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AC Hotel Guadalajara
- Room and breakfast for up to two adults
- Food & beverage credit at the hotel restaurant
- Two tickets to a local entrainment center
AC Hotel Queretaro Antea
- Two glasses of wine
- Preferred discount at vineyards and local restaurants
JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City
- Breakfast for two guests daily at Xanat
- 50% discount at Pool coupon
- Mexican wine tasting for two
- Aroma kit, welcome amenity
Le Méridien Mexico City
- Daily breakfast for up two adults
- Two tickets for Museo Rufino Tamayo
- Beer welcome kit for up to two adults
Sheraton Ambassador Hotel, Monterrey
- Dinner credit at the hotel restaurant
- Tickets for paseo de Santa Lucía
Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel
- Daily breakfast for up to two adults
- 20 USD dinner credit per stay at Amici restaurant
- Two tribus tickets for the Historic Center circuit per stay
The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City
- Room and breakfast for two at SAMOS
- Private tour at Anthropology Museum
The St. Regis Mexico City
- Digital destiny guide
The Westin Guadalajara
- Tequila tasting
- 20 USD food & beverage credit
The Westin Santa Fe, Mexico City
- 20 Min Cryotherapy + Massage for one or two adults
- Glass of Wine for one or two adults
Villahermosa Marriott Hotel
- Breakfast for two people
- 300 pesos credit at Condimento restaurant
W Mexico City
- Room and breakfast for two
- TRIVVU Special menu
- Merkaba factory tour
Nearby Attractions in Mexico City
Considered the largest urban park in the Americas, the Bosque de Chapultepec is home to many historical spaces worthy of being photographed and toured, starting with the National Museum of Anthropology, which is located just 10 minutes walk from the JW Marriott Mexico City. In a tour of the trees and central gardens of Paseo de la Reforma, this Museum announces its presence with the imposing presence of the God Tlaloc, a pre-Hispanic piece of more than 4 meters high that represents the God of Rain within the Mexica and Teotihuacan culture. Within its more than 6 exhibition halls, we can find vestiges of different native cultures of Mexico.
Lincoln Park, Polanco
One of the most visited areas of Mexico City, which brings together activities for the whole family and the most awarded restaurants in the city, Polanco and its famous Lincoln Park group one of the unmissable plans for when you visit the city, the Park has an aviary, two gigantic water mirrors in its route, sculptural figures, an acoustic shell in which there are usually free concerts and best of all is that it is surrounded by ice cream parlors and world-class restaurants.
Estela de luz
A monument built to celebrate the bicentennial of Mexico’s independence, surrounded by the tallest buildings in the city, with a figure that resembles an obelisk and 40 meters high, La Estela de Luz has become a meeting point for the inhabitants of Mexico City. At night, this stele lights up, marking the urban landscape of Paseo de la Reforma.
Angel of Independence
One of the most iconic and photographed monuments in the world, the Angel of Independence stands on Paseo de la Reforma and represents the independence victory of Mexico, being the mausoleum of the heroes and founders of the nation, and the most characteristic monument of the city. Facing this, Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel offers a unique view with the best angle for a photo of “The Angel”. After a walk through this roundabout and admire its magnificence, the hotel becomes the best point to enjoy a cocktail and enjoy the best of Mexican fusion food from the terrace of its Amici restaurant, which has a direct view of the Angel and becomes a must-see photo of the city.
Monument of the Revolution
Another must-see in Mexico City is this imposing monument decorated with a gigantic copper dome and different sculptures representing the fortress of Mexico. The Monument of the Revolution is located a few meters from Paseo de la Reforma and pays tribute to the heroes of the Mexican Revolution, has a site museum that presents all the key facts of this important historical fact of Mexico and on its top floor has a 360 view of the city.
Nearby Attractions in Monterrey
Museum of Contemporary Art
Located in Zuazua and Jardón, in the center of Monterrey near many hotels and hosting a variety of artistic expressions ranging from the plastic arts to music, cinema, video and dance that make it one of the most sought after by tourists.
The permanent collection is composed of Latin American painting.
Many Mexican artists have been exhibited in the temporary exhibitions, among them: Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Hermenegildo Bustos, Julio Galán, Matthias Goeritz, Teodoro González de León, Enrique Guzmán, Ricardo Legorreta.
The museum is open to the public from 10 am to 8 pm.
Furnace Steel Museum 3
Located at the gigantic Fundidora Park, this museum has a gigantic High Steel Furnace, built in the nineteenth century and which was one of the most important in its time for the construction of modern Mexico. Today it is the main attraction of the park and its facilities have a technological museum for children and also a light show around the oven, as well as a tour of it, to learn more about its importance.
