As usual, the guidebook standard is set by Lonely Planet.-- Outside (USA) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Born of Chilean and Peruvian parents, Carolina Miranda grew up in California, but has lived for spells in Chile and Iran. She received her BA in Latin American Studies from Smith College, Massachusetts, and currently works as a reporter for Time. She lives with her husband, Ed Tahaney, in New York City.
It was a wonderful guide throughout my trip to Peru. Lonely planet is among the best travel guides with the Routard that you can get when travelling with a backpack.Published 1 month ago by ranna16
This book is an excellent resource for travels to Peru and is very well written. We will be taking this with us on our trip to refer to.Published on Aug. 29 2011 by BackOnTrack
I have used several Lonely Planet guidebooks, and this one doesn't disappoint! If you are traveling to Peru, this book will help you plan!Published on June 25 2011 by ekristalyn
This book is exceptional for any type of traveller. First timer or experienced backpacker. It shows you where to go and some places that could be avoided. Read morePublished on April 8 2011 by readingdevelopment