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Central & South America Attractions

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Braulio Carrillo National Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 41 Reviews

The vast protected forest of Braulio Carrillo National Park may be divided by one of the nation’s busiest highways, but this just means easy access for ...  Read more

Bridge of Sighs (Puente de los Suspiros)

If you’re looking for an atmospheric spot to watch the sunset in Lima, there are few lookouts as romantic as the Bridge of Sighs (Puente de los Suspiros), the ...  Read more

Bridge of the Americas

The Bridge of the Americas spans the Panama Canal, which is perhaps the most important public works project in history. Made of steel and reinforced concrete, ...  Read more

Brüning National Archaeological Museum

During the late 19th and early 20th century, German archaeologist Hans Heinrich Brüning Brookstedt devoted his life to Northern Peru. For decades, ...  Read more

Buenos Aires Cruise Port

Often referred to as “the Paris of South America,” Buenos Aires features chic neighborhoods, world class museums and nonstop shopping. With French, Spanish and ...  Read more

Buenos Aires Zoo

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

With over 350 different animal species and an acclaimed exotic breeding program, Buenos Aires Zoo is the go-to place for urban wildlife spotting, hitting ...  Read more

Cacheuta

Argentina’s hot-spring spa town of Cacheuta has been a popular Andean resort since the early 1900s. Hot springs are a feature of the Andean foothills, and ...  Read more

Cachi

Cachi, a tiny pueblo of only 5,000 people in northwestern Argentina, offers visitors a blissfully quiet base for exploring the Calchaquí Valley and ...  Read more

Cachoeira Toboga

This incredible waterfall in the heart of the rainforest is just 30 minutes outside Paraty. Its one-of-a-kind natural waterslide sends travelers shooting down ...  Read more

Cafayate

The town of Cafayate and the region that surrounds it have earned the nickname “Tuscany of Argentina” for its position as the nation’s second major wine ...  Read more

Café de los Angelitos

3 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

Think of Buenos Aires and you think the tango. Café de los Angelitos and its evenings of dining and performances roll everything iconic about Buenos ...  Read more

Cahal Pech Maya Site & Museum (Cahal Pech)

Located just a mile from the town center, Cahal Pech is a small but significant archeological reserve that can be visited in a couple of hours. The site, ...  Read more

Calchaqui Valley

The Calchaqui Valley in northwestern Argentina is one of the country’s most spectacular natural wonders—an often overlooked gem replete with picturesque ...  Read more

Callao

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Located just up the coast from Lima, the seafront town of Callao has been Peru’s most important port since the colonial era and remains the capital’s ...  Read more

Calle Jaen Museums

There is a certain amount of irony surrounding the Bolivian street of Calle Jaen. Considered to be the best example of a colonial street in the capital city of ...  Read more

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