Articles tagged with: south-america
Yesterday Air Europa launched a new flight route to Lima, Peru.
Bogota, in Colombia, has been named the ‘music city’ by UNESCO General Director Irina Bokova – in recognition of the city’s growing music industry and the importance of music in local culture.
Today, FIFA announced the creation and location of public viewing spaces for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
On the Go Tours has launched a new travel programme encompassing a series of trips in Central America, Mexico and South America designed to suit adventurous travellers.
Travellers looking for an adventure holiday idea this year can plan a trip to South America to join in with a centenary celebration at the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu in Peru.
British Airways will boost access to Brazil this year by boosting the frequency of its flights from Heathrow to Rio de Janeiro.
Singapore Airlines yesterday (March 28th) commenced what it describes as "a new chapter" in its history, with the introduction of its first flight route to South America.
This year sees the 100th anniversary of Hiram Bingham's discovery of the stunning ruins of Machu Picchu.
The Peruvian government body that manages the Inca Trail has implemented a new system for issuing permits, prompting criticism from tour operators.
Tambo del Inka resort and spa in Valle Sagrado, Peru, is now offer rail services to the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu, one of the country's most famous tourist attractions.
Oz-Bus is offering a new holiday idea for adventurous travellers – an 83-day journey in South America that will end with the Rio de Janeiro Carnival.
Award-winning film director Francis Ford Coppola has opened up his Buenos Aires townhouse to visitors.
Here are my top 10 places to have a fail-safe amazing New Year's Eve holiday:
Escape the cold with a winter sun city break for a taste of urban culture and some much-needed vitamin D.
Four celebrities will follow in the footsteps of the hundreds of thousands of people who visit Peru every year by hiking to the country's ancient site of Machu Picchu.
Cruise holidays are making a mass comeback. Gone are the days when all they offered was lazy nautical luxury and a brief glimpse of a few overpopulated ports.
With the height of the trekking season about to get underway in Peru, travellers' are being offered an 'alternative Inca Trail' from specialist overland and small group adventure tour operator, Dragoman.
<a href="http://www.voyagesofdiscovery.co.uk/" target ="_blank">Voyages of Discovery</a> have announced their Grand South American Discovery tour, which allows travelers to experience the continent's varied landscapes by ship.
Argentina will celebrate its <a href="http://www.en.argentina.ar/_en/culture/C1956-the-bicentennial-year-starts.php" target="_blank">bicentennial</a> next week, with the whole nation joining the party in Buenos Aires.
Sarandon at Macchu Pichu reopening
Gap Adventure's highly popular Create Your Own Adventure contest is back again this year and best selling author Patricia Schultz is on board as one of the judges.
It would reportedly cost Ã‚Â£29,291 and just over 123 days to visit all one hundred wonders of the modern world.
<a href="http://www.frommers.co.uk/" target="_blank">Frommer's</a> have just published a brand new travel guide entitled 500 Extraordinary Islands.
eBay has signed a new deal with Octopus Travel
This February you can attend the best party in the world at the 2010 Rio Carnival, with Brazil vacation specialist Brazil for Less.