Argentina Travel


Argentina Guidebooks


In addition to the following titles that cover Argentina as a whole, there are now several guidebooks (the majority are companion volumes to these listed below) for the city of Buenos Aires as well as a few for Patagonia and the wine region around Mendoza.

Frommer's Argentina, 2nd Edition
In the classic Frommers style: concise, tight, useful information on all of Argentina. Experience the place the way the locals do, enjoying the best it has to offer and with tips for stretching your budget along the way. Frommer's has insider tours that take you from the tango halls of Buenos Aires to the snowy peaks of Patagonia, outspoken opinions on what's worth your time and what's not, and exact prices, so you can plan the perfect trip whatever your budget. This new edition also has off-the-beaten-path experiences and undiscovered gems, plus new takes on top attractions.
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Argentina: Bradt Travel Guide, 1st Edition
In addition to the following titles that cover Argentina as a whole, there are now several guidebooks (the majority are companion volumes to these listed below) for the city of Buenos Aires as well as a few for Patagonia and the wine region around Mendoza.
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Argentina Eyewitness Travel Guide, 1st Edition
A richly illustrated guide you can keep in your back pocket that offers a plethora of cultural, historical and common-sense information on Argentina. Everything from choosing the best hotels to negotiating traffic in downtown Buenos Aires is here, along with profusely illustrated fold-out maps and walking tours. Its coverage of Buenos Aires is particularly extensive.
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Culture Shock! Argentina: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette, 2nd Edition
This is a great guidebook to read if you want a colorful guide to what makes Argentina and Buenos Aires so culturally unique compared to the rest of the world. A must if you are in country on business or anticipate a lot of interaction with native Argentines.
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Fodor's Argentina, 6th Edition
A brand-new, expanded edition that covers all of Argentina's vast territory, from the sophisticated gateway and capital city of Buenos Aires, to rural landscapes that range from subtropical jungle and arid pampas (grasslands), to snow-capped Andes and monumental Patagonian glaciers.

Magazine-style illustrated features highlight quintessential Argentina: tango in Buenos Aires, vineyards in Mendoza, gauchos in the pampas, fly-fishing in the Lakes District, waterfalls in Iguazu, and wildlife in Patagonia. There is now expanded coverage of Patagonia, including its northwestern lakes and ski areas, Atlantic coast, and southern glaciers. At the same time, interactive maps and planning pages help readers get their bearings, pick their destinations, and plan their trips. There is also a special chapter on planning adventure vacations: the best trips, tour operators, and travel tips.
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Footprint Argentina Handbook, 6th Edition
Tango the night away, trek one the world's last frontiers and ride across the Pampas with modern-day cowboys, Argentina offers travelers all this and more. Footprint's revised 6th edition will ensure travelers get the most from their trip, from the heady delights of Buenos Aires to the wilds of Patagonia. With accommodation listings for every budget, fantastic recommendations on how to make the most of the great outdoors and superb maps to show how to get around, this guidebook is the perfect companion for anyone wanting to escape the crowds.
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The Rough Guide to Argentina, 3rd Edition
This updated third edition gives in-depth detail of the entire country - from cosmopolitan Buenos Aires to the remote Argentine archipelago of Tierra del Fuego and expanded coverage of major destinations including Salta, Jujuy, Iguazu and the estancias of the Litoral. Also covered are areas often visited from Argentina: Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay, Chilean Patagonia and Chilean Tierra del Fuego. You'll find informed descriptions of the varied landscapes, from the pampas to Patagonia, plus practical advice on the best places for hiking, climbing, ski and rafting. Practical information on accommodation and transportation, and reviews of all the best places for eating and drinking, and music are accompanied by clear maps.
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