Chipinque Ecological Park
A place to surround yourself with nature nestled in the beautiful mountains that surround Monterrey is a protected area of more than 1,000 hectares, of which 300 are open to the public for outdoor activities, with hundreds of trails for walking, picnicking and also observing the passage of the monarch butterfly in its migration south.
La Pastora Park Zoo
One of the main attractions in Monterrey is this zoo located within La Pastora Park. By itself the park is ideal to rest for a while on the grass and many people leave their work to enjoy this environment and relax for a moment.
Cerro de la Silla
The Cerro de la Silla is one of the most imposing sites in the city. Thanks to its resemblance to a saddle it gets its name, special hiking and hiking activities. It is ideal for outdoor activities and to be with the whole family.
The ascent is considered quite difficult and takes about 3 hours to complete. From the top you can appreciate a panoramic view of the city of Monterrey.
Nearby Attractions in Queretaro
The Aqueduct of the city of Querétaro
The large arches of this aqueduct that protrude within the great avenues of the city, are a symbol par excellence of this capital, and without a doubt it is one of the structures that steals the most eyes since it mixes the modernity of the city, its daily life and this structure of the colonial era.
The Handle of the Corregidora
This important building keeps part of the most important history of Mexico, today converted into the Government Palace of the city, where Doña Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez warned that the conspiracy against the Spanish government had been discovered, in September 1810, supporting the independence army in its struggle.
The Temple of the Cross
Querétaro is known for housing imposing churches and buildings of religious orders of the colonial era. The Temple of the Cross tells gardens full of stories such as the tree of thorns, from which crosses are made to which miraculous powers are attributed and which are an obligatory souvenir when visiting the city.
A meeting point for most of the city’s inhabitants is Plaza Antea, a shopping center full of entertainment activities, games, concert spaces, luxury brands and spaces to enjoy the most modern area of Querétaro.
Cerro de las Campanas
In this historic place, in 1867 Maximilian of Habsburg was shot together with Generals Miramón and Mejía, thus dictating the end of the attempt of Imperialist Mexico and the triumph of the Republic led by President Juárez, today converted into a beautiful public park.
Caribbean & Central America
The Westin Camino Real
- 10 USD dinner credit per stay
- Tickets per person per stay to The Ixchel Museum of costume from indigenous communities of Guatemala
Plaza España and National Museum of Modern Art
Plaza España is located on 12th street and is one of the most emblematic places in the city. It was built in 1933, under the command of Francisco Viteri. Its main attraction is the Fountain of Carlos III, which dates from 1789 and is located in the center.
Additionally, the National Museum of Modern Art “Carlos Mérida”, originally called the National Museum of History and Fine Arts, which is located a few meters from the square, has three different wings, one dedicated to Guatemalan art in general, the permanent exhibition of Carlos Mérida himself and a space that houses temporary collections.
Also known as Parque Central, formerly called Plaza de Armas. It is one of the most famous places in the historic center of Guatemala City, where great events have taken place in the history of the country.
Its origin dates from the seventeenth century. In this square different monuments were built such as the Fountain of Carlos III and the monument to Christopher Columbus. Both later moved to different parts of the city. In addition, it is the oldest of all the squares in the city, and is surrounded by buildings of great historical importance, such as the National Palace and the Metropolitan Cathedral.
The white city is located on the outskirts of the metropolitan center of Guatemala City, it is a pedestrian city where you will enjoy walking through its cobbled streets, surrounded by European-style architecture with completely white buildings, you can explore its different districts and immerse yourself in gastronomy, Guatemalan fashion and culture. Cayala City is also home to a large expanse of green areas and artistic pieces, among them is the famous “giant of Cayalá”, one of the most famous tourist and instagrammable points of the Guatemalan capital, made by the sculptor Walter Peter Brenner, this immense The work is 18 meters long, 3 meters high and was carved from 25 cubic meters of marble.
A visit to Guatemala City should be included in your travel itinerary to tour this museum. It is the ideal place for lovers of trains and the history of transport, as it has a lot of relevant information on the subject.
The Museum is located in what used to be Guatemala City’s main train station. It’s full of fascinating artifacts, including towering steam and diesel locomotives.
Paseo La Sexta, Guatemala City
An important part of Sixth Avenue in Zone 1 or the historic center of Guatemala City is known as the Paseo de la Sexta. Initially, the street was developed to attract investment and create a place for cultural activities. Today, the street is lined with a number of eclectic restaurants, bars and cafes, as well as many shopping spots that adorn various nooks and crannies of the Paseo de la Sexta.
Likewise, the gardens and squares that exist along this stretch have become meeting points for locals and tourists. Dance, theater and other art forms find expression here every month through an initiative spearheaded by the Department of Education and Culture
JW Marriott Hotel Santo Domingo
- Breakfast for two
- Five course culinary experience
- Cacao tour
Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino
- Breakfast for two
- 15% discount on food & beverage
- Cacao tour
Established in 1498 by Bartholomew Columbus, brother of Christopher Columbus, it is considered the first and oldest city inAmerica. In 1990 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Along its narrow streets, the magnificent colonial buildings dating from the sixteenth to the early twentieth century stand out. Here you can explore the area by walking, renting a bike or getting on the Chu Chu for a walk. Exquisite dishes can be found inside its restaurants and impressive museums.
