Along the wind-scoured Route 40, Patagonia looms large before the traveler. The Andes mark a jagged border with Chile and sparse settlements appear like mirages. This is Argentina’s Patagonia National Park, a region replete with ancient rock art, wild herds of llama-like guanaco and untrammeled trails.
As a world city home to an extensive history and, consequently, a long artistic legacy, Buenos Aires has a cultural resumé a mile long. Lovers of the fine arts will delight in what the city has to offer; we've come up with a list of our favorite art-inspired sights and activities that connect the past and the present of this metropolis.
South America knows how to throw a party, and when it comes to gay pride, the region puts some of the biggest celebrations in the world, drawing activists and revelers from around the globe to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community in living color. The festivities easily rival those in North America and West Europe, and they will pull you in with their kaleidoscopic energy and messages of love and acceptance.