Chefchaouen, the blue city

Chefchaouen is a small town in northern of Morocco that is famous for its peculiar tonality, a striking blue that overflows the streets. The custom was adapted by the Jewish community that emigrated in the late fifteenth century and took with them their tradition of painting buildings of that color. But why blue? For…

The Cuban Way…

  “I come from where there is a river, tobacco and sugarcane …”, this is how  the members of the group “Orishas” sing their longing for the big Caribbean island that saw them being  born; a place full of paradoxes that make it a unique destination, full of wonders that satisfy the eye and…

Colombia: unknown extremes

End of the world waterfall The adventure starts from the road that goes from Pasto to Mocoa; you cross a stretch known as “the trampoline of death,” named for being on the edge of a cliff; this makes it the most dangerous road in Colombia. The waterfall lies between the mountains that separate Mocoa from…

Where to stay in Cuba

Cuba is currently one of the most sought after destinations by millions of visitors worldwide. Did you know that this paradisiac island has a variety of all-inclusive hotels and that several of them were chosen as the best in the Caribbean? If you have not decided on where to stay, here is a list of…

Brazil, rhythm, color, passion…. And soccer

“Pan de Azucar” in the background   Going to Brazil is to face an extraordinary contrast of jungle and city. With just over five million foreign visitors, Brazil is the second destination of the international tourist market in South America. With more than 8.5 million km², and more than 200 million inhabitants, it is…

Three cities with HISPANIC HERITAGE

San Agustin, FLORIDA St. Augustine is a city of Saint John County, Florida. Founded in September 1565 by the Spanish explorer and admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, this is the oldest European city of continental United States, as well as its port. A few years before its founding the Spaniards had been exploring the…