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Puerto Madero: cuisine, architecture and tango

Meet Puerto Madero, the newest neighborhood in Buenos Aires The newest neighborhood in Buenos Aires is not afraid of new experiences. It boasts parks, gastronomy and design next to Río de la Plata. We will guide you among its ‘docks’ so you don’t miss anything. A fortunate (and beautiful) mistake There are mistakes that could be wonderful, like penicillin, Coca-Cola and Puerto…

Buenos Aires, the origin of a gastronomic passion

Eight out of the 50 best restaurants in Latin America are in the Argentinian capital, which is slowly becoming a worldwide gastronomic point of reference. (Warning: this article could make you hungry. Discretion advised). “I have always felt there is something I like in Buenos Aires. I like it so much that I don’t like it when other people like it. It’s…

Iquitos: Welcome to the Peruvian Amazon

Cruise through the Peruvian Amazon Iquitos is a Peruvian city, but it is not as you might think: a gigantic river, floating food stalls, colorful mototaxis and pygmy monkeys that peep out from a jungle full of life. The Peruvian Amazon experience starts in Iquitos. Iquitos is the largest city in the world without land access (it can only be reached by…

The Love Park and other romantic corners of Lima, Peru

An appointment in the Peruvian capital must include its green areas, its viewpoints and its restaurants. “Love is just a bird that wanders”, “you are above the infinite sea”, “I undress you like the one who peels a fruit”. These are some of the phrases you can read on the banks of Miraflores Love Park (Parque del Amor). Love Park, a place…

5 curiosities you didn´t know about the Sacred Valley

  The Incas settled around the Vilcanota River because of its agricultural possibilities. Now converted into one of Peru’s main claims, this land hides many other treasures. Author: Juana Reyes Vilcanota, the star river The Incas loved astronomy and everything that had to do with the sky and constellations. Surely, that is not something new, but did you know that the Vilcanota-Urubamba…

Rio de Janeiro: following the soccer route

Soccer transcends sport in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is an overwhelming feature of the brazilian identity present from the televisions in the bars to the matches improvised in the brazilian beaches. Follow your mark through the favela tournaments, the legendary Maracaná stadium and the newly opened Soccer Museum. Not only the sea breeze and bossa nova will seduce you on the…

Ushuaia: The World´s end?

Where do we go now? To the south. The very south. As south as you can imagine. At the end of the Andes and Patagonia. So south that it is the gateway to Antarctica. So far south that the title of “the world’s end” has accompanied him since the first white men landed on its shores, beyond the 19th century. In that…

Quick guide to visit the Colombian Caribbean

If you need a good vacation, we have the ideal destination: Colombia. Few hours are enough for you to fall in love with this country, although you would need several lives to discover all the secrets that it hides. To make your task easier, we tell you some curious facts about Cartagena and San Andrés. Author: Eugenia Fernández The Sea of Seven…