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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Review: Argentina (Lonely Planet)

User Review  - Randolph Breschini - Goodreads

A very helpful travel book, especially the "Understand Argentina" section.. Read full review

Review: Argentina (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - J - Goodreads

Next stop, Argentine. Don't cry for me, Argentina. LP always handy for a leg up. Not the only resource though but good enough for the starting leg. I usually mix and match WWW resources, Rough Guide ... Read full review

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