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Patagonia Travel Guide 2022-2023 - cover

Patagonia Travel Guide 2022-2023

Gerardo Bartolomé

Publisher: Ediciones Históricas

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Summary

An updated travel guide, written by locals, thought out to be an important tool to plan a trip to Patagonia. Includes different ideas, combinations and itineraries according to the traveler's available time and budget as well as thorough useful information in addition to more than 90 inspiring photos and more than 40 incredible 360 pictures that take you to each place before actually going there. 
A "must" to start an unforgettable trip with an unforgettable planning experience.
Available since: 06/28/2022.
Print length: 176 pages.

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