Colosseum of Rome
Among the continents that currently exist in the world, only one can offer so much diversity and options when it comes to tourism. We refer to the American continent, with much more emphasis on the southern part of this continent, which has as much tourism as European countries or Oceania, a tourism that very few know about!
For this reason, it is very important to know a little more about tourism in South America, detailing those countries where it is recommended to go sightseeing based on everything you can do for your personal enjoyment or family. That said, do you want to know the best tourist places?
The country north of the south is one of the richest in biodiversity and tourist sites that will make you see a different perspective of the world around you. In fact, it is impressive how a single country can gather so many different ecosystems ranging from desert landscapes to snowy places, through jungles, plains, beaches, forests and other things that you will not be able to see it all in a single trip.
5. UruguayAnother country that doesn’t have such a cheap cost of living is Uruguay, but what’s expensive, is beautiful! The capital, Montevideo, is full of amazing hostels to volunteer. Not to mention that Punta del Este, one of the most famous beaches in the country and in South America is also full of hostels to choose from.A month in this country is too short to get to know all the places, people and cute accents they have out there (and beware of falling in love with the gorgeous and conquering guys, eh!) and get used to the idea that you will become addicted to Uruguayan Mate.Before you travel to Uruguay, be sure to read about the 12 best places to visit in Uruguay.
Experiences like this serve to show you that many times our fears are so absurd that we can even miss the opportunity to make new and incredible friends and to know places where we could learn many things.Of course it is always good to be alert in these situations at the first moment, although the ideal is to trust your intuition, our senses are never wrong, although many times our survival instinct exaggerates a little.I hope you liked this list of cities to travel alone in South America!
Basilica of the Sacred
Atacama Desert A landscape that looks like something out of Mars. The Atacama Desert, in northern Chile, is the driest non-polar desert on Earth. It is a geographical space delimited on one side by the Pacific Ocean and on the other by the Andes. It is an area rich in mining; but it attracts world tourism for its landscapes, for a certain mysticism related to the ancestral cultures that inhabited it, and also for the sky: it is the best place on the planet to observe the firmament. It is the mecca of astronomical tourism and the location of some of the most important astronomical complexes in the world.
Salar de uyuni
The capital of Argentina is always a good idea to visit. With a variety of cultural activities, it attracts the attention of travelers from all over the world. For those who wish to learn more about its historical buildings, it is advisable to explore the Plaza de Mayo, the Casa Rosada and El Cabildo, and visit the most symbolic monument of the capital, the obelisk.
Gramado’s picturesque streets offer wonderful views. The city benefits from excellent hotels, restaurants and stores where you can buy handmade fabrics, chocolates and other typical local products. Avenida Borges de Medeiros, Avenida das Hortensias, the Matriz Church and the Palace of Festivals are the most popular places to visit.
In the northeastern region of Brazil there are places that are true postcards such as Ipojuca in Pernambuco. The municipality, which is located about 49 kilometers away from the capital Recife and is part of the Mata Atlântica stretch, receives thousands of visitors in search of beautiful beaches.