Brazilians have been obsessed with soccer. The sport has its own rich lexicon, and some expressions have been incorporated into the everyday Brazilian Portuguese vocabulary, Check it out!
Fine style and historical allusion come together at this building in a leading Uruguayan resort city in Maldonado department.
Jerusalem Park Steven L. Herrmann Jerusalem Park, or Bosque Protector Jerusalén in Spanish, is an area of protected dry forest a short distance north of Quito Ecuador. Most people come to this tiny nation to experience the rainforests of the Andean...
Chile has eight Unesco World Biosphere Reserves and four World Heritage Sites. Chilean Patagonia has the lion's share of these. Trekking in Patagonia is challenging and unforgettable, with highlights including deserted rainforests, active volcanoes,...
Ecuador is a small country in South America, but it is great in much other aspects. Ecuador has jungles, the Andean Mountains and a large cost line. And of course not to forget the Galapagos Islands.
In Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro, and between the boundaries of Argentina and Brazil, there are waterfalls known as Iguazu Falls, which are unlike any waterfalls in the world.
Argentina offers the world rich history, traditions, and culture. Lets take a look at some of the fun and interesting facts that make Argentina a great country
An Argentinian admiral and an Uruguayan architect — both of them distinguished — are recalled at the Port of Buceo, Montevideo.
The Circuit Trek in Torres del Paine National Park is a 150km trek through one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Brazilian cuisine is delicious colorful and diverse, reflecting the country's mix of native and Portuguese, Italian, African, Japanese, Lebanese, German (and many more) immigrants. If you still haven’t tried a “moqueca” or didn’t even know...