The big cities in Brazil have become expensive, but Seth Kugel finds a way to eat cheaply and healthily in Rio, without setting foot outside of the upscale beachfront haven of Ipanema.
‘Latin America’ Articles
I interviewed some of Rio’s luminaries and less-than-luminaries to find out their favorite Rio beach spots, shops, bars and hotels. (Warning: not for the frugal.)
A search for a quick cheap, quick trip to the Amazon lands Seth Kugel on Marajó, a beachy Brazilian island famous for its hundreds of thousands of water buffaloes.
Seth Kugel finds isolated beaches in the Dominican Republic without paying for an exclusive resort.
San Antonio de Areco is one of the towns closest to Buenos Aires that provides visitors a sense of gaucho tradition.
Like Bermuda, Barbados has perfect swaths of white sand lapped by brilliantly, pleasantly warm blue waters. But Barbados also has a vibrant, warm, slightly scruffy local scene to go with them.
Buenos Aires, once a bargain, is now simply a reasonably priced city with a well-deserved reputation as the Paris of South America – easy to walk, full of broad boulevards, plenty of made-in-France-and- assembled-in-Argentina architecture,…
How to keep costs down while visiting a place like São Paulo, Brazil’s business and cultural capital, where dinner in one of the city’s fine sushi, Italian, or contemporary Brazilian restaurants can run $30, $50, even $100 a person? Here’s one…
The real way to keep costs down is to head to the lower-cost islands that actively compete for travelers with light wallets.
Zacatecas, a colonial city north of Mexico City, has an arts scene that suggests a population of more than its 120,000 residents.
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