Formerly part of the legendary 'Travellers' Bible', this new edition of Footprint's guide to Central America has been extensively researched and updated. Taking you along the Ruta Maya, through beautiful colonial cities and sleepy villages, to deserted beaches and lush rainforests, it provides recommendations for all budgets on where to eat and sleep, as well as the low-down on the region's best fiestas and adventure activitiesExtensive listings for all budgets Includes information on how to get there and how to get around plus carefully planned itineraries to help you have the best possible experience whether you’re traveling for a week or a month The heart of the guide is divided by country and region, giving comprehensive information on Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama Each country and region has an overview map which includes ‘Don’t miss’ destinations, local information on how to get around and detailed street maps where relevant Detailed listings on where to sleep, eat and play are provided for every destination within each country, enabling you to have an even better travel experience. With activities galore, ruins aplenty, year round sunshine and amazing food and drink there is something for everyone and Footprint’s Handbook will help you see and experience the real Central America.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Series:||Footprint Handbooks Series|
|Edition description:||Nineteenth Edition|
|Product dimensions:||4.70(w) x 7.10(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Richard Arghiris first visited Latin America in 2003, when he travelled between the capitals of Mexico and Panamá. Richard has since become a regular visitor to the Americas, writing and researching content for guidebooks, magazines, newspapers and websites. Richard has lived and worked in Amsterdam, Brighton, London and at sea. Aside from Latin America, he has travelled widely in Europe and the United States, and is currently based in London where he works as an author and freelance journalist and is on the road whenever it calls. Check out Richard's blog from Nicaragua, interamericana.co.uk.