Whether you are a culture vulture, sports enthusiast, an amateur anthropologist, or simply a lover of wandering walks, Mexico City has something for you. Beyond the more famous attractions of the Centro Historico, the options just keep growing. Get Cultured at the Museums The museums in Mexico City definitely … more »
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Mexico city is a great travel destination. Huge with a variety of activities, it has pretty much anything a capital city could offer to citizens and visitors alike. Budget travelers won’t have a hard time getting around the city. Having a reduced budget here doesn’t mean having any less fun. … more »
The ease of transportation and international number of travelers increases exponentially every year. No wonder serious questions are being raised regarding the impact travelers can have on the environment. People travel to Playa del Carmen for its natural appeal, for the beauty of its Caribbean beaches, and for the renowned … more »
When a destination is touristic, it is hard to get off the beaten path. Heading somewhere alternative is not about being cool or bragging that you’ve done something different. It is about stepping away from the obvious, doing something that relates to the essence of the place, and ultimately, enriches … more »
After more than 24 hours flying across continents, arriving to a beautiful comfortable hotel is a treat. But if you’re welcomed by a smiley person and French macarons at reception, then it’s even better! This is how we reached The Payne Mansion in San Francisco’s Sutter Street. A stunning building … more »
When we traveled to Bogota, we stayed at the Bog Hotel located in one of city’s trendiest neighborhoods, La Cabrera. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that this beautiful hotel was designed by a fellow Portuguese, Nina Andrade. The concept behind it though is inspired in very Colombian elements such … more »
Salento is the most touristic area in the popular “Coffee Triangle” of Colombia. No wonder there are so many hostels and guesthouses in town. But if you’d like to stay in a place that offers something extra than the standard hostal, Hotel Salento Real is the place to head to! … more »
Some hotels manage to transport you into another world from the moment you cross their doors. Hotel Boutique Don Pepe, in the coastal city of Santa Marta, Colombia, is definitely one of them. We arrived late at night, and although the hotel staff didn’t know what time to expect us, … more »
Explore. Discover. Feel. That is the motto of Taroa Adventures, an adventure and eco-tourism company based in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. They specialize in tailored trips and off the beaten path experiences. Focusing on a mix of natural exploration and cultural tourism, Taroa will take you where no other company … more »
With the premise “food is a cultural expression”, André and the team behind Taste Porto Food Tours organize one of the best intros to food and beverage you are likely to come across in the North of Portugal. As someone from this part of Portugal myself, I was curious as … more »