It owes its named ador its privileged location near the Ozama River. This historical monument was built by Fray Nicolás de Ovando to protect the city from attacks by pirates and conquerors. Inside you can discover mysterious tunnels and dungeons where prisoners, including Christopher Columbus, were held captive.
Alcazar de Colón Museum
This Gothic and Renaissance style palace escaped as the home of Diego Colón, son of Christopher Columbus, and his wife María de Toledo, niece of King Ferdinand of Spain. The building will transport you to medieval times, as it has authentic medieval and Renaissance furniture and objects that reflect the life of the Spanish nobility of the sixteenth century in the Americas.
Lined with palm trees and benches that show an unmissable view of the Caribbean Sea, the boulevard is recognized as one of the seven cultural treasures of the American Capital of Culture. It is perfect for a morning walk and exploring the gastronomic and entertainment offer that surrounds it.
Botanical Garden Dr. Rafael María Mosoco
It owes its name to the first Dominican botanist who wrote a catalog on the flora of the Spanish Island. Founded with the aim of conserving and studying the diverse flora of the Dominican Republic, it is considered the largest in the Caribbean. The natural paradise is decorated with palm trees, orchids and exotic plants. It is the ideal place to have a picnic or just walk along its beautiful trails.
Costa Rica Marriott Hotel Hacienda Belen
- Room and breakfast for two
- 50 USD daily dinner credit at the hotel restaurant
- Historical property tour including traditional coffee tasting and two souvenir cups
It is one of the most beautiful active volcanoes in Central America. Not only does it have one of the largest craters in the world, but it is located in the mountainous forests of the Central Volcanic Mountain Range, which is why it boasts magnificent natural landscapes: this is the Poás Volcano National Park. This place allows you to visit its attractions through a network of trails, in a cold climate tempered especially by a light drizzle that prevails most of the year.
The National Theater is a historicist architecture building completed in 1897. It is considered one of the most important buildings in national history, and the main architectural jewel of the city of San José. Its construction has a deep meaning since it represents the decision of the Costa Rican when it comes to taking action and the economic stability brought by the coffee harvest. The theater, in addition to its programming, has guided tours in Spanish and English.
The Santa Ana Wind Farms
Enjoy an outdoor picnic with an incredible view of the Central Valley and 17 giant propellers, or wind turbines, of 900 kW each, capable of producing enough electricity for 12,000 homes, a clean energy source, free of greenhouse gas emissions. greenhouse, and a place where you can appreciate nature and the country’s commitment to sustainability and care for the environment.
Avenida Escazu concentrates different qualities of large cities in the same space. Surrounded by mountains and green areas, they offer spaces for gastronomy, fashion, entertainment, services, business and cultural events. In this space you can also find the AC by Marriott Escazu, with its coveted terrace, a favorite of Josefinos, and the Residence Inn Escazu.
Starbucks Hacienda Alsace
Hacienda Alsacia is the first and only Starbucks coffee farm in the world. In it you will be able to visit an authentic plantation of the best Costa Rican coffee, become familiar with the process that passes the grain from the plant to roasting, and taste different types of coffee with delicious chocolates and a spectacular mountain view.
AC Hotel Panama City
- Breakfast for two
- Access to MUMO (Museo de la Mola)
- Tapa Sampler & two Gin Tonics per stay
JW Marriott Panama
- Deluxe Double Accommodation
- Breakfast for two guests
- Family Style Dinner at Masi
- Guided visit for two people to the Museum of Contemporary Art
Marriott Executive Apartments Panama City, Finisterre
- Breakfast for two
- Typical Panamanian snacks per stay
The Santa Maria, a Luxury Collection Hotel & Golf Resort, Panama City
- Panamanian Ceviche class at the hotel
- Private guided historic tour (5 hours)
- Room and breakfast for two
- Sustainable cocktails and snack for two adults per stay
- Private Panama City tour and access to Panama Canal for two adults
Panamá La Vieja
Among stories of pirates, rum and colonization, surrounded today by skyscrapers and urban movement, is this archaeological site, where the city of Panama was located from its foundation in 1519, until 1671. Its first name was Our Lady of the Assumption of Panama. The city was moved to a new location, some ten kilometers to the southwest, when it was destroyed after an attack by the English pirate Henry Morgan in the early 1670s. From the original city, considered to be the first European settlement on the Pacific coast of America, there are today several ruins that make up this archaeological site.
