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For today’s savvy traveler, where and what you eat is as important as to where you stay and play. So, if the dish is big on your list, here are three decadent yet different directions to head in, in Europe, Asia, and Central America.
From the legendary Spanish quest for the fabled “El Dorado” city of gold to the buried cities under Lake Titicaca, the mysteries of ancient Peru have fascinated explorers, treasure hunters and conquistadors over the last 20,000 years.
By Christopher A. Pape If you’re going to take a Cruceros Australis trip to Cape Horn, you’ll either begin or end the cruise in Argentina. While there, don’t miss your chance to see South America’s largest and most cosmopolitan city—Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital city, a place that reflects a rich and widely diverse European heritage.…
Unplugging from technology for a week and connecting with one of the most stunning places on the planet, travel writer Janis Turk took a top bucket-list trip to Cape Horn.
Guatemala is one of those rare countries where time seems to stand still. The Mayan way of life has been preserved from their customs to the traditional dress and has not succumbed to the homogenization of the Western world.
Like any strategic free trading port city, Panama City embodies the flashy displays of new money wealth with the glitz and glamour of shimmering skylines, fancy cars and a renowned nightlife of developed international metropolis sister cities like Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore.
By:Travelin’ Gal Maxine Albert Some destinations are so special and magical they stay with you long after you’ve returned home. Peru is one of those places. This gem of a country has diverse, stunning topography, fascinating cultures and is a foodie paradise, voted best culinary destination at the 2012 World Travel Awards. A growing number…
As the world begins to discover Mendoza, Mendoza begins to discover the art of luxury hospitality. For years, the region has been wooing travelers from around the world with its lush, full-bodied red wines.
The recent launch of Jet Blue’s direct flights from JFK to Cartagena is great news for New Yorkers. Now jetsetters and all aficionados of vibrant, romantic locales can travel seamlessly to this favorite haunt of well-heeled Latin Americans in just over four hours.