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ASao Paulo: Best steak house in Sao Paulo?

Not exactly a steak house, but my favourite restaurant in Sao Paulo is Rinconcito Peruano​. It's a Peruvian restaurant where an awesome lomo saltado sets you back a mere 18 reais (currently around 4.5 USD). A superb lomo a la pobre is just 22 reais... See More

ASao Paulo: Need help planning a family trip to Sao Paulo

I would not suggest Sao Paulo as an ideal holiday destination. Depending on your personal interests, Sao Paulo can be quite amazing, but this is no London or Paris. More like a Frankfurt or Milan, but much, much bigger. Furthermore, in general, I would say that big cities... See More

ARio de Janeiro: Rio de Janeiro or Buenos Aires for 1st time South America travelers?

Buenos Aires. Rio is great, but also much more volatile. For an unexperienced traveler, Buenos Aires is a much easier introduction to the continent. See More

ARio de Janeiro: Tips for a first time visitor to Rio?

Don't wander off. Be aware of your surroundings. Don't show off your possessions when outside. Visit the statue of Christ the redeemer, lounge on Copacobana or Ipanema, cycle around the city using the nearly free Itau bikes, experience live jazz at Bip Bip. Drink... See More

ABrazil: If you had just one day in Brazil, Rio or Sao Palo? What's not to miss?

If you only have one day, the only sensible thing to do is to go and see the statue of Cristo Redentor​, in Rio. Afterwards, you can sip caipirinhas on the beach in Ipanema​.  See More

AGastronomic World Tour- Which country did you have your favorite meal?

Ceviche from Peru​. Any Peruvian restaurant will make your mouth water. See More

ABrazil: Two weeks in Brazil. Where should we go?

There's a lot to see in Brazil, but you should consider Rio de Janeiro​ (expensive, but unmissable), Ouro Preto​ (colonial charm and good food), Ilha Grande​ or Paraty​ (fun in the sun)... See More

AColombia: Least expensive way to travel from Colombia to Brazil?

You're not specifying from where in Colombia to where in Brazil you want to go. The cheapest and fastest will be crossing the border at Leticia​ - Tabatinga​, on the Amazon, where the two countries share a border crossing. You... See More

ASalvador: What's fun to do in Salvador, Bahia?

Sign up for the municipal bike rental scheme and go for bike rides around town. See More

ABest travel quotes?

"Hope the voyage is a long one" by C.P. Cavafy See More

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