Casco Antiguo de Panamá
This is one of the most instagrammable destinations in Central America for its colorful colonial streets and open-air plazas. Casco Viejo is the name given to the place where Panama City was transferred in 1673. It is located on a small peninsula, surrounded by a blanket of rocky reefs and has numerous bars and restaurants to enjoy day or night. In 1997, the Old Town of Panama is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Biomuseo or Biodiversity Museum is a natural history museum located on the Amador Causeway. Its intention is to change the way we see, understand and conserve nature and its biodiversity. Its galleries tell the story of the emergence of the Isthmus of Panama 3 million years ago, and how that emergence united continents and divided seas, changing life on Earth. The Biomuseo is the only one of its kind in the entire region. Designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry, in his first foray into Latin America.
The Panama Canal, Miraflores Visitors
The Miraflores Visitor Center, a space where you can live a unique experience of the Panama Canal. In one place you will find different activities to get to know and enjoy the Panama Canal to the fullest. It has exhibition rooms in which the history, biodiversity, the operation of the canal and its international importance are shown. The building has three levels that allow observing the operation of the canal, the passage of ships through the locks and their movement. The ideal place to take photos and have a memory of this marvel of engineering. This tour lasts approximately 2 hours.
No visit to Panama City would be complete without a day of shopping. The city has different options of malls with stores of all categories: home, department, electronics, footwear, design, international and national brands. Some options within the city are the Multiplaza Center, Metro Mall, AltaPlaza and the new Pacific Center, which is also Pet Friendly.
- Welcome Espresso Martini
- Breakfast for two
- VIP Acess to Linner
- Tour hacienda de Cafe
Cerro de Monserrate
El Cerro de Monserrate, located to the east of the Colombian Capital District, is one of the most recognizable formations of the Bogotá savannah, as well as one of the symbols of the city. It has a sanctuary, restaurants and is surrounded by flora and fauna typical of the High Andean Forest. It can be accessed by funicular and cable car.
Catedral de Sal de Zipaquirá
Is an underground temple built on salt rock 180 meters below ground. La Catedral de la Sal is an enclosure built inside the Zipaquirá salt mines, in the department of Cundinamarca, very close to Bogotá. In the construction of this temple, 250,000 tons of rock salt were extracted. It is considered as an architectural, religious and cultural work. Inside there is a rich artistic collection, especially salt and marble sculptures.
Cafetal de la Trinidad
Just a couple of hours from Bogotá is Cafetal de la Trinidad, established in 1894, it is a working coffee and cattle farm that has been in the same family for five generations. They opened their doors in 2018 to visit the farm, the factory and enjoy a living piece of Colombian coffee history.
La Candelaria is the vibrant center of Bogotá, with iconic landmarks like a colonial-era cathedral and the neoclassical Capitol building flanking Plaza Bolívar. Narrow, colorful streets will lead you to places of cultural interest, such as the Gold Museum, with pre-Columbian artifacts, and the Botero Museum, which exhibits international art in a colonial mansion.
Museo del Oro
For all the history and art lovers, there’s a unique place you must visit, Museo del Oro. A place where you will be amazed by the more than 34,000 gold pieces, the largest collection of pre-Hispanic gold work in the world.
This place is so special that, in 2018, National Geographic magazine highlighted it as one of the best history museums on the planet. All the pieces presented have an incomparable beauty and a unique historical value that indigenous cultures such as the Muisca and the Tayrona used both in daily life and in all kinds of sacred rituals.
Hotel Paracas, a Luxury Collection Resort, Paracas
- Ballestas tour
- Pisco class in bar lounge
JW Marriott El Convento Cusco
- Buffet breakfast for 2 guests per night
- Cooking masterclass for 2 guests per stay
- Temple of the Sun Tour, 2 tickets per stay
JW Marriott Hotel Lima
- Breakfast for 2 guests per night
- Authentic Peruvian lunch for 2 guests per stay, created exclusively by our Peruvian Chef, Rafael Casin
- Museo Pedro de Osma for 2 guests per stay: the Pedro de Osma Museum is the most important private museum of Viceregal art in the country and constitutes a unique patronage effort by the Pedro y Angelica de Osma Gildemeister Foundation.
Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco
- Pisco sour lesson
- Qorichancha tour
Sheraton Lima Historic Center
- Includes breakfast for 2 guests per night
- Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI) tickets for 2 adults. The museum is located in the Palacio de la Exposicion. Inaugurated in 1961, holds a extraordinary collection of ceramics and textiles from Peru.
- 20 USD food and beverage coupon per stay
The Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center
- 15% discount on food & non-alcoholic beverages at Market 770
- Pisco experience
Nearby Attractions in Lima
Miraflores Malecon, the best view of the Pacific Ocean
A stroll along the Miraflores Malecon, Lima’s picturesque walkway over the cliffs, provides the perfect escape from all the hustle and bustle of the big city. This coastal road, which stretches for nearly six miles, runs in three connected segments along the Pacific rim of Miraflores, one of Lima’s upscale districts and a popular spot for foreign tourists.
