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    How to Spend a Day in Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

    Your trip to Uruguay will never be complete unless you visit the beautiful city of Colonia del Sacramento. Colonia is one of the oldest towns of Uruguay and is a former Portuguese colony. If you have a desire to escape big city life, this is the perfect place to visit. If you are in Buenos Aries, Argentina and you are wondering if you can actually take a trip to Uruguay from here, you will be pleased to know that it takes under an hour to reach Read more
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    Best New Restaurants in Buenos Aires

    Food has always been a vital attraction for visitors traveling to Argentina’s capital. Buenos Aires is a microcosm of cultures, a wonderful amalgamation of French, Italian and Old World influences. This aspect is reflective in its food, a huge attraction for foodies from all over the world. No matter what appeals to your taste buds, this vibrant city has something to fill the plates of everyone! To prove this point, let’s take a look at some Read more
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    Know Before You Go: Easter Island, Chile

    Located among the Pacific Ocean, Easter Island is a must visit if you’re heading to Chile. The island has a total area of 63 square miles and hosts a whopping 900 amazing Moai statues, more commonly known as Easter Island Heads. Being one of the most secluded parts of the Earth, it’s also one of the calmest places on earth which makes it the ideal destination for peace loving travelers. Even if this island is largely devoid of a lot of Read more
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    What to do in Mendoza If You Don’t Drink Wine

    Mendoza, the capital of the Mendoza province, is the largest wine producer and distributor in all of Argentina. The city’s basic attraction is wine and wine tours. As much as two third of the wine produced in Argentina comes from Mendoza. However, if you think that the only attraction is wine gardens, think again. 1. Visit the Aconcauga Mountain Aconcauga National Park is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Mendoza. Home to the Read more
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    Know Before You Go: San Pedro de Atacama

    You might have heard the name of this wonderful little town, but did anyone ever tell you about the endless possibilities that lay here? Starting from the basics, San Pedro de Atacama is located in the northern part of Chile. Named after the patron saint, San Pedro, San Pedro de Atacama is built around a laid back oasis in the driest desert of the world! For all the thrill seekers, it finds the perfect venture some place between volcanoes, sand Read more
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    Best Museums in Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires, in addition to being the capital of Argentina, is also one of the most creative hubs in South America - if not the world! So it's no surprise that our city is home some truly incredible artists, museums, and exhibitions. No matter your personal tastes and preferences, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the city's bustling art scene. Here are some of the best museums in Buenos Aires to help guide your decisions the next Read more
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    Where To Ski in Argentina

    In-the-know travelers and locals alike know that Argentina's terrain is incredibly diverse. It’s home to glaciers, waterfalls, mountains, wetlands, deserts, salt flats, ocean, wine country and so much more! What's great about this is that that there is never a shortage of things to do herein Argentina - no matter time of year it is.  Although some people dream the winter - we actually look forward to it year-round. Why's that? Because Read more
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    How to Spend 24 Hours in Buenos Aires

    With a combination of Latin flair, European influence, elegant boulevards and gritty backstreets, Argentina’s capital city is worth more than 24 hours of your time - but we know that isn't always the case. Whether you find yourself in town for a short stay, during a layover, or squeezing in a little "bleisure" travel, we're here to share some recommendations and explain how to spend 24 hours in Buenos Aires. Of course, our local travel Read more
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    10 Best Bars in Buenos Aires

    Fernet and Coca-Cola may be the local favorite across Argentina, but these 10 innovate bars are seriously shaking up the game! Check out the city's top cocktail bars whipping up creative concoctions. Thanks to Argentina’s renowned Mendoza wine region, the country has earned its reputation as one of the top wine producers in the world – but Buenos Aires has so much more to offer than Malbec! While porteños (Buenos Aires locals), Read more
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    How to Spend 24 Hours in Santiago

    Planning a getaway to Santiago, Chile's largest and capital city? Santiago is a vibrant city that sits in a valley surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The metropolis is energetic, sophisticated, and bursting with life. The destination is becoming more and more popular, and it's not hard to see why. Our local travel experts at Say Hueque have created multiple different tours and travel experiences ranging from four days to nearly two Read more
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    Top 5 Reasons to Honeymoon in Patagonia

    Situated in the geographic south spanning across Argentina and Chile, Patagonia is one of the most unique places in South America. From the snow capped Andes Mountains to the numerous glaciers and lakes found within, the Patagonia region is a traveler’s paradise. Each year tourists from all over the world flock to Patagonia to experience it for themselves what find out first hand what makes this romantic place so special. Aside from Read more
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    National Wine Day in Mendoza

    Wine enthusiasts rejoice, because today is National Wine Day! While it's unclear when and how this unofficial holiday first began, there are plenty of people around the world who celebrate regardless of its origins. To see social media content from years past, simple search the #NationalWineDay hashtag on your favorite social media platform (there are currently more than 70,000 posts on Instagram alone)! [caption id="attachment_1824" Read more