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Argentina

Argentina is a traveler´s paradise: gorgeous landscapes, cosmopolitan cities with European flair, lively local culture, tango and Malbec wines. Argentina, the land of Silver and the land of 6 continents offers unique experiences from the endless Pampas in the Northwest, through Mesopotamia, to the majestic breathtaking Iguazu Falls, one of the most spectacular natural wonders in the world, in the North East bordering Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, to Cordoba in the heart of Argentina and the city of Tango and football in the region of Buenos Aires, to the wine region of Mendoza in Cuyo, until stunning landscapes, glaciers, marine life in Patagonia and the southernmost area of Tierra del Fuego, the neverending sand beaches along the coastline and the protected areas for wild animals as Peninsula Valdes and Punta Tombo, with plenty of exotic wildlife, colonial cities with superb cuisine and vibrant culture.This is Argentina, a diverse and welcoming land of contrasts which will undoubtedly entice visitors of all ages, year round.  
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Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

Patagonia

Patagonia

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

Tucuman

Tucuman

Cordoba and the Sierras Chicas

Cordoba and the Sierras Chicas

Mendoza and the Wine Region

Mendoza and the Wine Region

Salta and the Northwest

Salta and the Northwest

Gaucho Experience

Gaucho Experience

El Tigre

El Tigre

Colonia and Punta del Este

Colonia and Punta del Este

Jesus Christ on the hills of Rio de Janeiro

Jesus Christ on the hills of Rio de Janeiro

 

Italy

Italy is known for its unparalleled mix of wonderful landscapes, rich cultural history, fabulous food and wine and of course for its friendly and outgoing people. Walkers and trekkers are spoil for choice, with any number of beautiful regions to discover. From the Roman Empire to the Medicis; from Fellini to Rossellini; from Michelangelo to Botticelli; Italy has it all. From the snow-capped peaks of the high Alps in the north to the lava strewn slopes of Vulcan Etna in the south and the rugged, beach-fringed island of Sardinia to the west, there are countless opportunities for walking and trekking holidays in Italy. There are numerous choices in the Italian Alps, including the spectacular, pale silver Dolomites in the north-east, which were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. Famous for their near vertical cliffs and spires, which make them arguably the most spectacular string of mountain peaks in Europe, the Dolomites attract walkers, trekkers and climbers from all over the world.                                               Download PDF

Tuscany

Tuscany

Sicily

Sicily

Sardinia

Sardinia

Umbria

Umbria

Florence

Florence

Etna Vulcan

Etna Vulcan

Rome

Rome

Lombardia

Lombardia

Chianti Wine Tour

Chianti Wine Tour

Dolomiti

Dolomiti

Piemonte

Piemonte

Emilia Romagna

Emilia Romagna

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