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Travelers' Choice Hotel Awards. Río de Janeiro: conocé las paradas de la cidade maravilhosa - Ana Markarian - Revista Ohlalá! De inmensa belleza, la cidade maravilhosa ofrece un sinfín de paseos, entretenimientos, bares y tiendas en las que vale la pena sumergirse y conocer todas sus propuestas.

Río de Janeiro: conocé las paradas de la cidade maravilhosa - Ana Markarian - Revista Ohlalá!

A continuación, un recorrido para los turistas que se animan a todo. Feria de Antigüedades Encantadora feria de antigüedades con objetos de estilo en deco y moda. / Ana Markarian y Maritza Caneca Foto 1 de 6 Los domingos, en la Praça Santos Dumont hay una encantadora feria de antigüedades con objetos de estilo en deco y moda. Dónde:Praça Santos Dumont, Gávea. Ver mapa más grande Jardin Botanico Fundado en 1808, cuenta con alredor de 7200 especies de plantas. Dónde: Rua Jardin Botanico 920 y 1008. Cuándo: de lunes a domingos de 8 a 17 hs. Más info: www.jbrj.gov.br Ferias y algo más En varios puntos de la ciudad, todos los días, hay ferias de alimentos, en donde se encuentran flores, condimentos y algunos utensilios de cocina. Gilson Martins Foto 1 de 3 Si lo que querés es ir de compras, entonces no podés no pasar por esta tienda. 8 cidades pequenas que vão te conquistar. A pequena e colorida Burano, localizada a poucos quilômetros de Veneza, acolhe os visitantes com suas casas multicoloridas.

8 cidades pequenas que vão te conquistar

(foto: Skyscanner) Pequenos e pitorescos, os destinos de hoje mostram que tamanho não é documento. No caso destas cidades, quanto menor, melhor. Best Island in the World – 2013 Travelers’ Choice Awards. 12 trips of a lifetime. Travelers' Choice All inclusive. See all winners View winners as slideshow 25 of 25 2 of 25 “Every aspect of our stay was extraordinary: food, service, beautiful beach.

Travelers' Choice All inclusive

Quiet enough to relax but stimulating enough not to get bored.” more » “I recommend this little piece of paradise to anyone who would like to be pampered and treated with the greatest of respect and professionalism.” more » “Absolutely wonderful and relaxing”“Perfect” more » “Perfect Vacation thanks to Marlon H.!” More » “Excellence”“Gets better every time!” More » “Le Blanc is excellent”“Cancun” more » “Grand says it all!” More » 20 hidden gems. Top 10 Incredible Train Trips" The controversial Qinghai-Tibet Railway opened in 2006 and was the first train to access the Tibet Autonomous Region because of its altitude.

Top 10 Incredible Train Trips"

At its highest point, the track runs at more than 16,000 feet (4,877 meters) above sea level, making it the world's highest altitude train. The trip from Beijing to Lhasa takes about 45 hours. A large portion of the tracks on the Lhasa leg of the trip are built on permafrost, a permanently frozen layer of soil. Because operating the train generates heat, scientists and engineers had to sort out how to keep that heat from melting the ground underneath the tracks. By elevating the track and lining some areas with pipes full of circulating liquid nitrogen, they keep the ground temperature below freezing and maintain the tracks' stability.

The train winds up through the Kunlun Shan and Tanggula mountain ranges. While the train's construction does mean more jobs, critics worry about its impact on Tibet and its culture. Budget Travel Advice: Top 10 Travel Mistakes and How Not to Make Them. A classic travel mistake is to stick to the beaten path. When in, say, Venice, sneak away from the popular squares and get lost—among unforgettable neighborhoods most Americans never set foot in. (Valery Bareta/Dreamstime ) Even the most meticulously planned trip is subject to snafus, but with a little insider know-how, you can avoid making the common mistakes that can derail a vacation. Stick to the guidelines below, and you're more likely to have a trip that's memorable not for lost luggage and rushed sightseeing, but for the thrill of discovering a new place and savoring it. Not booking enough connection time between flights Leaving a window of at least an hour and a half between connecting flights will significantly drop your chances of missing your flight or having your luggage lost, says Sally Watkins, travel agent at Century Travel and Cruises in Austin, Texas.

Not applying for your passport early enough Underestimating the location of your hotel from the city center. 10 once-in-a-lifetime trips. Las 10 mejores playas de Brasil. Maceio.

Las 10 mejores playas de Brasil

10 hotels with stunning views. 10 Travel Web Sites Worth Bookmarking. People managed to travel quite well before the Internet came along, although how they did it is now shrouded in mystery.

10 Travel Web Sites Worth Bookmarking

There are so many Web sites to help you plan trips and book trips and fantasize about trips and (best of all) save money on trips that the difficulty is not finding a site that will help you but choosing from among the bounty. It’s been a while since I updated the bookmarks you’ll find next to the articles on the Frugal Traveler blog page, so I’ve decided to add a bunch more, ranging from the indispensable to the just-for-fun. Here is a selection of 10 that you should consider bookmarking. 1. Dishtip.com Though if I had to pick just one site to help with restaurant recommendations around the globe, it would be Chowhound, DishTip organizes the world of eating out in the United States a whole new way: By clam chowder. 2.

Let’s say you’re somewhere in Europe (or planning to be), and you want to see where you can go from there for very low cost. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 27 Surreal Places To Visit Before You Die. 10 beachfront hotels. 27 Surreal Places To Visit Before You Die. The Ultimate Guide to Traveling When You're Broke. By Matthew Kepnes Think you don’t have enough money to travel?

The Ultimate Guide to Traveling When You're Broke

Think again. Travel guru Matt Kepnes puts that myth to rest with this guide to traveling on little (or no) money. I recently asked subscribers of my newsletter about the number one thing that holds them back from traveling. The near universal answer? Money This is something I hear from everyone I talk to. “Matt, I simply don’t have enough money to travel.” This problem and how to overcome it probably my most asked question. I answer this question in a plethora of posts, e-mails, tweets, and Facebook posts.

Since this question comes up so often, I like to constantly remind people of this fact: Unique Travel Destinations. 15 Tips For Backpacking Around The World On A Dime. 19 Truly Charming Places To See Before You Die.