at a gathering, to serve on a buffet, or to make a party of. Readers wishing an introduction to this versatile food, and the culinary culture in which it thrives, will want this bestselling book.


Art of Segovia by Andres Segovia Segovia single-handedly put the instrument on the map by making classical guitar concerts popular events, broadening Andalusia culture and the instrument's repertory through commissions and transcriptions, and convincing even doubters that it could be a vehicle for serious music.

Best of Gypsy Flamenco Andalusia This is true Gypsy Flamenco from the roots. Dazzling guitar playing, rythmic clapping and soulfull singing comprise both cds. There are absolutely no "new flamenco" tracks at all. Everything heard is felt, not passed thru your ears like "nouveau flamenco" music is today. A must buy for the flamenco afficionado listener.


Tales of the Alhambra Washington Irving, a North American diplomat, historian and traveller, lived for some time in the very Alhambra itself. His book, published for the first time in 1832, was immediately translated into many languages and attracted to Granada pilgrims from every latitude.


Alhambra Map

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