July is a great time to visit Buenos Aires, the weather might be chilly, but the city heats up with a myriad of concerts, festivals, and exhibitions.
As Peru’s second largest city, Arequipa sure doesn’t have the feel of a bustling metropolis; on the contrary, it is a calm, clean, and relaxing city.
São Paulo boasts excellent gastronomy, plentiful skyscrapers, noteworthy museums, around 70 shopping malls, and a myriad of cultural events all year.
Cuenca is famed for the majestic architecture of its many churches, cathedrals, cloisters, and colonial houses.
From the rugged landscapes of Patagonia and the glistening lakes of the Lake District to the skyscrapers of Santiago, its capital, there is much to see for the eager traveler.
As many natural wonders as Ecuador has to offer, it is also full of fascinating urban centers just waiting to be explored.
Often referred to as the “Paris of the Americas,” Buenos Aires boasts an eclectic mix of European and South American influences that make it a must-see on any trip to Argentina.
Buenos Aires is a dynamic cosmopolitan city boasting some of the best shopping in South America.
You should not dismiss Lima so quickly as there are a few noteworthy sites in the city and around that will be of interest to many history lovers.
Every Christmas Eve Cusco’s Plaza de Armas becomes flooded with locals participating in an ancient tradition called the Santuranticuy Market, which translates to the selling of saints.