Buenos Aires is a definite 'must-have'. The guide is split into colour-coded sections, including The Essence of, Planning, Best Places to See, Best Things to Do...... more
Buenos Aires is a definite 'must-have'. The guide is split into colour-coded sections, including The Essence of, Planning, Best Places to See, Best Things to Do and Exploring. There is helpful advice for planning your trip with information about when to go, getting there, being there and getting around. The Exploring section divides Buenos Aires into colour-coded regions in accordance with the locator map on the cover flap. Hotels, restaurants, nightlife and places of interest are grouped within each region, with grid references and cross-referencing to ensure that it is easy to find what you are looking for in each area. Entries within the guide have been researched by experts and there are website addresses and practical information throughout.
Frommer's BuenosAires (Frommer's Complete Guides) - Michael Luongo
Known as the Paris of Latin America, Argentina's capital is full of chic shops, restaurants and a vibrant nightlife. Visit the diverse neighbourhoods, enjoy...... more
Known as the Paris of Latin America, Argentina's capital is full of chic shops, restaurants and a vibrant nightlife. Visit the diverse neighbourhoods, enjoy Argentine food and explore the markets. Frommer's Buenos Aires 3e features: * Opinionated write-ups.
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Argentina - Chris Et Al Moss
Presents some of the best attractions Argentina has to offer. Whether you're salsa dancing in Buenos Aires or seal spotting in Punta Norte, this guide provides...... more
Presents some of the best attractions Argentina has to offer. Whether you're salsa dancing in Buenos Aires or seal spotting in Punta Norte, this guide provides the insider tips every visitor needs, with comprehensive listings of the best hotels, restaurants, shops and nightlife for different budgets.
Watch the sun set with an evening cocktail on the ramparts of Cartagena's walled city, trek through the rainforest to Ciudad Perdida or stay on a coffee finca...... more
Watch the sun set with an evening cocktail on the ramparts of Cartagena's walled city, trek through the rainforest to Ciudad Perdida or stay on a coffee finca in the Zona Cafetera, Footprint's 4th edition of the Colombia Handbook is the perfect companion for the adventurous traveler wanting to get the most out of this vivacious country. The land of coffee, emeralds and Gabriel Garcia Marquez is firmly back on the traveler's 'must-see' map and Footprint's new edition is the ideal companion to help you make sense of it all. Includes carefully selected itineraries offering advice on how to get the best out of your trip whether you're travelling for a week or a month Extensive thoroughly researched information to help you plan your trip as well as advise you on the ground The heart of the guide is broken in to the key regions of Colombia - Bogota, North of Bogota, Cartagena and the North Coast, Northwest Colombia, Southern Colombia, Los Llanos and Amazonia - and gives you comprehensive information on each of these regions Each regional section has an overview map, local information on how to get around with transport and street maps where relevant, a short history of the region, thorough advice on what to see and do and a directory of key local information on banks, embassies, internet cafes and medical services. Also includes a full-colour mini atlas which has maps of each region to help you get your bearings and a distance chart to help you plan your journeys Key local words and phrases are included to help you communicate ensuring an even better travel experience From the vast sprawling capital Bogota with its nightlife, dining, fashion and culture to equal anything that Buenos Aires can offer, to the spectacular national parks, Footprint's fully updated 4th edition will help you navigate this vibrant destination.
Advantages: Luxurious. Comfortable. Personalised service. The bed! Disadvantages: The cost. The restaurant could have a more exciting menu.
...I stayed at the Four Seasons Hotel in Buenos Aires for four nights in January 2010. We were looking for somewhere special to stay for our anniversary as we were traveling around South America - and the Four Seasons seemed to fit the bill. At the time it was rated number 2 on Trip Advisor (although this rating has now slipped) and it has been the winner of the Travellers' Choice Award in...
Advantages: The best meat in the world! Disadvantages: You may need a laxative after all that red meat!
...Restaurants in Buenos Aires.
If you go to Argentina, you know that the word vegetarian is unknown in there. so lets face it, you must try meat, so taste, so mmmmm...
so here are a few tips, if you are near Recoleta visiting Evita's (Eva Peron) grave you can walk along Junin Street where you can find a finest option of food, so instead of choosing the sports cafe, or the Henry j. beans ( yes...
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Advantages: Classy, cultural and (at the moment) cheap. Disadvantages: The current economic situation continues to plague the nations spirit.
...for the city with noisy protests an almost daily occurrence. So while backpackers get to see what BA has to offer you feel she is not her true self. A large proportion of Portenos (port city dwellers) have being drained of their zest for life and the recovery will doubtlessly take years.
Buenos Aires is by far the biggest city in Argentina with 13 million people (Cordoba the countries second city has...
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