You’ve got to hand it to The New York Times, when they spend 36 hours in a place, they really squeeze the most out of every minute. Their whirlwind visit to Bogota is no exception. This article gives you some great pointers for discovering the Colombian capital’s most exciting cafes, restaurants, museums and more. When you’re ready to go, remember LAN / LATAM Airlines Group offers daily flights from Miami, and connections to 23 domestic destinations in Colombia.
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Buying art is intimidating. But there’s no better place to get started than the Argentinean capital. Buenos Aires is a breeding ground for creative types, and the city imposes few restrictions about where and how art can be displayed – which is why the quickly developing street art scene is one of the most exciting in Latin America.
Where to pick up a piece for your own collection? If money’s no object, of course, you can just go straight to the long-established art galleries of Retiro and Recoleta. But if you’re a first-time buyer, check out these modern galleries and art events with a youthful edge – offering excellent value on contemporary and small-format works that will likely fit right into your suitcase.
Today is the first of May – autumn in the southern hemisphere. It’s one of the loveliest times of the year to be out and about in Buenos Aires, admiring the city’s vibrant street art, stepping into galleries and museums on a whim. Here are three exhibits to seek out in the weeks ahead.
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Lima is a huge city with a population of almost 9 million “Limeños”. As in any big city there are interesting things happening all around. But where to go if you have a free day? Don’t worry, I will give you recommendations on culture, gastronomy, and nature that you can enjoy walking or by bike.