One of the neighborhoods that has the most tourist potential today in Buenos Aires is definitely Puerto Madero. This beautiful urban are is futuristic, innovative, well-planned, and modern. Currently, there is a large housing
Who wouldn't love to explore the Paris of 50 or 60 years ago, or the Paris of the 19th century inhabited by writers and artists from around the world?
Two places where artists like Picasso, Modigliani, Pissarro, Van Gogh, Matisse,
It's very particular, and the strangest thing is that it's in the center of London. It's near Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly that are traditionally very English, and then suddenly you find yourself in these 4-5 streets that take you
This exciting place offers A feeling in the air that is nice and colorful, and radiates good cheer to represent a typical city neighborhood. You couldn't got to Buenos Aires without visiting the La Boca neighborhood, both for its
I loved Nyhavn. It wasn't what I was expecting (major tourist attraction, tons of tourists, bars and traffic). It was really calm like it had just woken up, serene and quiet, full of light and color.
It wasn't difficult to imagine
The essence of Rome's charm lies in its historic ruins and architecture, two facets of the Eternal City which continue to seduce and enchant thousands of visitors.
Aside from the city's imperial highlights, a certain Etruscan
Walking in the spring through this wonderful district of Seville is a real pleasure for the senses. The eye is caught by the colours ranging from white of the whitewash to the green of the flowerpots, gardens...
At each step, we
"Take the number 28 tram and stroll through Alfama ...", a friend and fellow traveler told me before I left for Lisbon. The truth is I didn't take it because it seemed like more of a touristy route (at 3 euros each, by the way) than
Located in the "fregusia de São Nicolau" next to the banks of the Douro River, it's part of the historic district of Porto and considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The "Cais da Ribeira" is one of the oldest squares in the city
I went to Havana with my family and grandparents this past summer! it was an amazing trip! We took a tour bus to old Havana and surrounding areas. This is by far my favourite picture. This is my nonna. She is the backbone behind my
You must visit this neighborhood if you visit Amsterdam. The area with the girls are narrow streets with some red lights on the doors, that are like cabins. WHen I went (last Christmas), they were cheeky, so I recommend that you have
This city can be called very colonial, with its streets frozen in time. The structures are living history. There's a lot of life, tourists from around the world in one place, many blocks to go and unparalleled cold weather gives a
When we arrived on the first day in Shanghai, we were surprised that it was so modern. We had just arrived from Sydney and our stay in Shanghai was totally different. Although we knew it would be very cold, we knew that Shanghai was
This is one of the most popular districts of Tokyo due to it's noise and movement. It's full of young people going there to buy their clothes and going out. It is an area that you should visit without fail if you visit the city. You
It is a quintessential bohemian neighborhood. A place for geek souls the world over. A commercial neighborhood specializing in gadgets, comics, manga, anime, video games, computers, dvds ... It is the perfect place to stroll and spend
New York, and by extension, the United States, has been populated by large waves of immigration. For a time, there were many Italians in the city. So many, that they ruled their own neighborhood and filled it with their customs and
Shinjuku is like something out of a science fiction movie. It’s densely packed full of people, neon lights, and modern skyscrapers, but it also has its more homely corners. There’s too much to do here for me to describe in one
In the old part of Leon, the Wet District is the area that collects all the gossip of the city, especially the San Martín Square, where you can taste the typical products. Jerky, black pudding and hash. Along with local wines or beers
One of the busiest streets in South Beach is Ocean Drive. And it's not only busy but quite eccentric, too! Here you'll find hotels, bars, restaurants and nightclubs, with art deco architecture and neon lights. A popular location in a
The Gion district is magical with its low wooden houses and its narrow streets preserve the classic Japanese style, as if he was still in its heyday, almost 300 years ago. Although the neighborhood has been around for 500 years (at
Located at the strategic intersection of the famous Miami Beach and downtown Miami, Bayside Marketplace is a great shopping center a few hundred meters from the port. Originally built to accommodate the many visitors who arrived on
If there is a place in Mexico City where we can get lost in time it is Coyoacán. On a bright sunny January morning I discovered Coyoacán. I walked through its streets and visited its beautiful squares. I watched people passing through
The Cancun hotel zone is one of the most wonderful places I've been to since there is excellent accommodation that is both cultural and historical. There is a tremendous amount of hotels that are in this area and most importantly,
This small neighborhood known locally as the Santa Cruz neighborhood, is, in my opinion, the best part of Alicante. It’s the only place where you can taste a part of Alicante’s past. The houses are all a bit ramshackle and bundled
In the north of Santiago, is the El Golf area. This part of Santiago seems to be entirely European. It has large avenues surrounded by huge office buildings, American franchises which crowd the streets and people in suits walking down
Christiania is a seemingly lawless neighborhood of Copenhagen where everyone can do whatever they want, but always with respect for others and a few small rules. Within there is a really beautiful park. There are certain areas where
Pudong is Shanghai's financial center where you can find some of the most beautiful skylines in the world ... It´s the area with the most skyscrapers per square meter in the world . At night it´s impressive to see. One tip I give is
Chelsea is one of the most beautiful and luxurious neighborhoods in London. Here you will find King College, which is one of the most prestigious schools in the world. The sidewalks of the streets are lined with trees that, at this
Mariano "Chorrojumo" Fernandez, born God knows when and died in 1906, self-proclaimed "King of the Gypsies," idealized prototype of the gypsy patriarch, king of clan brawls, offering nothing more than his own persona, profiting from