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Insight Guides Experience Barcelona (Travel Guide eBook) - cover

Insight Guides Experience Barcelona (Travel Guide eBook)

Insight Guides

Publisher: Insight Guides

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�       Brimming with inspired ideas to give city breaks a decidedly unique edge, this stylish series is ideal for first-timers seeking off-the-beaten track experiences, and for repeat visitors in thirst of fresh adventures�       Innovative extras = incredible value, and unique in the market. All Experience Guides come with a free eBook and regularly updated app, unlike comparable competitors' products �       Top-end production values - cool, compact flexi format, and full-colour throughout�       On-going consumer marketing activity�       Exciting opportunities for bespoke promotions and POS - please contact your Account Manager for details �       Content overview:- Includes over 100 insider ideas to make trips unique, authentic and utterly unforgettable- From the inspiring In the Mood section, to the in-depth Neighbourhood knowledge, this is a stylish and practical companion when travellers are out and about making memorable moments-Invaluable maps and Essentials section ensure city explorers won't get lost while venturing off well-travelled roads

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