America

Havana - Kire Bo

Havana

Havana Vieja: Where History Beckons in Every Cobblestone Havana Vieja, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, is a place where history’s echo reverberates through its winding streets. Founded in 1515 and elevated...

Caracas - Bob Arch

Caracas

Nestled in a valley surrounded by mountains, Caracas is the bustling capital city of Venezuela. With a population of over two million people, it is a vibrant and exciting place to visit.

Sao Paulo - Samuel

São Paulo

São Paulo. Welcome to Heliopolis and Sapopemba, Brazil’s hard-core favelas More than eleven million people live in the Brazilian favelas. Every main city has its own: Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, San Paolo, Recife....

Belem - Jorge Mateus Santos bus station

Belém

Located on the mouth of the Amazon River (Brazil), by the southern shores of the Marajò Bay and 140 kilometers far from the Atlantic Ocean, Belém is the capital of the State of Pará.  40%...