Your travel guide to colonial america

Sample Travel Itinerary


The tour operator Catai Tours, within its collection of travel guides, has published a new work dedicated to Latin America that contains a complete tour of 18 countries with the main cultural, geographical, political and economic keys, the main tourist attractions and a practical guide to each destination, as well as a description of the natural parks.

The company stressed that this commitment to culture extends to its travel program, which “often includes” cultural events as part of the trip, as well as to the sponsorship of events and projects related to culture.

Specialists such as journalist Luis Pancorbo and CSIC historian and scientific researcher Manuel Lucena Giraldo, author of the chapter on ‘History and Colonial Art’, have collaborated in the preparation of the book. Both will participate in the presentation of the guide at Casa de America on January 15, along with Alfredo Moreno, research professor of American History at CSIC, and Matilde Torres, general director of Catai Tours.

Itinerary meaning

But it is also one of the best destinations in the world for backpackers or any kind of traveler. South America has a vibrant and interesting history, large and beautiful cities full of colonial architecture, a language that is relatively easy to learn, some of the most breathtaking natural scenery on earth, incredible wildlife and much more to offer the intrepid traveler.

One of the most appealing aspects for many is that South America is generally quite inexpensive to travel, meaning you can stretch your money much further and travel for much longer than other destinations.

Most travelers stick to the Andean backbone, traveling through the Spanish-speaking countries either north to south or south to north, which is what I would recommend to most. That way, you can concentrate on mastering one language rather than muddling through Portuguese, which makes for an easier path in terms of travel. Brazil is a huge area to explore on its own and is best saved for a stand-alone trip, if possible.

Guía de aprendizaje sobre el descubrimiento de América

LO MÁS DESTACADO DE HOY: Llegada Llegada. Bienvenida a México. Traslado al hotel y tiempo libre. Nuestro guía se pondrá en contacto con usted a última hora de la tarde o le proporcionará información a través de los paneles informativos de la recepción del hotel.

Hoy tenemos un día fantástico para conocer México. Incluimos una visita turística a la ciudad. Visitaremos la Plaza de las Tres Culturas, y el centro histórico en el que destacan el Zócalo y su Catedral Metropolitana, el principal templo azteca, el Parque de Chapultepec, la Avenida “Paseo de la Reforma” y las demás avenidas principales de esta impresionante ciudad. Al final de la visita nos trasladamos a la BASÍLICA DE GUADALUPE, el templo católico más visitado de América donde se encuentra la Virgen de Guadalupe. Allí podremos explorar la antigua basílica que data del siglo XVIII y también el templo moderno. Por la tarde viajaremos al barrio de XOCHIMILCO, un lugar maravilloso con sus canales y jardines semiflotantes. Aquí incluimos un paseo en una “trajinera”, una de las embarcaciones engalanadas con flores. Por la noche incluimos un traslado a la Plaza de GARIBALDI, con sus numerosos bares, restaurantes y locales donde se sirven tacos y tequila y cantan los mariachis. La cena está incluida en un restaurante tradicional.

Sample Travel Itinerary pdf

Once students have learned about the 13 colonies, they can create a travel brochure! This is a fun way for students to demonstrate what they have learned about one of the colonies. They can choose the colony or the teacher can assign them. In this activity, students will create a travel brochure for a colony, including examples of natural resources, jobs, and other opportunities that the colonies sought out.

Students can print and fold their brochures and use them as part of a presentation – they can pretend to be a tour guide or travel agent trying to convince people to move to the colony!

All storyboards and images are private and secure. Teachers can see all of their students’ storyboards, but students can only see theirs. No one else can see anything. Teachers can choose to reduce security if they wish to allow sharing.

All storyboards are private and secure to the portal using enterprise-class file security hosted by Microsoft Azure. Within the portal, all users can view and copy all storyboards. In addition, any storyboard can become “shareable”, where a private link to the storyboard can be shared externally.

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