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Buenos Aires Guidebooks

Time Out Buenos Aires
Casting an independent and critical eye, Time Out Buenos Aires looks past the "Paris of South America" clichés, highlighting century-old cafés, world-famous steak houses, word-of-mouth bars, backstreet bistros, and late-night tango salons. Introductory chapters frame Buenos Aires in its historical and cultural context
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Frommer's Buenos Aires
By: Michael Luongo
This is simply the best guide to Buenos Aires that is out there. Michael Luongo, the author, has written about Argentina for the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, Frommer's Budget Travel, National Geographic Traveler, Town & Country Travel, Advocate, Out Traveler, and numerous other publications. He has visited over 75 countries and all seven continents (and has lived on three of them). Still, Argentina remains one of his favorite places in the entire world, and he cried the first time he left it. He only wishes he could tango better, but after a few more years writing about Buenos Aires, he is sure he'll get that right.
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Lonely Planet Buenos Aires
By: Sandra Bao
Enjoy the 'Paris of the South' as its own energetic residents do. Visit palatial landmarks in Congress, cobbled lanes in colorful La Boca, and street fairs and tangueria dance clubs in San Telmo. Whether you're toting briefcase or backpack, this guidebook puts South America's most sophisticated city within your reach. Focus on top activities and destinations of Buenos Aires.
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Buenos Aires: A Cultural and Literary Companion
By: Jason Wilson
The most European of South American cities, Buenos Aires evokes exile and nostalgia. This volume explores this contradictory and culturally rich city by tracing its development from remote settlement to a modern metropolis.
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