Exceptional by its very nature!
April 10, 2020
A group of countries and dependencies in the Western hemisphere is often referred to as "Latin America". Its joyful mellowness, its brightly colored cities and the sheer beauty of its wide-open spaces are the main attractions of this post-colonial continent. It is Latin because the most predominant spoken languages Spanish, French and Portuguese. Here, we will uncover the deliciousness of the following countries in Latin America, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemela, Peru and the next world's wine destination - Uruguay.
From the Andes mountains to the equatorial Amazon rain forest, from the Inca city of Machu Picchu to the Patagonian glaciers, the landscapes of South America exert a magnetic pull that fascinates all travelers set on discovering these New World paradises. The ancestral land of Amerindian civilizations, Latin America abounds with hidden treasures that will instill delightful memories: infinite expanses of breathtaking beauty, exuberant flora and fauna, sun-soaked beaches in the middle of winter, and an avant-garde culinary scene are all part of the journey, not to mention the warm hospitality of the local people or the charm of ancient colonial towns and cities.
Located in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, the city of Gramado is considered the third most desirable destination in Brazil and one of the most important cities in the Serra Gaucha mountain range.This city is different from other Brazilian destinations, with a European style seen throughout the architecture of its homes and in the local culture. Many of the locals are descendants of colonists from all over Europe, mainly Germany and Italy. Gramado is also known for its Christmas light displays and for hydrangea blooms in spring. Then there is Itacare, a town at the mouth of the Rio de Contas on eastern Brazil’s Cocoa Coast. Farther down the coast, there are reefs and sea turtles off Itacarezinho Beach.