High up in the Andes of Colombia, the metropolis city of Bogota oozes culture and character. While it may not be a major stop for many travelers coming to Colombia, there are some extremely photogenic parts to the city.
The beaches are magnificent and there is something for absolutely everyone. When planning a beach trip to Mexico, there are a number of things to take into consideration, including something very important: safety.
You might already know that Mexicans are enthusiastic about holidays and celebrations! And Valentine’s Day is no exception! In fact, in Mexico, the 14th of February is known as the Day of Love and Friendship, a day to show love and appreciation to the important people in your life.
Although Valentine’s Day is typically celebrated in the US and in Europe, in Chile, there are many traditions similar to those in other parts of the world such as giving gifts, dining out and also public displays of affection.
February carnival is celebrated across Mexico by many different communities and many ways. Carnival is colorful, energetic and fun, and is an opportunity to party, eat and drink with friends and family and enjoy this joyous time of year.
Veracruz is where Hernan Cortes first arrived in Mexico and established one of the country’s main and busiest ports. Now a mixing pot of cultures and traditions, the gastronomy is reflective of Veracruz’ story…
If you’re planning a trip to Chile, make sure to find time for divulging in some of the incredible local gastronomy. Try the dishes and drinks that are popular with the people who live here and discover the heart and soul of Chile’s culture.
Traveling for business can be great for visiting new parts of the world. And in Mexico you can explore major cities, mountainous landscapes, gorgeous coastlines, archaeological sites, lakes and waterfalls, the list is endless.