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The carnival in Montevideo

Miércoles, marzo 10th, 2010

The carnival in Montevideo

In Montevideo Carnival is celebrated throughout the world over, which begins in January and ends in March. There is a much more famous Carnaval “o mais grande do world” and another, Montevideo, to differentiate it proclaimed that “the longest in the world.” For forty days and nights, and officially starts in mid-January with the Inaugural Parade along Avenida 18 de Julio, and runs through early March. During the initial parade make their presentation all that will be part of the most anticipated party of Uruguay, as the carnival groups, parodies, comedians, lubolos, queens and princesses. (más…)

Religious tourism in Salta of Argentina

Lunes, marzo 1st, 2010

Catedral Basilica de Salta, Argentina [3607] by Tristan Appleby.

The tours of architectural type that occur in Argentina, are rich in terms of tourism, this mainly by presenting their old buildings that have left us a historical and architectural legacy.

Religious Roads in Salta:

At every step we take in this journey through the historical and architectural monuments of Salta, no doubt we’ll be amazed. Well let’s start with the tours in Salta, which are: (más…)

Carnival of Jujuy in Argentina

Lunes, febrero 22nd, 2010

carnaval jujuy norteño 2009 por jaramillohectorsergio.

With the same features as the carnival world, but intimately connected with local culture, Jujuy province in northern Argentina, invited to attend a different party for a week in the Carnival Jujuy, a show indigenous, popular and highly participatory. From 2 to 10 February, the Quebrada de Humahuaca is stained red, pop music fills the streets and friendly people offer foods and drinks. (más…)

Milan by night

Jueves, febrero 11th, 2010

Milan i.jpg por architect_traveller.

Although fashion, worldwide, is its appeal vox populi, Milan has other attractions for those who have been summoned then, of course selecting one of the hot hotel in Milan. We cupe today the task of intoxicated in a tour night for a place that confronts us with its vast array of places to for fun.

Sightseeing and nightlife in Milan: (más…)

Mercado de las Tres Culturas

Miércoles, febrero 10th, 2010

Mercado de las tres culturas por fernand0.

In central Spain, is the province of Avila, which lies in the community of Castile and Leon. Find limits on the north by the province of Valladolid, south to Toledo and Caceres, east to Segovia and Madrid, and Salamanca to the west. All provinces of great beauty to be discovered.

Every year when we approach the first weekend of September, things change in this destination. The ancient town of Avila into the city wall, altering the usual appearance of its squares and streets to make way for traditional and medieval market, hotels in Avila receive thousands of tourists and the city party dresses. (más…)

Folklore and Traditions in Pamplona

Domingo, enero 24th, 2010

7 de Julio, San Fermín. A Pamplona hemos de ir por Paco CT.

Navarre express their traditions from music and dance, where Jack is alternated with popular dances that come from yesteryear, including “makildantza” the “zortziko” the “ezpatadantza” and tallies. Other celebrations, linked to religious tradition, we invite pilgrimages to shrines and path as the popular Javierada or the Mystery of Obanos. Legends, folklore, living history, Gastronomy, traditions that have been in every corner of the old kingdom. (más…)

Wine Route in the Basque Country – Álava Part II

Domingo, diciembre 27th, 2009

Although masked by its urban layout, the village is seated on a rugged area called ‘The Cliff’, practically hanging over the Ebro River to a height above sea level of 431 meters. If, on the south side of the Ebro serves as a natural boundary on the eastern side it is the stream valley, so that the entire town is facing the sun, sheltered by the hills of Misamayor.

The old part of Lapuebla is located on the west side of town around the church of Our Lady of the Assumption. On these streets you can look at many coats of arms on the facades of its Renaissance houses tidy and in perfect condition, like the one in the midday street, dating from the sixteenth century. (más…)

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