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 June 20th of 2019 , 06:54 hs. Argentine Time (GMT -3:00)

We give some recommendations on books written by travelers and for travelers, travel guides and many more interesting books so you can travel to South America from the first page...

Spark your dream

Spark your Dream is a true Story of personal inspiration that explrores the inconveniences and the solutions that are presented at the beginning of a dream. Through this incredible journey the reader will live the risk, the sensation of freedom, the passion, the pain of a death, the birth of a son, frustration, life, and succes. And surely, upon getting to the destination you won't like to stop, but you will have to do like Herman and Cande did upon arrival in Alaska. And you'll get there moved to tears and jump with them celebrating, knowing that dreams are possible if one day you begin.

Lonely Planet Buenos Aires Encounter (Best of)

What Will Your Buenos Aires Encounter Be?

Perfecting your tango moves at an elegant old-world dance hall, Digging into an enormous steak at one of BA's famed grill restaurants, Wandering the cobbled streets of quaint, bohemian San Telmo Braving the rowdy Boca fans at a futbol match at La Bombonera stadium Sampling some of Argentina's famous Malbecs at a casual wine tasting Staying up all night dancing at a thumping Costanera Norte nightclub.

Argentina (Eyewitness Travel Guides)

Whether you are planning to visit a city, a region or a country, DK's foolproof 'Eyewitness' approach makes learning about a place a pleasure in itself. All the traditional guidebook subject matter is covered-descriptions of sights, opening times, hotels, restaurants, shopping, entertainment, phrase books etc- but, with the help of specially commissioned illustrations and maps, DK makes essential information easy to access and quick to absorb. No other guides explain the history of a place as clearly in words and pictures. DK Eyewitness Travel Guides-the best guides ever created.

Argentina's vibrant, wonderfully idiosyncratic capital, Buenos Aires, is the third largest city in Latin America, yet it is a resolutely human kind of place. Famous for its tango, football and European-style architecture, it also holds hidden gems, including picturesque cobbled neighborhoods, sophisticated shopping and some of the best and most varied cuisine in the whole continent. Cinemas and art galleries, jazz clubs and theatres, atmospheric cafés and antiques markets abound, while exercising or just lazing around in beautifully landscaped parks filled with subtropical vegetation are part of the dynamic yet laid-back porteño lifestyle.

Traveling with Che Guevara

For seven months in 1952, two young men put what promised to be brilliant careers on hold, climbed aboard a 50cc Norton, and toured large portions of South America. They worked at odd jobs to feed themselves, and for the first time met and were deeply moved by the ordinary people of their own continent. One went on to found a medical school. The other became Che Guevara. This is the first US edition of Granado's trip diary, a companion to Guevara's The Motorcycle Diaries; the newly-released film is based on both diaries.

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