El Rincon Que No Conoces: The Lima restaurant you need to know

El Rincon Que No Conoces: The Lima restaurant you need to know

It’s a truth universally known among travellers that everyone wants to find the place no one knows about. We want to eat where no one’s eaten, drink where no one’s drank. It’s a fact that the owners of El Rincón que no Conoces must know, because the name of their...

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There’s a tear in my mojito: On second chances in Havana

There’s a tear in my mojito: On second chances in Havana

I’ve been to Cuba several times. Four, to be precise. And like most Canadians, I initially didn’t go in search of culture; I went seeking cheap rum and good times when the February blahs had taken hold of my sanity. I landed in resort zones like Varadero and Cayo Guillermo...

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The complete guide to: Mendoza travel

The complete guide to: Mendoza travel

Travelling to Argentina and checking out the sights in Mendoza? This guide will give you everything you need to know about visiting the city, from getting to and from the airport, to the music that’ll get you in an Argentinian mood, to the cool local events you should check out....

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6 free things to do in Buenos Aires

6 free things to do in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires isn’t a particularly expensive destination, but nonetheless, it’s always good to know what kinds of fabulous local experiences you can find that are free. Here are six things to do in Buenos Aires without having to spend a peso. Tour the tombs at Recoleta Cemetery Visit the graves of notable people such as...

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Things to do in: Tijuana

Things to do in: Tijuana

Looking for things to do in Tijuana? Surprise! This Mexican border city is far more than just a party town (although we’ll forgive you if you do want to stay out until the sun comes up). Here’s how to make the most out of your time in TJ, no hangover...

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Things to do in: Santiago

Things to do in: Santiago

Santiago is a city for everyone: the adventurers, the bohemians, the romantics, the artists, those who like traditions and those who like the more modern and exotic. No matter your tastes, there are plenty of things to do in Santiago that will leave you loving this Chilean city! For the...

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How to make feijoada

How to make feijoada

(Our Urban Adventures tour, Hidden Feijoada, offers a new, unexpected take on the feijoada — check out the video above for a sneak peek!) If you know Brazilian food, you’ve probably heard of feijoada, the country’s national dish. One of the most typical foods in Brazil, it is a black...

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Guide to getting around Rio de Janeiro

Guide to getting around Rio de Janeiro

One of the best ways to have a local experience when visiting a new city is by taking transportation just as the local residents do. In Rio de Janeiro — especially if you’re staying in the Southern Zone of the city — public transportation works quite well and is reliable,...

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Things to do in: Mendoza

Things to do in: Mendoza

The city of Mendoza in Argentina may be famed for two things (wine and mountains), but there’s plenty more things to do in Mendoza than just drink and take in the view! (Although we’ve included those things in this round-up, too, of course.) Here’s what you need to check out,...

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24 hours in: Santiago

24 hours in: Santiago

Headed to Chile? You’ll definitely want to explore the culturally cool city of Santiago while you’re there. With all the food, stylish shops, fun bars, and great architecture, you won’t be at a loss for things to see and do. If you find yourself with just one single day in...

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