Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world. A trip from the North all the way down to the South is almost 2,300 miles long. For years, I called Buenos Aires my home, and I made my way through this immense country several times. Its diversity left a big impression, and I absolutely fell in love. This fantastic country has so much to offer. In this article I’m sharing 9 places you cannot miss when traveling through Argentina.
Lima is the capital of Peru, with more than 10 million inhabitants. Like many South American cities, Lima is a city of contrasts. In this article I’ll show you, why you definitely should spend some time here. With these tips in your pocket, you will experience the city the best way!
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Things to do in Bogota Colombia | 25 tips to get the most out of your stay
Bogotá is the capital of Colombia and for most travelers a first introduction to the country. The city has a lot to offer and it’s worth to spend a couple of days here. Discover my personal tips for the best places to visit and things to do in Bogota Colombia and its surroundings. To get the most out of your stay in this bustling capital.
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Best museums in Lima Peru | 7x tips for a cultural experience!
Lima is a city that isn’t very appealing and attractive to many travelers. Many people use the city as a place to start or end their journey through Peru. I think this is a pity because it’s really worth to explore this mega-city a bit more. Especially when it comes to art and culture. From beautiful Pre-Columbian art to exhibitions by modern artists and photographers: Lima has a large number of interesting museums. And art is a nice way to understand more about a country and culture. Discover my favorite art places and the best museums in Lima Peru in this article.
Have you ever heard of a city called Potosí? A Bolivian city known for its mines and tragic history? It’s hard to imagine that this city once belonged to one of the richest and largest cities in South America, because of its flourishing mine industry. But today there is not much left. In this article I’m taking you to the almost exhausted mines of Potosí, a miners-market and the lord of the underground.