South America is also a wonderful part of the world you have to see. There’s no better place for you to start your tour of Latin America than Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Even, from your very first arrival, you can begin the tour by driving along the famous beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana to the base of 1,300 foot Sugar Loaf Mountain. Then ascend by cable car to its summit, from where you savor spectacular vistas of the city.
If you are a shopper, you may want to browse the many boutiques and outdoor markets specializing in jewelry, leather goods, and lacework. You might also consider an excursion to the historic nearby city of Petropolis. At night, enjoying a feast of marinated meats barbecued Brazilian style while seeing a samba show is a must.
Early morning on the following day is the time for you to fly to Iguassu Falls, one of the greatest natural wonders of the world. Here you can spend your time touring this mammoth series of 275 waterfalls cascading over a precipice almost two miles wide and 250 feet deep.
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is your next destination and it will greet you with its charming wide boulevards, outdoor cafes and glittering shops. A historical place you need to visit is La Boca, the colorful district where the city was founded. At the Plaza de Mayo, you will see the president’s Pink House and the Metropolitan Cathedral before driven to the ornate Colon Opera House and stop at the Cemetery of The Recoleta, the burial site of Eva Peron.
Finish with this tango country, you’re recommended to continue your tour to Santiago. Located between the Pacific and the Andes, this Chile’s provincial capital has a surprisingly European flavor. Even though this city is wonderful, you should be more excited to take another flight to Lima, Peru, and then transfer to Cuzco. As the home of the world-renown Machu Pichu, the lost city of Incas, Cuzco also has beautiful Cathedral, Domingo Monastery, the baths of Tambomachay and the Fortress of Sacsayhuaman. While visiting Machu Pichu, you have to make sure to listen carefully as your guide recounts the many accomplishments of the Incas when you visiting the places of the ruins of ceremonial baths, towers, temples and so on.
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