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The Capital Cities of South America!

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From charming colonial old towns to modern metropolises, there’s a capital city for everyone in South America!   Argentina – Buenos Aires Let’s start with what is arguably the greatest of all the capital cities of South America, Buenos Aires! It’s a huge place, with a population of nearly 20 million – nearly half of

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Our Top 5 Hotels in Buenos Aires

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Located on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, Argentina‘s huge capital city, with a population of over fifteen million, has a lot to offer. Buenos Aires has a strong European influence, evident in its architecture and culture, and is often referred to as the “Paris of South America”. With a huge selection of museums,

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Our Top 5 Hotels in Lima

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If you’re visiting Peru chances are you’ll be passing through Lima at some point, and with its fantastic museums, superb restaurants and a whole host of cultural sights, you won’t want to rush your stay in this bustling capital city. Having undergone a huge transformation in recent years we’re sure you won’t be disappointed with

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South American football derbies - the Super Clasico

Top 5 South American Football Derbies

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If you’re a football fan then holidays in South America offer some tantalising chances to tick some of those fantasy football boxes. With this season’s Super Clasico in Argentina between Boca Juniors and River Plate coming up in May, we thought we’d take a quick look at this and some of the other great South

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Lima to Huancayo Train

Peru Central Train Service: Timetable Released

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The Central Train Service from Lima to Huancayo is one of Peru’s real undiscovered treats, and until the pesky Chinese completed the railway from Beijing to Lhasa, it was the highest-altitude passenger railway in the world. The steep climb from Lima’s historic Desemparados station up through the Mantaro Valley to Huancayo showcases some truly spectacular

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Pao de Queijo, Brazilian cheese dumplings

Vegetarian in South America

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Vegetarian in South America Being a vegetarian can be difficult at the best of times, but throw in a foreign language and a culture which seems to worship meat and it can make being a vegetarian in South America even more troublesome. Things might seem tricky for a vegetarian traveller, but fret not; this guide

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