Argentina. Ediz. Inglese

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Lonely Planet, 2005 - Travel - 524 pages
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Tackle the tango in a Buenos Aires milonga. Bite into the world’s most heavenly beef. Gallop with gauchos across the Pampas. Better and cheaper than ever, Argentina beckons! Grab the top-selling, tried-and-true guide and prepare for a thrill ride across enchanting cities, lush jungles and windswept plains, over Patagonian the tip of the world.

Find Yourself– navigate the country with 90+ detailed maps, more than any other guidebook to Argentina.

Become The Expert– insight into the country’s culture and history, from tango etiquette and tips for beef-eaters to the story of Evita and the recent peso crash.

Hop The Border– side trips to Uruguay and Chile, plus essentials for crossing into Paraguay, Brazil and Bolivia.

Snack, Sip & Sleep– top dining spots and bargain bites, the scoop on local libations (from mate tea to Mendoza wine) and hundreds of top-notch lodging options.

Talk The Talk– handy Spanish language chapter and food glossary help you chat with the locals and order ice cream instead of liver.

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Right off the bat, this warns me to bring tampons, "tough to find in smaller towns." When I argue that I may not in fact require one (my cycle is irregular at the best of times), the book is silent ... Read full review

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