The all-new National Geographic Traveler: Argentina begins in the exciting and affordable capital of Buenos Aires and travels to every province, from the Inca-influenced realm of the northwest to the ice-chilled tip of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego in the south. Drives include the amazing landscapes of the Cafayete-Cachi Loop in Salta Province and the spectacular Sierras del Cordoba. The book is peppered with ideas for getting behind the scenes, including studying Spanish, celebrating the tango, and wine-tasting in some of the world's most beautiful wineries.
"A thorough, intelligently presented, well-illustrated guide, it will probably give you the basics of what you need more clearly and compactly than any other book"The Independent (London)
"High production quality…detailed information… can be read as much for pleasure as practicality."Library Journal
"Sensational photos, superb maps, and prose that's authoritative."San Francisco Chronicle
"Succinctly written text and marvelous photography."Chicago Tribune
"Rich with photography, maps, and historical context."Los Angeles Times
"Quality is the watchword."New York Newsday
"Has it all: depth, breadth, and a wealth of practical information."Bookpage Magazine
"Brimming with great colour photography and timely facts."The Toronto Sun
"Handsome and informative."The Washington Times
"Sure to push some competing titles off book counters."The Oregonian
"Glossy, interesting, and colorful…for all travel collections."Library Journal
''Sensational photos, superb maps, and prose that's authoritative.'' San Francisco Chronicle
''It's like reading and looking at a really in-depth National Geographic essay.'' Seattle Times
''All the glossy thoroughness you would expect from the brand name, with an impressive list of contributors.'' The Times (London)
''Some of the handsomest volumes you'll ever find on a shelf of travel books.'' Toronto Star
''Filled with beautiful photography, and excellent color maps; after all, this is National Geographic, a publisher that's had about a hundred years experience in doing this kind of thing.'' The Tennessean
The award-winning National Geographic Traveler has been enhanced with engaging new features and a contemporary redesign. Each guide begins with an introduction that enables you to sample a bit of the culture, history, and attractions before you go and plan the trip based on your own interests and length of stay.
Immerse yourself in active, in-country "Experiences" and "Off-the-Beaten-Path Excursions" you won't find anywhere else.
Other new features, such as "Insider Tips" from National Geographic photographers, writers, and experts, and "Not-To-Be-Missed" lists ensure that each visit will be memorable.
The guides' design has been simplified, opened up, and enhanced with easy-to-read tinted sections. Gorgeous color photographs, high-quality maps, and the popular walking and driving tours are still highlights of our crisp, new look.
Mediterranean expert Tim Jepson takes you on a
tour of the countries of the Northern Mediterranean and Adriatic, focusing on the major cruise ports from Gibraltar to Turkey, including Barcelona, Valencia, Nice, Cannes, Monte Carlo, Genoa, Rome, Naples, Palermo, Bari, ...
Nicholas Bornoff describes the best ways to tackle
Tokyo and other must-see sites in Japan such as Mount Fuji, imperial Kyoto, historical Nagasaki, Hokkaido and its national parks, and dozens of other major and lesser-known places. In-depth features discuss the ...
Celebrating Barcelona's stronghold on architecture and art, this
completely updated and revised guide to the city makes sure you don't miss a thingthe intricately carved edifices of its Gothic quarter; Gaudi's moderniste structures; and the seminal surrealist works of Picasso ...