The entire strip is a popular route for runners, skaters and cyclists, as well as couples, families or friends who simply go for a walk in the ocean air. Along the route there are many parks, sculptures and a lighthouse, so there is always something to see and a nice place to sit and enjoy the view.
You can also find options of restaurants and cafes, in which you can enjoy Peruvian cuisine, which is known worldwide for its wide variety of dishes, fusions and flavors that differentiate it from other countries.
The Magic Water Circuit
The Magic Water Circuit is a park in Lima where you can enjoy a night show of water fountains and lights. It was opened in 2007 and in 2009 was awarded the Guinness record for being the highest fountain complex in the world in a public park.
This circuit is known as Parque la Reserva and is also known as the Parque de las Aguas, being one of the obligatory activities to do in Lima.
Huaca Pucllana, centuries of history
The Huaca Pucllana is an adobe and clay pyramid located in the district of Miraflores in the center of Lima. The pyramid has seven step levels. The inhabitants of the area who built the pyramid lived from 200 to 700 AD. Huaca Pucllana itself, however, was built around 500 AD. The process of discovery of Huaca Pucllana began in 1981 and in 1991 it became a historical and cultural park.
You can get admission to Huaca Pucllana for a fairly low price, and a guided tour is also included once you get there. You can explore the step pyramid and the large walled rooms built with centuries-old bricks.
Peru has a gigantic pre-Columbian history to know. One of the best places to absorb that culture is by visiting the Larco Museum. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, this viceregal mansion has more than 40 thousand pieces of art dating back up to 5 thousand years old.
The Larco Museum is located on Simón Bolivar Avenue between Navarra and San Carlos. Larco Museum. The museum is open to the public with opening hours from Monday to Sunday (10 am to 7 pm).
Very close to Lima you can find one of the most popular beaches on the coast, it is Punta Negra. Located south of Lima, Punta Negra is a seaside resort that boasts a number of beautiful beaches. A spectacular destination for surf lovers , since its waves are among the best in the district.
Punta Negra is located at Km 45 of the Panamericana Sur. From Lima you must travel along the old Panamericana Sur to kilometer 47. There is a public transport service with a route to the south of Lima, the duration of the trip is 1 hour or saves time in a particular vehicle, whose trip is approximately 45 minutes.
Nearby Attractions in Cusco
The temple of Qorikancha was the place where god Inti (sun) paid homage to the highest Inca god. “Qori” means worked in gold, its spanish form is cori and “Kancha” means an enclosed place, limited by walls. In this way the name corresponds to a “fenced place that contains gold”.
Garcilaso recounts that inside this temple were the embalmed bodies of the children of the Sun, placed by antiquity on chairs and on gold tables. The walls were covered with gold plates and a disc was made to represent the figure of the Sun on a thicker gold plate than the others that covered the temple. At the western end it corresponds to the current drum with a view of the Avenida del Sol. Its eastern end reaches the current atrium of the church.
San Pedro Market
This is a unique and extraordinary market. At first it can give the feeling of disorder, but actually is not. The accommodation is made according to the merchandise to be sold.
Food predominates, especially corn and potatoes in all their varieties, but there are also clothes, flowers and items for all uses. You can find crafts made with guayruro and goat and cow cheeses. The grainy noise of the lima beans falling on the metal ladders is heard, the voices of the women offering fresh juices, chocolates made with cocoa from Cusco, wheat and corn bread, bouquets of flowers freshly picked from the field.
Plaza de Armas
Plaza de Armas is one of the most iconic places in the city. It is still the place of celebration of many Cusco folkloric festivals such as Santiraticuy, Corpus Christi, Holy Week and many other modern festivities such as Independence Day, Cusco Festivals, New Year, among others.
It was the religious center, home to festivals, fairs and celebrations of the victories of the Inca army. Around this plaza were built the temples and palaces of the Inca families that reigned after the founding of Cusco, but also those prior to the founding of the new capital.
From the plaza the 4 main roads of Capac Ñan (the famous Inca road system) started. Each path led to one of the 4 suyu of the empire (or Tawantinsuyu): Chinchaysuyo to the north, Contisuyo to the west, Collasuyo to the south and Antisuyo to the east.
The Cathedral of Cusco has characteristics of the Gothic, Renaissance Mannerist and Baroque. Flanked by two solid towers, the side portals are Mannerist and the central ones are discreetly Baroque. It has a rich history that can be learned through its internal tours.
It has splendid altars in Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical styles. Its carved wooden pulpit and its choir are magnificent works of Cusco craftsmanship. An important collection of paintings from the Cusco school works by Diego Quispe Tito, Basilio Santa Cruz Pumacallo, Basilio Pacheco and Mark Zapata, who created a unique “Last Supper” in which the main dish is roasted guinea pig.
