Central & South America

Central & South America Attractions

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Tahai

A trio of ahu (ceremonial platforms) lining the seafront with their backs to the ocean, the Tahai Ceremonial Complex is one of the most visited historic sites ...  Read more

Tebenquiche Lagoon

This lagoon is often visited on a trip to see Laguna Cejar and Ojos del Salar. One might think that visiting a series of desert lakes would get repetitive, ...  Read more

Trindade Beach

Like the shores of Sono, Trindade Beach requires travelers take a bit of a hike before basking in the rays of South American sun. But visitors to this quiet ...  Read more

Túcume (Valley of the Pyramids)

When comparing the ancient ruins of the world, Túcume might be the most fascinating site that most people have never heard of. Located 21 miles to the ...  Read more

Uaxactún

Uaxatún (wa-sha-TOON) is best known as the most accurate observatory in the Mayan world. The city was founded centuries before Tikal, and may well be the ...  Read more

Yaxhá

The third-largest archaeological site in Guatemala is not well known, overshadowed by the fame of neighboring Tikal. Archaeologists are only now sorting out ...  Read more

Chacara do Ceu Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 64 Reviews

Situated in a sleek, chic modernist house in Santa Teresa, Rio’s bohemian quarter, the Chacara do Ceu Museum houses part of the vast art collection of the late ...  Read more

Ruins Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 64 Reviews

Don’t let the name fool you—Ruins Park, or Parque das Ruinas in Portuguese—isn’t just some abandoned relic of a bygone era. Well, the venue had been the ...  Read more

La Candelaria (Historic Old Town)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 61 Reviews

And even today it is the cultural heart of modern Bogota’s slapdash modern sprawl: the graceful and carefully planned Spanish colonial city center, known as ...  Read more

Museo Botero

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 56 Reviews

The sensuous silhouettes and deliciously plump proportions of his subjects have become famous the world over. His presidents and prostitutes, bullfights and ...  Read more

Palermo Viejo

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 52 Reviews

Palermo Viejo is the old quarter of Buenos Aires’ largest barrio, Palermo. The old residential area is well worth visiting to stroll past grand buildings ...  Read more

Jiron de la Union

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 51 Reviews

Downtown Lima’s most lively and colorful street is pedestrianized Jiron de la Union. Lined with boutiques and stores for window-shopping, restaurants and ...  Read more

San Pedro Church (Iglesia de San Pedro)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 51 Reviews

Lima’s baroque Church of San Pedro was built in grand style by the Jesuits in 1638. The Jesuit Order’s premier church in Peru, it’s also one of the country’s ...  Read more

La Catedral Primada

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 40 Reviews

The original foundations for Bogota’s Catedral Primada, more properly called the Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, were laid in ...  Read more

Mount Monserrate

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 37 Reviews

Mists permitting, you’ll be able to see the gleaming white Basílica del Señor de Monserrate high above the city, beckoning from the thickly ...  Read more

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