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Mochileros: La guía definitiva para viajar barato en Latam Review

Mochileros: La guía definitiva para viajar barato en Latam Review
Por: Constanza Trebilcock / @conitrebilcock ¿Estás pensando en ser un mochilero con un presupuesto limitado? ¿No sabes dónde ir y quieres saber los precios de estadía, comida y otros? Aquellos destinos turísticos para mochileros que encabezan esta lista son ciudades asiáticas. Los precios están en dólares estadounidenses (US$). Costo para cada ciudad Se consideran los siguientes puntos, tal como los tomó - Una noche en el hostal más barato que tenga buena ubicación y alta valoración en - Dos tickets de transporte público por día - Una atracción turística pagada por día - Tres comidas por día que estén dentro del presupuesto - Tres cervezas “baratas” (esto se cuenta dentro del fondo de “entretenimiento”, que en el caso de aquellos que no beben puede ser un postre, café, entre otros) Sudeste Asiatico 1) Pokhara, Nepal Ubicada en el centro de Nepal y a aproximadamente a 200 kilómetros al oeste de la capital, Katmandú. Moneda local: rupia nepalí 2) Hanoi, Vietnam Related:  Travel

America's 10 Best Cities to Live and Launch A great place to live can also be a great place to start a business. The financial blog 24/7 Wall St. recently ranked the 50 best cities to live. They used Census Bureau data for 550 cities, including statistics on employment growth, educational attainment and housing affordability to determine which cities are at the top of the heap. Here are the top 10 cities to live (and also start a business):--Graham Rapier Taj Mahal, India In The New Seven Wonders Of The World list Taj Mahal, a mosque-mausoleum located in Indian city of Agra, takes a very important place. In spite of its Muslim origin this white marble necropolis became an actual symbol of India. Serious security measures are taken to protect it. There is a special 500-meter security zone established around the complex. Cars are to be parked 2 kilometers away, and the rest of the way tourists have to travel by rickshas, carriages, or electromobiles, because it's believed that car exhaust fumes cause yellowing of the marble facing. In January 2012 Dima Moiseenko, our photographer, went to Agra to meet the Superintending Archaeologist in charge of Taj Mahal and asked him how to get a permit to photograph Taj Mahal from air. The Archaeologist listened to the request of his guest from remote Russia and replied, "I'll allow you to shoot with a tripod, but you can forget about aerial photographs". And that was it!

26 Real Places That Look Like They’ve Been Taken Out Of Fairy Tales If you love fairy tales and have a serious case of wanderlust, this bucket list was made for you. Travel suggestions via this Quora thread. 1. Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany As a way to seek refuge and withdraw from public life, Ludwig II of Bavaria built this extravagant castle in 1868. Seven weeks after his death in 1886, the structure was opened to the paying public and has since become one of the most visited castles in Europe.Neuschwanstein is also the inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty castle in Disneyland, so it’s clearly magical! 2. This specific spot in the Waitomo Caves is known as the Glowworm Grotto, a place where glowworms ignite a starry scenery on the ceilings and walls. 3. One of the most enchanting towns of France, Colmar is reminiscent of the provincial town of Beauty and the Beast, but better. 4. The Batu Caves are a series of chambers beneath limestone hills and date back to as many as 400 million years ago. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

» 10 pueblos curiosos de España que probablemente desconozcas Viajes Un pueblo que parece “aplastado” por una roca, y otro, que parece “colgado” de una roca. Otro al borde de un precipicio, un pueblo blanco, uno azul, uno en torno a un castillo de cuento, otro perdido en el medioevo. Son diez pueblos de España, todos curiosos desde algún punto de vista. 1. Las fotos de Besalú parecen una “reconstrucción digital” de un pueblo medieval, pero es tan real como lo puede contar su historia. Jordi Marsol Jordi Cerdá Jordi Payá 2. Pareciera que una enorme roca está a punto de desmoronarse y aplastar las casas de Setenil de las Bodegas. manuelfloresv manuelfloresv José Luis Sánchez Mesa José Luis Sánchez Mesa 3. En Andalucía se encuentra uno de lso estereotipos de los pueblos blancos andaluces, de calles estrechas y sinuosas con casas encaladas. miquitos Ampliación: si se trata de pueblos blancos fotogénicos la lista claro que se extiende. 4. Hector Garcia Hector Garcia 5. Tomas Fano LordFerguson Philip Capper 6. Alende Maceira Manuel Alende Maceira Imagen orvalrochefort 7. 8.

20 Wonderful Places You Need To Visit Before They Disappear | The Wondrous Magazine 01. Olympia, Greece The site of the first ever Olympic Games in 776 BC, the ancient city of Olympia has been inhabited since prehistoric times and is one of Greece’s top archaeological sites. In recent years, hot and dry summers have led to rampant wildfires that have scorched surrounding areas and encroached worryingly close to the ruins. Days are passing so quick and that time is near when these most beautiful places will be vanished from our world forever! 02. With 700 miles of hiking trails spanning alpine meadows and gorgeous lakes, Montana’s rugged national park is a favourite among outdoorsy locals and visitors. 03. The ‘Floating City’ may soon lose its moniker. 04. A magnet for travelers with a knack for smartphone photography, Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni are the largest and most entrancing salt flats on the planet. 05. Home to 50 species of lemur, two thirds of the world’s chameleons and the peculiar giraffe weevil, Madagascar is a mecca for wildlife lovers. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10.

25 Secret Small Towns in Europe you MUST Visit 1. Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic There’s no other town in the world that I am more fond of than the quaint, charming, fairytale-like town of Cesky Krumlov in southern Bohemia. 2. Situated in Alsace, Colmar is a unique blend of French and Germany architecture, culture and spirit. 3. This town in Malta is the main fishing village for the entire country. 4. The lakeside town of Hallstatt is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has even been dubbed the prettiest lakeside village in the entire world. 5. Bruges has become incredibly popular for travellers looking to photograph the lego-like houses in the city centre (pictured above). 6. There’s much to see and do in Bled, however the greatest attraction is undeniably Lake Bled – one of the world’s most stunning lakes and a favourite for visitors to Slovenia. Image: 7. This would indeed have to be the most photographed street in Bibury, England. Image: Wikicommons 8. Image: 9. 10. 11. Image: 12. 13. 14. 15.

24 Unusual Beaches You've Never Heard Of Before | WOE Do you think that beaches are blasé tourist destinations with nothing unique or interesting to offer? Well, you’re only partly correct. Many of them are over crowded and boring, but none of the beaches we feature here will disappoint. A singing beach, a glowing beach, a beach with rainbow-colored sand — here are the most offbeat seaside destinations you’ll find on Earth. 1. Location: Hanapepe, Kauai, Hawaii 2. Location: Papakolea Beach/Mahana Beach, South Point, Ka’u, Hawaii What’s so special about it: Thanks to the mineral olivine, which comes from the nearby cinder cone, this peculiar beach sparkles a brilliant green. 3. Location: East coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand What’s so special about it: Drive down to this beach armed with a shovel, because the best thing to do here is to dig your very own DIY spa. 4. Location: Dunedin, New Zealand 5. Location: Irimote Island, Japan 6. Location: Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, USA 7. Location: Playa De Gulpiyuri, Llanes, Spain 8.

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