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A Guide to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

Thinking of visiting the winding, historic streets of Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay? Read a full city guide from Buenos Aires or Montevideo here.

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5 Things To Do In Sucre, Bolivia

A sleep city with a revolutionary history, Bolivia’s white city is the best spot to perfect your Spanish or take a quick break in an easy-going town.

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What To Do in La Paz, Bolivia

Some bizarre activities in a fully bizarre city.

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Tallinn, a Baltic Gem

Nestled in the non-touristic north of the Baltics, Tallinn is a fairytale medieval city begging to be explored

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Visiting Leticia, Tabatinga and Santa Rosa, all at once

You never fully know where you are in this Amazonian border town, which sits between Colombia, Brazil and Peru. Filled with people coming and going between different towns along the Amazon river, visit Leticia for a rare insight into Amazon life.

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Iquitos: The Gateway to The Amazon

The largest city in the world that is inaccessible by land or sea, Iquitos is a quirky and surprisingly buzzing town in the absolute middle of nowhere. Whether just dipping your toe in the jungle, or stopping in as part of a full Amazon adventure, it’s worth checking out this guide.

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A Practical Guide to Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is a beautiful and rarely travelled gem of Central Asia. For practical information on travel, language, safety, and what to expect, check this out.

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A Guide to Travel in Tehran

Tehran is intense. Swaths of beige line frantic streets, sweating in the Persian heat. Glamorous women with coiffed hair under loosley laid scarves, wild colours catch your eye from the fruit and the clothes and the spices of the market, and drivers and pedestrians navigate around each other with a rather lenient approach to traffic laws. Warm and dusty, the atmosphere of Tehran hits you immediately.

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Visiting Persepolis

Of the greatest wonders of the ancient world, few were as magnificent as the city of Persepolis, and far fewer still stand. Intricate details preserved at the site rival some of the wonders of Egypt. Founded by Darius the Great in 520 BC, Persepolis is a living legacy of the mighty Persian empire. Designed by architects from all over the expansive empire to his palace at Persepolis, the carved walls depict African kings and Asian merchants, all converging into the empire's great capital.

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A Practical Guide to Iran

Iran is magnificent and misunderstood. Warped global perspectives of the Persian people has deterred travelers for years, but it's one of the oldest, grandest and most interesting parts of the world. You absolutely should visit.

 

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