Japan’s Spectacular Takayama Matsuri Festival

October 9, 2017 - Sin comentarios

We arrived before 10 am, and our VIP group was hastily ushered to seats arranged right in front of one of the main yatai – a festival float on wheels, presented before Sakurayama Hachiman shrine, the main protector of the city since its enl...Leer más

Magical Mérida, Capital of Mexico’s Yucatan

October 6, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Vladimir Korostyshevskiy Founded just 50 years after Christopher Columbus' arrival in the Americas, the capital of Mexico’s Yucatan state has since 1542 has been a city thriving with beauty, culture and history. Yet compared with the Yucatan Penin...Leer más

A Half Century of Sitges’ Fantasy Film Fest

October 5, 2017 - Sin comentarios

  Catalonia's iconic holiday city by the sea, just 45 minutes south of Barcelona, is known for its sun, sand, and quaint whitewashed architecture. But Sitges has also developed quite a festival scene, and the doyen of said scene reache...Leer más

In Buenos Aires, i Latina Is a Pan-Latin Foodie Phenom

September 15, 2017 - Sin comentarios

i Latina Beyond tango, cafés, culture, exciting nightlife, and parrillada (classic barbecued beef), Argentina's capital has been sprouting an impressively diverse foodie scene, with fine dining running the gamut of world cuisines. But in this div...Leer más

Lights…Camera…Rio!

September 8, 2017 - 1 comentario

Marinelson Almeida Despite Brazil's current crisis, visiting Rio de Janeiro remains an amazing experience, thanks to its setting, its attractions, its traditions, and its overall vibe. It's a mix which has attracted many a filmmaker over the decad...Leer más

Why Uruguay? For Starters, So Much to Choose From

July 21, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Cristian Menghi Seashore or mountains? Countryside or beach? Big city or charming small town? This charming little country neighbouring Argentina and Brazil near the bottom of South America packs a lot of variety into its borders, a mix of dynamic u...Leer más

News from Peru’s Machu Picchu Visitors Need to Know

July 13, 2017 - Sin comentarios

    ustung One of the world’s most romantic and dramatic ancient archaeological sites, Peru’s spectacular “lost city of the Incas” up in the Andes a three-hour train ride from Cuzco, Machu Picchu has become so popular that in effect it’s...Leer más

An Awesomely Unique Morocco Music Festival

June 30, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Fabio Gismondi As the summer advances, it's heating up in Morocco not just temperature-wise but culture-wise, too. And one cultural landmark unique in all the world - and celebrating its 20th edition this year - is the Gnaoua World Music Festival, o...Leer más

Alicante, Spain Goes Wild for St. John’s Eve

June 24, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Pexels It's an undeniable trait of the Spanish national character that most everyone loves a festival. You can safely say that approximately every other week (if not every week) there is a festival, feria, or fiesta somewhere in Spain – including ...Leer más

12 Top Archaeological Sites of Mexico’s Yucatan

June 15, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Progettocrema Some of the world’s most famous ruins can be found in this expansive, steamy lowland peninsula covering the southern Mexican states of Yucatán, Campeche, and Quintana Roo (as well as, many people don’t realise, northern Belize...Leer más

This post has no comments.

Publish a comment

We would love to hear your thoughts, but first you should know that all comments are moderated, and will not appear immediately on the page. Please avoid personal criticism, rude comments, direct attacks or personal ridicule, or insulting epithets of any kind, be they against the authors, any other commenter or the company that owns this page. You have the right to comment anonymously, but please do not use anonymity to tell people things you would not say in person. Try to maintain a comfortable environment in which people can comment without fear of being insulted or disqualified. Do not comment repetitively on the same topic, much less with multiple identities or impersonating other commenters. Also, make sure that your opinions are related to this post. Comments that are off-topic, promotional or do not comply with these basic rules will be deleted.

Leave a Reply

He leído y acepto las condiciones de uso y la política de privacidad. (Requerido)