Currently known as the neighborhood of artisans, a place where you can find many talented people. One of those talents is Sabino Huaman, he is a luthier, one of only two in all of Peru. He makes many instruments: percussion, string and wind. The Mendivil family is a family famous for its sculptures of religious icons such as the Largo and neck virgins.
The neighborhood also offers some of the most spectacular panoramic views of the city. In the small plaza at the top and to the right of Cuesta San Blas, is the small white Temple of San Blas, said to be the oldest parish church in Cusco.
JW Marriott Hotel Rio de Janeiro
- Local food & beverage experience at the hotel restaurant
- Sugar Loaf tour
JW Marriott Hotel Sao Paulo
- Breakfast for two
- 50 USD food & beverage credit per stay
- Two tickets for Kinoplex Premium Room at Parque Cidade Shopping
- Two popcorn and two non-alcoholic beverages
- Parking for 1 vehicle
Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel
- Room and breakfast for two
- Dinner for two at the hotel restaurant
- Two tickets to MASP Museum
- Breakfast for two at Terraço Jardins restaurant
- Two tickets to MASP Museum
Sheraton Grand Rio Hotel & Resort
- 25 USD in food & beverage credit
- Sugar Loaf tour
Nearby Attractions in Sao Paulo
MASP – São Paulo Museum of Art
MASP is the most important museum in the city in the heart of Av. Paulista and where you can enjoy the greatest artists of Brazil and the world. To relax after a day of art, behind MASP you will discover a great cafe in Mirante 9 de Julho, the Suplicy Café that only works with Brazilian beans for a perfect taste, stay until 6 pm and enjoy happy hour with a chef club, a DJ or maybe a local band.
Beco do Batman
The place is an amazing open gallery of graffiti and street art. Additionally, it also hosts a Craft Fair every weekend, starting around 9am and running until 7pm, on Saturdays and Sundays. It is also possible to visit the Choque Cultural Gallery, an urban art gallery opens to the public and new artists from São Paulo.
It is a metropolitan park and icon of the city of São Paulo. The name means “rotten tree” in Tupi-Guarani and comes from an indigenous people who occupied the region. Inside the park there are recreation areas and different museums such as Afro-Brazilian, Modern Art, as well as traveling exhibitions, forests and other attractions.
Catedral da Sé
The Metropolitan Cathedral of São Paulo is a Gothic church from 1913, open to the public every day. The responsible architect was the German Maximiliam Emil Hehl, who designed it in an eclectic style, for having several elements of different styles, such as the dome and the pointed arch, but in which the neo-Gothic clearly dominates, inspired by the great medieval European cathedrals.
A must-see for tourists from Brazil and other countries, the São Paulo Municipal Market is one of the most traditional gourmet places in the city. In the place, it is possible to find vegetables, fruits, meats, pasta, sweets, spices and imported products. The Market was inaugurated on January 25, 1933 and has 32 panels subdivided into 72 beautiful windows.
Nearby Attractions in Rio de Janeiro
Cristo el Redentor
Rio’s most iconic tourist attraction, The Christ, is the largest Art Deco statue in the world, which is remarkable in itself. What’s really impressive, though, is the fact that it’s perched on top of the 710-meter (2,330-foot) Corcovado Mountain. The statue can be reached by hiking trail, train or van.
Bread of sugar
The Bread of Sugar mountain is another unmissable tourist attraction. The peak is surrounded by the ocean and can be accessed by cable car or by rock climbing. The views from the summit provide an impressive panorama of the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro.
The city’s most well-known beach, Copacabana Beach, remains a favorite among travelers today for its long stretch of soft sand and refreshing waters. The beach is bustling with activity during the day, such as sports enthusiasts, sunbathers, and beach vendors.
Museum of Tomorrow
Built in 2016, the Museum of Tomorrow is now the most popular museum in Rio, both for its extraordinary architecture and its fascinating interactive exhibits that focus on sustainability and the future possibilities of our planet.
A former mansion surrounded by the Tijuca Forest, Lage Park is now an art school and cafe that serves breakfast and lunch. The serene surroundings are home to resident monkeys and birds that are wild but unafraid of people, allowing for fantastic photo opportunities. Visitors to Lage Park may remember the music video for Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams “Beautiful”, presented at this extraordinary place.
Marriott Santa Cruz de la Sierra Hotel
- City walk tour & snack for two
- Local dinner for two at the hotel restaurant
A quiet town, full of colonial buildings that has a pleasant, cozy and perfect climate to rest. Located in the Valles Cruceños, surrounded by the impressive El Fuerte archaeological territory, which boasts a huge 250-meter sculpted rock dating from the pre-Hispanic period, it is the perfect gateway to the Amboró National Park, the most important in Bolivia. Its name in Quechua is the union of two words “Samay” and “Pata”, in Spanish it means, -place of rest in height-, it is a natural space located very close to the sky.
