Its large cosmopolitan capital, Buenos Aires, is centered in Plaza de Mayo, surrounded by imposing 19th-century buildings, such as Casa Rosada.
With hotels in the Orlando and Miami areas, you'll be able to enjoy all that the Sunshine State has to offer.
One of the most diverse countries in the world, it'a the only nation in the region that has coastline towards the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
It has destinations frequently visited by tourists such as Punta del Este, Piriapolis or Colonia del Sacramento.
Chile offers a diversity of landscapes and natural places. In its extensive territory there coexist deserts and glaciers, plains and mountain ranges, great lakes and rivers, lush ancient forests, volcanoes, and a native flora and fauna that even attracted Charles Darwin.
Peru is a country located in the west of South America. The Pacific Ocean borders its coastline and borders Ecuador and Colombia to the north, Brazil to the east, and Bolivia and Chile to the southeast. Its territory is made up of diverse landscapes: the valleys, plateaus and high peaks of the Andes unfold to the west towards the desert coast and to the east towards the Amazon.
Among its best known destinations are the region around Machu Picchu, including the Sacred Valley, the Inca Trail and the colonial city of Cuzco, rich in archaeological sites; in addition to the city of Lima, the capital, on the arid Pacific coast of Peru, with a preserved colonial center and important collections of pre-Columbian art.
Buenos Aires is a remarkable cultural center with numerous museums, exhibitions, conferences, art galleries, cinemas and theaters with top-level national and international shows.
Recoletta is a unique neighborhood with amazing attractions. Restaurants, pubs, shops, and green spaces make it a perfect destination.
Puerto Madero features pintoresque port warehouses that have been converted into offices, homes, entertainment venues and elegant restaurants, all overlooking the river.
Barilcohe, wonderful city located between ancient forests, snow-capped mountains and crystalline lakes in southern Argentina.
Be amazed by the power of water. Iguazú Falls are the largest waterfall system in the world, surrounded by an evergreen jungle.
Tropical beauty and Art Deco charm.
The world capital of family fun.
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Buenos Aires is a passionate and cosmopolitan city. Find out why it's called the Paris of the South.
Bogota is the capital and largest city in Colombia. It combines old and modern style, and you'll find it an ideal destination with history, fun, gastronomy, culture, business and much more.
Its beaches invite you to sightsee, rest and have fun among the refreshing breeze and warm waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Punta del Este is a seaside resort located on a narrow peninsula in southeastern Uruguay. The popular Brava beach is known for its strong waves and for "La mano", a giant 5-finger sculpture.
. Tiene ciudades coloniales que se destacan por su arquitectura y fue el lugar de victorias cruciales durante la lucha de Colombia por su independencia. La impresionante escultura del Monumento a los Lanceros, cerca de la ciudad de Paipa, celebra la batalla del Pantano de Vargas de 1819.
Bustling, cheerful, full of life and markets, Asunción is known as the Mother of Cities.
Known for its massive Carnival, which brings together artists in colorful costumes, elaborate cars, and cumbia music.
For its natural and cultural riches, Cesar is one of the main tourist destinations in Colombia.
The city and spa of the Araucanía Region, located in the south of Chile, is one of the favorite destinations for both national and foreign tourists.
Cali is a Colombian city located in the department of Valle del Cauca, southwest of Bogotá.
Due to the great diversity of landscapes offered by its territory, countryside, beaches, delta, mountains, lagoons, rivers, towns and cities, the Province of Buenos Aires is one of the preferred destinations to enjoy all year round.
Bucaramanga is the capital of the department of Santander in northern Colombia.
The starting point to embark on the route to the citadel of Machu Picchu, an impressive Wonder of the World.