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“It was one of the best things I’ve ever done in my life,” Paula says, sipping her hierba luisa tea at a café inRead more
Lima, Peru. “It impacted me completely. It opened my third eye.” Paula, a local guide for Urban Adventures in Lima, is more than your average explorer....
It’s a truth universally known among travellers that everyone wants to find the place no one knows about. We want to eat where no one’s eaten, drink where no one’s drank. It’s a fact that the owners of El Rincón que no Conoces must know, because the name of their...Read more
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Lima — smart choice! This guide will give you everything you need to know about Lima travel, from getting to and from the airport and around the city, to the best Lima books to read and the cool local spots you should check out! Getting to and...
So you’ve done downtown, perhaps biked along the coast, but what next? OurRead more
Lima locals can give you a hand! Here’s the rundown of what you should do with 24 hours in Lima. First, start with a walk to Parque Kennedy, in the centre of Miraflores. From there, you can visit...
A Spanish tradition, tapas is considered one of the most typical ways of eating in Spain. Not only because it’s affordable and you can try several different dishes, but because we can think of no better way to socialise with friends. Here’s where to find some of the best tapas...Read more
Recently all eyes were on Croatia during the exciting World Cup final. Who knew the Croatian national football team were a team to contend with? (Our Croatian Urban Adventures tour guides did!) Well, that may not be the only thing you never knew about this country of ancient walled towns...Read more
This small but vibrant city is the most southerly in Chile and sits facing the Straits of Magellan. Punta Arenas is known as the gateway to Antarctica, and makes for the ultimate jumping off point for exploring the epic natural surroundings. But before you go further afield, take some time...Read more
“Açaí, açaí! Queeeeeijooooo!” Strolling along the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, food vendors advertise their delicacies with melodious shouts that cut through the noise of thousands of beach-goers. Local Cariocas (residents of Rio de Janeiro) typically leave their own snacks at home and treat themselves to the diverse array of...Read more
When it comes to wine, the Mediterranean has a long and rich history. The area’s warm cRead more
limate, agricultural techniques and local varietals produce unique white, red and sparkling wines you won’t find elsewhere. So raise a glass and sip your way around the Mediterranean, with this handy guide on what...
If variety is the spice of life, then Zanzibar is nature’s supermarket. East Africa’s favourite island playground, Zanzibar appeals to those who want to heighten their senses in a kaleidoscopic world of flavour. The island is renowned for its exotic aromas, spices and herbal remedies, and discovering these delights in...Read more