A guide to Latina America's travel destinations
Visiting South America is an exciting prospect with its vibrant, passionate culture that thrives on music and
colourful dancing. This is a vast continent of jungles, rain forests and great mountains. The continent also has
some of the world's most exciting cities and miles and miles of fabulous beaches. All of these attributes make the
region a must for a holiday.
Visitor guide to South
Bogota Tourist Attractions
The capital of Colombia offers a great diversity and rich cultural heritage,
with a host of incredible attractions. The city surely rewards its intrepid travellers who hop
across its archipelago of neighborhood to unearth its artistic and cultural gems. Here are some of
the city's most interesting attractions.
If you want to experience a true adventure, going on a cruise to Cape Horn
could be one of the most fabulous ideas. Located at the southernmost part of South America, this
legendary place will help you explore the mythical wonders of Tierra del Fuego headland.
Discover the Other Side of Buenos Aires
Delve into the other side of Latin American culture by exploring unusual
tourist attractions in Argentina's capital city, Buenos Aires. Its many holiday offerings range
from sun, sand, food, and wine to its famous South American football sentiments. It's one of the
most exciting cities in South America.
Rio de Janeiro
Located on the Brazilian coast, looking out to the South Atlantic Ocean, sits Rio de
Janeiro. It is busy, noisy and full of adventures to be had. To experience South America in full party mode, visit
Rio de Janeiro at the Carnival time, but stay in a boutique hotel so that you have an oasis of calm to return
Rio sits between lush mountains and the glorious beaches fronting the Atlantic and is a true city of the
imagination. The pulse of the samba is rarely absent from this city in which every day is a celebration. The
climate is hot all year round, with occasional rains in the summer, but the party temperature is always high.
|Gaucho is a national symbol of Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, an important part
Latin American cultural tradition.
With its fading architecture, grand boulevards and old-style cafes Buenos Aires seems like a European city
from another era. This is one of Latin America's most Exciting and popular cities, a major transport hub for
the southern part of South America. The city has two airports.
Founded in 1536 by the Spaniards with a lengthy name in Spanish, whose last two words were 'Buen Aire', meaning
"good air". Hence its name of Buenos Aires, usually translated as "fair winds".
|South Americans are known for their colourful party celebrations and
Săo Paulo is the largest city in South America. It's also Brazil's most cosmopolitan city that boasts
a pulsating nightlife, fine restaurants and an impressive cultural and arts life.
The city is very congested so the subway is the best method of getting around.The buses are very crowded.