Near this extraordinary place you can find the “Wine Route”, which highlights three important vineyards: Uvareina, LandSua and Viña de Vargas, which are part of the unmissable sites of the Samaipata municipality. As part of the tour, you can see the manufacturing processes, bunch cutting in the vineyards, bottling and even tastings.
A majestic place located in Urubo that has a warm and humid climate very characteristic of the lowlands of Bolivia with changing temperatures. From here its visitors can closely observe a turtle tank and lakes with different types of fish. There are 24 hectares of natural territory that protects more than 20 varieties of birds and houses 50 species of butterflies. Therefore, it is the largest apiary and butterfly farm in South America that works as an animal shelter.
This park has 15 natural pools distributed in 3 areas: the Amboro pools with the water volcano that represent this national park, those that recreate the tourist pools of Espejillos and the rustic-style children’s pools that have little depth in the Mini Club with two castles.
Botanical Garden of Santa Cruz de la Sierra
A unique place to escape from the routine and appreciate three of the different ecosystems in the middle of the city. The main objective of the garden is to conserve and exhibit the large amount of flora and fauna offered by an adventure immersed in species from the Chiquitano and Chaqueño forests.
It has entertainment spaces with a children’s theme and a camping area that invites you to spend hours surrounded by nature. Within the park there is a lagoon with various species including: alligators, herons, turtles. It is the perfect place to disconnect from the city and enter into a wonderful experience surrounded by natural wealth.
This unmissable place is located in the Municipality of Robore in the Chiquitos province. It is perfect to rest for several hours on mesothermal-type thermal springs (waters with average temperatures between 39° and 45° C).
Los Hervores is the largest thermal river in Latin America with 5 kilometers long. Its outbreaks are the product of internal volcanic activity that causes hot waters with high mineral properties, being perfect for treating rheumatism or skin conditions. In addition, it is surrounded by a green landscape, perfect for resting and is located just 6 hours from Santa Cruz de la Sierra.
Lomas de Arena Regional Park
A natural paradise full of dunes, vegetation and biodiversity. It comprises approximately 14,000 protected hectares and is home to a large number of animal and plant species, in addition, it serves as a rest area for migratory birds, among them the Sabanera Earwig. The Lomas de Arena Regional Park, located 12 kilometers from Santa Cruz de la Sierra, is surrounded by forests and savannas, part of the protected park in Bolivia that unites ecotourism with sports, which increasingly attracts hundreds of visitors in search of adrenaline and make them the perfect setting for lovers of extreme sports such as sandboarding, which serve as natural slides.
Sheraton Asuncion Hotel
- Buffet breakfast
- Dinner at our restaurant with typical Paraguayan dishes
Historic Center of Asuncion
To visit the center of Asuncion is to go back in time, it is to find colonial buildings on every corner, picturesque family businesses that continue to be served by the same families as 100 years ago, artisans and indigenous people who exhibit their works in each square.
Palma Street is one of the most recognized arteries by the Asuncenos, it covers in its 11 blocks the entire area of the capital’s microcenter. Until the mid-90s, it was considered the main commercial center of the city with shops located throughout its extension, today converted into cafes and fast-food restaurants.
Loma San Jeronimo Neighborhood
San Jeronimo is a historic neighborhood. Located about 15 minutes from the center, it is also the first tourist neighborhood in Paraguay and has a whole tourist circuit for its picturesque houses and streets, on weekends.
A bike ride does not hurt anyone, especially if it is to travel along Costanera Avenue enjoying its warm sunsets over the bay of Asunción. At the beginning of the journey, you will be able to take a photo in front of the emblematic Palacio de Lopez, seat of the government and office of the President of the Republic.
One of the most popular places in Asunción is Market Number 4, where you can find almost everything you can imagine, from medicinal herbs that help fight “stress”, clothes, and shoes from 3 USD (about 2.5 euros) to the latest iPhone at the bargain price.
Market 4, formerly called “Mercado Guasu”, was located within the historic center of Asuncion and was the nucleus of the Paraguayan popular economy for many decades until its transfer to the Pettirossi neighborhood in the 40s.
Renaissance Santiago Hotel
- Breakfast for two guests
- 30 USD food & beverage credit per person daily
- Two tickets Santiago Tour
Santiago Marriott Hotel
- Breakfast for two guests
- 30 USD food & beverage credit per stay
- Two tickets for a city tour including the historical city center
The Ritz-Carlton Santiago
- Breakfast for two guests
- Learning experience of Maqui cocktail
- Two tickets for the Historial Museum in las Condes
- Buffet breakfast at NoSo restaurant
- Five courses customized experience by Karai Chef
- Full day tour visit at Santa Rita winery located at Maipo valley (including wine tasting, lunch and museum)
The Plaza de Armas remains the heart of the city since it was founded next to Santiago in 1541. The beautiful structures surrounding it are newer, largely completed in the nineteenth century. Today, the Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago and the Central Post Office remain among the most striking facades. The Cathedral is usually open to visitors throughout the day.
