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5 Must-Visit Restaurants While Vacationing in Lima, Peru

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More and more people are discovering the incredible cuisine of Peru in the U.S., Europe, and fellow Latin American countries. If you’re getting ready to make the trek to this South American country, you are bound to find your new favorite meal. From casual street fare like anticuchos and chicharones to traditional stews, there are(…)


5 Mexico City Restaurants You Won’t Want to Miss

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Mexico City is known for doing things on a grand scale, and its restaurant offering is no exception. There are quite literally thousands of options to consider when it comes to choosing your next meal out when vacationing in this major metropolis, so you may want to do a little research before you go. We(…)


4 Must-Eat-At Restaurants in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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Puerto Vallarta is one of those destinations that keeps visitors coming back for more. Those who have the chance to visit find it difficult to prolong a return, with it becoming an annual trek for the luckiest of the bunch. So what is it that attracts them? The shopping, the boardwalks, the beaches? Of course!(…)


Eat Your Way Through São Paulo at These 6 Local Eateries

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If a Brazilian vacation is on your horizon, there’s no doubt you’re at least passing through São Paulo, if not spending a few days exploring this diverse and lively city. And if you’re going to São Paulo, be prepared to eat well. From the local tradition of meat served by the skewer at churrascarias to(…)


¡Que Rico! 3 Classic Peruvian Dishes Every Kid Will Love

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Peruvian food has gained a lot of attention in the last few years, with chefs, foodies, and casual diners all starting to realize just how tasty this South American country’s cuisine truly is. From the unusual cuy (that’s guinea pig to you and me) to the elegant causa Limeña (potato, avocado, eggs, and other ingredients stacked(…)


Top 5: Don’t Miss These Incredible Restaurants in Rio de Janeiro

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Let’s be honest… One of the most exciting things about going on vacation to a faraway place is sampling the flavors of the local culture, wouldn’t you agree? If you’re planning a getaway to Rio de Janeiro, it will pay to do your research in advance and choose at least a handful of must-be-visited eateries(…)


5 Uniquely Peruvian Foods to Try in the Land of the Incas

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While most people know Peru as the Land of the Incas and home to Machu Picchu, it is quickly gaining a reputation for another facet of its culture: the food. From the perspective of a North American, some of Peru’s culinary favorites can seem a little intimidating. Roasted rodent? Skewered heart? Spicy stews so hot(…)


Traveling to Spain? Take Your Itinerary Up a Notch with 6 Essential Tourist Activities

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Spain doesn’t have to work hard to attract visitors. Its exotic and lively reputation makes it a desirable vacation destination for everyone from traveling novices to the most experienced wanderers. Passionate people, impressive architecture, out-of-this-world food and wine, an alluring mix of rolling mountains and cosmopolitan urban scenes…what’s not to love? If you’re among the(…)


The 5 Strangest Foods to Try in Russia

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If you’re the kind of globetrotter who loves to try strange and exciting cuisine from around the world, then we salute you! Here are some of our favorite culinary delights from Russia: 1. Kholodets Kholodets takes the concept of jelly we know and love from childhood parties, and brings it down a more challenging route.(…)


5 Brilliant Brazilian Drinks–Just in Time for the #WorldCup!

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If a vacation to Brazil is on your radar for this year, you’re probably focused on important things like making an itinerary, choosing your accommodations, and brushing up on your Portuguese. And while all of these are critically important, I’ve got another suggestion for you: Why not make a checklist of tasty drinks you’ll want(…)