Iguazu Falls are without doubt the biggest attraction in the Province of Misiones in Argentina. They are located north of the country in the national park of the same name which lies between the borders of Brazil and Argentina. The waterfalls contain almost 275 falls with an average height of 80M. In addition to the [...]
on June 4, 2011 in Travel Guides
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Punta Cana is in the east of the Dominican Republic with many resorts and many breathtaking beaches to visit. There are a lot of things to do in Punta Cana, especially if you are a beach lover, the long days in the sun and the sweet moments of relaxation provide a pleasant break from your [...]
on May 29, 2011 in Travel Guides
Santiago de Chile is the capital of Chile, and is in the urban core of a larger area called Gran Santiago. It is the headquarters of governmental, commercial and banking sectors in the country. The city is full of monuments and buildings with a beautiful history, in addition to these sights, there are many other [...]
on May 26, 2011 in Travel Guides
The Gran Sabana is a forested area located in southern Bolivar state in Venezuela at de Canaima National Park. It is located on the extension of Guyanese Massif and is one of the oldest rock formations on the planet. Contact with nature is insured, but things to do in the Gran Sabana ensure you return [...]
on May 23, 2011 in Travel Guides
Panama City is the capital of the province of Panama and the country of the same name. With almost 900 thousand inhabitants is is the most populous city and is located in the Gulf of Panama in the Pacific Ocean. The city was founded in 1519 and today houses the financial and governmental activities in [...]
on May 20, 2011 in Travel Guides
The Federal District of Mexico (Mexico City) is the capital of the federal powers of Mexico and also capital of the state of Mexico. In the state of Mexico there are approximately 25 million inhabitants and about 9 million of those are living in Mexico City. It is a city steeped in religion, symbolism and of course, there are many [...]
on May 19, 2011 in Travel Guides
Cartagena de Indias is a city in Colombia and the capital of Bolívar department. It is located on the shores of the Caribbean and since 1991 has become a popular tourist and cultural destination. During the colonial period and until 1811 it was a port of great importance to the Spanish Colony. Today, in addition to its [...]
on May 17, 2011 in Travel Guides
Paris is the capital of France and is located on the river Seine Mearne. In terms of population, Paris is one of the three most populated capital cities of the European Union, with about 12 million people. Besides being one of the largest shopping meccas in the world, is also a popular destination for tourists because of [...]
on May 16, 2011 in Travel Guides
Rome is the capital of Italy, and is located in the Central West region of the country. For many historians Rome is the cradle of Western civilization and this is evident not only in local traditions that persist in many towns in America by way of immigration but also through the ancient architecture of the [...]
on May 12, 2011 in Travel Guides
Alcalá de Henares is a city of Spain located in the center of the country, belonging to the Community of Madrid. Is about 600 meters and has about 250.000 inhabitants. Represents one of the most symbolic places for spanish language, being the birthplace of Miguel de Cervantes, author of a spanish Classic: Don Quijote de [...]
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