Trujillo is one of the Andean states that belongs to Venezuela, although its capital is the homonymous Trujillo, it has the uniqueness that its most important events take place in Valera, its most commercial and populated city, where tourism is focused and stands out for the kindness of its people. As a resident, I can …More
The capital of the Incan Empire, Cusco, was known during those times as “the navel of the world” due to its importance and location in its vast territory.
This is a city of contrasts, harmoniously blending Andean and European architecture and art styles, philosophy, and traditions. A city where, among so many highlights, even sitting on …More
Travelling is one of the things that make our lives happier and more memories to tell, and it allows us to see how wonderful we consider common. If you are looking for a great destination to have an adventure, Merida is a wonderful choice. Merida is located in Venezuela and is part of the Andes …More
The Colombian capital, Bogota, is a city with a lot to offer. While you take a walk through its streets, you will notice how the past and the modern are combined.
The whole country knows Bogota as “La Nevera” (The freezer) because of the weather: it is cold and cloudy throughout the year.
If you happen to …More
Caracas is the capital city of Venezuela. During the last century it was considered a city of the future. This is due to its architectural variety and those who visited it said it was an American version of Paris. But in 2020, what is Caracas?
This city has remained trapped in its history. Caracas offers visitors …More
Life in Rio revolves around the beach, and no visit to the cidade maravilhosa is complete without visiting the famous sands of Ipanema and Copacabana. On Sundays the beachside road is closed to traffic from Leblon, at the far end of Ipanema, to Leme, at the far end of Copacabana, allowing visitors to stroll …More
Buenos Aires is the most important city in
Argentina and one of the most beautiful in all of South America.
With a culture forged based on the union
between “gaucho customs” and the culture brought in later years by
Europermigrants, Buenos Aires ends up being a melting pot. A melting pot of
races that, however, takes beautiful qualities from many …