Buenos Aires Essential Guide
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An insider's guide to the best of BA ✭ Sophisticated, seductive, surprising, Argentina’s capital is a city where every second counts – and the Buenos Aires *Essential* Guide ensures that you don’t miss a beat. Written by an experienced travel writer and a Buenos Aires expert, the app is filled with insider tips on the city’s top hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs and attractions. So if you want to learn to tango, eat the world’s finest steak, watch a superclassico football match, follow in Evita’s footsteps, ride horses with the gauchos, or simply sip a cafe con leche and soak up the atmosphere, let us show you how.
*What’s inside the app?*
More than 220 entries and almost 1200 photos
Free updates and additions – for life
A detailed guide to the city’s best hotels, hostels and B&Bs
Where to eat, drink and dance, whatever your budget
Entries on all the city’s key neighbourhoods and attractions – as well as many gems that lie off the tourist trail
Day trips and weekends away – from tranquil colonial towns to rural estancias
Offline maps – so no roaming charges
Easy navigation and complete text search capability
Distance from – and estimated taxi fare to – your destination
*What the experts say*
“This app brilliantly guides you through the baffling labyrinth of Buenos Aires’s barrios. Expertly covering every aspect from tango to tearooms and dulce de leche to discotheques, it demonstrates remarkable depth of knowledge combined with a whimsically subjective approach to Argentina’s beguiling capital.”
Andrew Benson, co-author of the Rough Guide to Buenos Aires
“The handy sort function and accompanying interactive maps with tips for getting around make this app a perfect complement to - or replacement for - standard Buenos Aires city guides. More up-to-date info and better recommendations are tough to come by.”
Elizabeth Gleeson, NileGuide.com Local Expert for Buenos Aires
"I couldn't recommend it more to tourists heading to Buenos Aires for the first time. All the vital information you need is condensed - good tour guides, meeting points, what to do in an emergency. It will allow you to plan your holiday in a matter of twenty minutes."
The Argentina Independent
★ About the Authors ★
After falling in love with the city on her first visit in 2008, Sioned Jones later decided to leave her London home and relocate to Buenos Aires. An avid traveller, linguist and photographer, she initially worked for South American Explorers, taught English and volunteered for a local NGO. She now works in the language industry. Her photos have been published in Time Out Buenos Aires.
A travel writer, journalist, editor and photographer, Shafik Meghji first travelled to Buenos Aires in 2004 and now divides his time between there and London. He is a co-author of the Rough Guides to India, Nepal, Chile and Bolivia, and a contributing author of the Rough Guides to Paris, Egypt, the Baltic States, and Central America on a Budget. His reviews and photos have been published in Time Out Buenos Aires.
★ About Sutro Media ★
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
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