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Where We’d Travel If Money Was No Object

Traveling is eye-opening, fun, and breathtaking, but let’s face it: It can be hard on the wallet. So while we’d love to jet off to the Maldives for a two-week stay at an expensive resort, or go on an around-the-world cruise, that’s not always doable. For a minute though, we suspended disbelief to imagine where…

5 Best Day Trips From Buenos Aires

Diagonal Norte, Microcentro, Buenos Aires/Oyster Translated as “fair winds” or “good airs,” Buenos Aires enchants anyone who visits. Between the manicured plazas, 19th-century architecture, modern art museums, trendy boutiques, and buzzing restaurants, there’s plenty to do in this cosmopolitan capital. Known as the Paris of America, travelers tend to marvel at its European likeness. The…

The Best Time to Visit Patagonia

Travelers who venture to Patagonia have to be more mindful of seasonal changes than most visitors to South America. The region encompasses about one-quarter Chile and three-quarters Argentina, and is home to everything from barren plains to coastal regions to some of the world’s tallest mountains. In the winter (June and July), the average temperature…

Argentine vs. Chilean Patagonia: Which One Is Right for You?

Juan Manuel/Flickr If Patagonia has been on your bucket list forever, you’re not alone. However, as we’ve already told you, the region is massive and exploring it all on a standard-length vacation is nearly impossible. Given the cost and time associated with traveling in Patagonia, it essentially comes down to a choice between Chile or…

Your Guide to Patagonia: 8 Places You Can’t Miss

To call Patagonia a place of extremes is a cliche that’s also an epic understatement. This wind-swept and wild region spans Argentina and Chile — from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans — and includes everything from barren plains to wildlife-packed coastal regions to some of the world’s tallest mountains. Part of the reason that…

7 Incredible Hot Springs in South America

The Pool at the Rio Quente Suíte & Flat III/Oyster Natural hot springs are found all across the globe, from the Yukon Territory to Tuscany, from Budapest to Bali, from Iceland’s Blue Lagoon . . . the list goes on. The South American continent is a major, ahem, hot spot for geothermal pools and springs…

Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Around the World

What originally started as a celebration of the marriage between King Ludwig I and Princess Therese in Munich in 1810 is now an international party that involves beer, sausage, sauerkraut, and more beer. But while Munich may be the birthplace of the event, which runs through some of September and most of October, many German…

7 Bucket-List Drives You Have to Take in Your Lifetime

When you’re traveling, driving offers a chance to slow down and let everything you’ve experienced up to that point sink in. And then there are the drives that you travel specifically for — drives that reveal incredible natural phenomena, a palpable sense of history, or just beautiful scenery. Whatever your reason for hitting the road,…