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Travel to Argentina from home

24 – April – 2020 Summarizing the current situation in Argentina, Airports: closed until further notice. Airlines: operate only for medical flights. Hotels: almost all closed until further notice. Restaurants: Closed until further notice Transport: Urban public transport works with the obligation of masks. Visits: All National parks are closed For up-to-date information on the […]

How to Make Authentic Argentinian Beef Empanadas

Making empanadas is easier than you think! Meat-stuffed Argentinian empanadas are a necessity in the South American Cuisine. They’re eaten during holidays, at picnics, and around the campfire. This Argentinian empanada recipe is a family recipe, but the key ingredients of raisins and boiled eggs are a staple in every empanada. There are several types […]

Empanadas argentine al forno

Le empanadas argentine al forno sono davvero strepitose! Le empanadas ovvero panzerotti di pasta ripieni di carne macinata, verdure e spezie che venivano tradizionalmente preparati per festeggiare il rientro dei gauchos dalle pampas dove portavano le mandrie al pascolo per lunghi periodi dell’anno. Quest’abitudine di riempire un pezzo di pane o simili con una farcia […]

[Italian] Scopri la nuova campagna turistica argentina! Viaggia da casa tua

  24 – April – 2020 Riassumendo la situazione attuale in Argentina, Aeroporti: chiusi fino a prossimo avviso. Compagnie aeree: operano  solo per voli Sanitari. Hotels: quasi tutti chiusi fino a prossimo avviso. Ristoranti: Chiusi fino a prossimo avviso Trasporti: Funzionano I trasporti pubblici urbani con obbligo di mascherine. Visite: Tutti I parchi Nazionali sono […]

Cuenca: South America’s Leading City Break Destination

It’s under this title that the World Travel Awards recently recognized Cuenca, which has so much to offer travelers on a tight schedule. Exploring this UNESCO World Heritage Site on foot is a great way to see its countless gems: colonial and neoclassical buildings, artisanal workshops frozen in time, a flower market known as one […]

PERU: Lake Titicaca!

Manco Capac, according to legend, emerged from the cold waters of Lake Titicaca, 3,800 meters above sea level, and was the first of the Incas. Birthplace of the Incan civilization, Lake Titicaca is full of folklore and a haven of vast landscapes. Discover Puno and its surrounding scenery, glistening with plains, mountains and lakes in […]


The coasts of Costa Rica, two hundred kilometers apart, are perfect examples of sensible, high standard tourism, geared towards discovering and protecting Central American ecosystems. Bordering the Caribbean to the north-east, a one-hour flight or five-hour bus and boat ride from the capital San José, you’ll find the Tortuguero National Park. Covering an area of […]

Mexico: Exploring Unchartered Yucatán

Campeche, the region west of the Yucatán peninsula, is rich in patrimony and far from the typical sightseeing tours. Among the many gems in the region, there are two exceptional, must-see spots. Campeche, the region’s capital city and namesake, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999. It was one of the peninsula’s largest […]

Panama: The Art Of Mola

Spread out over a territory from the islands of San Blas in Panama to the Isthmus of Darien in Colombia, the indigenous Kuna ethnic group have a unique artisanal skill – the mola – now displayed in the largest museums in the world for its beauty and craftmanship. The “bird feathers” or mola in the […]