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Visit Cotopaxi  active Volcano
August 18, 20180
Visit Cotopaxi active Volcano
Cotopaxi Volcano and National Park, a place to visit in Ecuador due to its unique ecosystem called "Paramo". Cotopaxi Volcano is the highest active volcano and the second higest volcano of Ecuador, Cold in the outside fire in the inside!
Swing into Baños Ecuador
August 16, 20180
Swing into Baños Ecuador
Swing at the end of the world, this famous Ecuador tourist attraction is located in one of the main touristic places of Ecuador, in the cozy small town of Baños
All about Baños and Baños Tours
August 3, 20180
All about Baños and Baños Tours
Baños de Agua Santa, is the melting pot of Ecuadors Adventure sports, due to its green mountain surroundings, and deep canyons, making perfect natural settings and attractions as, waterfalls, and rivers perfect for several adventure sports as rafting, canyoning, ziplines, swings, hikes, bicycle rides, motorcycle rentals, and much more.
Quilotoa a Mesmerizing Crater Lake
July 29, 20180
Quilotoa a Mesmerizing Crater Lake
The adventure to one of the must see places in Ecuador, the Quilotoa tour from Quito starts on the Panamerican highway, Quiltoa crater and lake is located south West of Quito  in the province of Cotopaxi. Considered one of the ten most beautiful lakes around the world.Quilotoa Lake, is the volcano located furthermost  west  of the Ecuadorian Andean range
Quito Airport transportation services availability and Airport Transfer Booking Updated
July 8, 20180
Quito Airport transportation services availability and Airport Transfer Booking Updated
Quito Airport offers several transportation options, meet and greet airport transfers to your accomodation, that can be booked online, as well as buses, shuttle buses, yellow cabs, and additional services as, pharmacies, restaurants, money exchange, gift shops and many other information avaible from a to z in this updated article
Ecuador an orchids paradise
June 27, 20180
Ecuador an orchids paradise
Vienna, Austria’s capital, lies in the country’s east on the Danube River. Its artistic and intellectual legacy was shaped by residents including Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its Imperial palaces, including Schönbrunn, the Habsburgs’ summer residence. In the MuseumsQuartier district, historic and contemporary buildings display works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and other artists.
Mindo an irresistible Cloud Forest
June 22, 20180
Mindo an irresistible Cloud Forest
The cozy small village of Mindo and its surrounding area, were named in 1997 as the first Important Bird Area in the Americas (first IBA) for its exceptional fauna, botanical abundance unique in species, and flora, considered vital for an ecological and responsable tourism development.
Ecuador a Top Green Destination
June 1, 20180
Ecuador a Top Green Destination
Ecuador has been reconized for six years in a row as absolute winner as Leading green destination in the world at the twenty fifth world travel awards edition, competing, with countries as Brazil, Belice, Costa Rica, Kenia, Fiji, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, Seycheles and Norway. The country is located among the 17 megadiverse countries on the planet with just 283,561 km2. Are you ready to enter a green paradise?

Garden islands and lagoon aquaculture yield speciality produce and seafood you won’t find elsewhere – all highlighted in inventive Venetian cuisine, with tantalising traces of ancient spice routes. The city knows how to put on a royal spread, as France’s King Henry III once found out when faced with 1200 dishes and 200 bonbons.

Epic Grandeur

Never was a thoroughfare so aptly named as the Grand Canal, reflecting the glories of Venetian architecture lining its banks. At the end of Venice’s signature waterway, the Palazzo Ducale and Basilica di San Marco add double exclamation points. But wait until you see what’s hiding in the narrow backstreets: neighbourhood churches lined with Veroneses and priceless marbles, Tiepolo’s glimpses of heaven on homeless-shelter ceilings, and a single Titian painting that mysteriously lights up an entire basilica.

Venetian Feasts

Garden islands and lagoon aquaculture yield speciality produce and seafood you won’t find elsewhere – all highlighted in inventive Venetian cuisine, with tantalising traces of ancient spice routes. The city knows how to put on a royal spread, as France’s King Henry III once found out when faced with 1200 dishes and 200 bonbons. Today such feasts are available in miniature at happy hour, when bars mount lavish spreads of cicheti (Venetian tapas). Save room and time for a proper sit-down Venetian meal, with lagoon seafood to match views at canalside bistros and toasts with Veneto’s signature bubbly, prosecco.

An Artful Lifestyle

Pity the day trippers dropped off at San Marco with a mere three hours to take in Venice. That’s about enough time for one long gasp at the show-stopper that is Piazza San Marco, but not nearly enough time to see what else Venice is hiding. Stay longer in this fairy-tale city and you’ll discover the pleasures of la bea vita (the beautiful life) that only locals know: the wake-up call of gondoliers calling ‘Ooooeeeee!’, a morning spritz in a sunny campi (square), lunch in a crowded bacaro (bar) with friends and fuschia-pink sunsets that have sent centuries of artists mad.

Defying Convention

Eyeglasses, platform shoes and uncorseted dresses are outlandish Venetian fashions that critics sniffed would never be worn by respectable Europeans. Venetians are used to setting trends, whether it be with controversial artwork in the Punta della Dogana, racy operas at La Fenice or radical new art at the Biennale. On a smaller scale, this unconventional creative streak finds vibrant expression in the showrooms of local artisans where you can find custom-made red-carpet shoes, purses fashioned from silk-screened velvet and glass jewels brighter than semi-precious stones. In a world of cookie-cutter culture, Venice’s originality still stands out.
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