Another notable sight in the Plaza de Armas is the Palacio de la Real Audiencia de Santiago, or the Palacio Real. The seat of the government of Santiago was moved to the palace of La Moneda more than a century ago, but this building today houses the National Museum of History. The square is open to the public with a schedule of attention from Tuesday to Sunday (10 am to 6 pm)
San Cristobal Hill
The best views of Santiago are obtained from the peaks and viewpoints of the Metropolitan Park, better known as Cerro San Cristóbal. With 722 hectares, the park is the largest green space in Santiago.
A 14 m high snow-white statue of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception towers over the summit at the Bellavista end of the park. The pews at its feet are the open-air church where Pope John Paul II celebrated Mass in 1984.
Although the vast majority of places to visit in Santiago de Chile, such as this hill, can be reached on foot, a good option to move around the city is to use the metro that stops at the Plaza de Armas and in the main neighborhoods of the city or the municipal bus.
Bellavista, located at the foot of cerro de San Cristóbal, is the most charming and bohemian neighborhood to visit in Santiago de Chile.
The neighborhood is characterized by its cobbled streets, shops, art galleries and restaurants, which are located in picturesque buildings.
Once in Bellavista the mixture of culture will be present in every corner and one of its attractions is the House of Pablo Neruda, which the poet baptized “La Chascona”. It works as a museum, giving the possibility to visit and tour it.
Palacio de la Moneda
In the Palacio de la Moneda, seat of the President of the Republic and one of the most important places to visit in Santiago de Chile, is the place where a tragic event that changed the history of Chile happened.
On September 11, 1973, when Pinochet’s military forces staged a coup d’état against then-President Salvador Allende, they bombed the palace and that same day Allende was declared dead. His death was highly controversial: some said it was a suicide while others argued it was a murder. Since then, the death has been declared suicide, but dissenting opinions continue to this day. This day is infamous in Chile’s history, and so is La Moneda.
Currently you can visit the interior of this building, former Mint in colonial times, which is impacted by its white façade whose walls still retain signs of shots fired by the coup plotters. Beyond showing its current functionalities, the Chilean government has created a Cultural Center in the palace, with two galleries and a rotating main exhibition.
One of the best things to do in Santiago de Chile is to try the delicious fresh fish and seafood at the Central Market, the most famous in the city.
Every day of the week, this market, founded in 1872, is brimming with an incredibly diverse selection of South American seafood. Located in San Pablo and just a few minutes walk from the Cal y Canto stop, on the yellow line of the metro, this destination is a mandatory destination for a seafaring lunch and a sample of the local culture and gastronomy.
Sheraton Salta Hotel
- Two nights stay with 10% food & beverage discount on dinner bill
- Two tickets to Archaeological Museum
Starting from San Antonio de los Cobres to Tolar Grande, the road borders the Salar del Diablo for 1.3 km and ends after the “Seven Curves” in the Desert of the Devil. It is an area that is distinguished by an infinity of reddish sedimentary formations that offer an incredible landscape to the eye.
Quebrada de las Conchas
Located within the Calchaquí Valleys, very close to the town of Cafayate and 90 km from the Capital, it includes part of the departments of La Viña, Guachipas and Cafayate. The colorful landscape of its mountains is highlighted throughout the world.
Cuesta del Obispo
On Provincial Route No. 33, about 82 km away from the city of Salta, the road begins to wind its way up. This stretch of rise, winding and cornice is the famous Cuesta del Obispo. This extends along 20 km very well preserved and connects the Valle de Lerma with the Alto Valle Calchaquí.
There are country activities for those seeking greater relaxation and active proposals for wineries and vineyards, high-altitude trekking, horseback riding, rafting or paragliding.
Quebrada de las Flechas
One of the most wonderful and beautiful landscapes of the Calchaquí Valleys is found on National Route No. 40. This section is called Quebrada de las Flechas, which is made up of inclined rock formations that form narrow passages with walls 20 meters high. High on both sides of National Route No. 40. The origin of these formations dates back to 15 to 20 million years, when the mountains were formed.
The Medanos of Cafayate
6 km from the city of Cafayate, on National Route No. 68, in the midst of an incredible landscape flanked by the vineyard fields of the different wineries, a gravel road leads to Los Médanos, small mountains of sand that reach heights of 25 to 30 meters, ideal for walking in the middle of the impressive landscape of the Calchaquí Valleys.