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Latin America City Guides

Your insider's guide to how best to experience some of our favourite cities in Central and South America.

Granada Nicaragua

48 Hours in... Granada, Nicaragua

Guest writer James Tennet offers the low-down on a rising star of Central America.

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La Boca Buenos Aires

48 Hours in... Buenos Aires

So you've got your flights sorted and booked your hotel, but how to make the most of your time in Argentina's exciting capital? Travel consultant and ardent Argentinophile Lina Fuller shares her expert tips.

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Rio de Janeiro

48 Hours in... Rio de Janeiro

Journey Latin America's Laura Rendell-Dunn, who is half-Brazilian and lucky enough to know her mother's home town of Rio de Janeiro like the back of her hand, shares her tips for making the most of a weekend in Brazil's 'cidade maravilhosa'.

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FOOD & DRINK
Cuban Flan

Japanese Style Ceviche

Sample recipe from Ceviche restaurant - Japanese-syle ceviche with soy and seasame Oil.

Japanese-style-Ceviche
Manaus Opera House
Upcoming Events
19 Apr - 3 Jun 2015
Manaus Opera Festival
Manaus
30 - 30 Apr 2015
El Gran Poder
La Paz
1 - 1 May 2015
Labour Day
Latin America
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MUSIC
Cuba musicians

Essential Listening

A selection of Latin beats to add to your playlist, chosen by our Central and South America specialists. 

Essential Listening

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What Our Experts say

I’m flying from Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls but I’m staying on the Brazilian side and I’ve just realised that my plane arrives at 9pm - I’m concerned that the border crossing won’t be open between Brazil and Argentina. What do you advise?
Asked by Mary
Answered by Chris Parrott

There is no need to worry – the border stays open 24 hours a day. ... View full answer Iguassu Falls

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