Frommer's Peru

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Wiley, Jul 5, 2004 - Travel - 478 pages
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You'll never fall into the tourist traps when you travel with Frommer's. It's like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places locals like best. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might go--they've done the legwork for you, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges. Every Frommer's Travel Guide is up-to-date, with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of sports, shopping, and nightlife. You'd be lost without us!

"Frommer's Peru" is the premier guide to the country, with complete coverage of Lima, the Southern Coast, Cusco, Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the Amazon Basin, and more. You'll get candid reviews of the best hotels, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife, as well as the author's picks for the best travel experiences, including: flying over the Nasca Lines; hiking the Inca Trail; gazing upon Machu Picchu; floating on Lake Titicaca; watching the condors soar at Colca Canyon; plunging deep into the jungle of the Amazon; and more.

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User Review  - brendajanefrank - LibraryThing

Good recommendations on places to stay, dining, sightseeing. However, the book needs to be updated. You need to check on prices, hours, etc. before relying on the information provided. Much is not ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Neil E. Schlecht first trekked to Machu Picchu in 1983 as a college student spending his junior year abroad in Quito, Ecuador. The author and co-author of a dozen travel guides (including Frommer’s Cuba, Frommer’s Texas, and Spain For Dummies), as well as articles on art and culture and art catalog essays, and a photographer, he has lived for extensive periods in Brazil and Spain. He now resides in northwestern Connecticut.

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