Hello dear friends of our travel community, here once again with you and for you, first before anything else thanking you for giving us the opportunity to provide recommendations of tourist places to visit on your vacation; Today’s topic will be directed to the traveler who has more inclination to cultural exchange, al traveler who likes to know new cities, new people and taste typical local dishes in places that have their own identity; once again it should be emphasized that this ranking foreign income data for each country was searched; here are the 7 more visited tourist neighborhoods of South America.
7.- La Candelaria Neighborhood
In the capital of Colombia, this beautiful and picturesque place is worth to visit, legendary stories keep the walls of their homesy and one of this legends is that through a window of the current Foreign Ministry Simón Bolívar managed to escape from the opposition; cultural events, exhibitions of paintings, restaurants with typical food can be found here, or just have a coffee with friends.
6.- Las Peñas Neighborhood
Guayaquil city is also known as the “Pearl of the Pacific”, you will find this very popular neighborhood of Ecuador; Numa Pompilio Llona street (as shown in picture below), named in honor to a renowned Guayaquileño poet, this sector of the city was a place for fishermen and through the years became home for poets, politicians and illustrious families of the city. Next to the Peñas neighborhood can find the Santa Ana hill; here you can find the best restaurants and night bohemian bars, exhibitions of paintings and on its top a beautiful viewpoint to admire the beautiful city of Guayaquil.
5.- Reus Neighborhood
This district of the city of Montevideo was an investment project worker housing in 1888, named in honor of businessman Emilio Reus who was in charge of building this neighborhood contributing to the architecture of the charruas, its streets TRANSVIA pathway passing through this neighborhood in the direction of the office is still preserved. This neighborhood is also known as the Jewish neighborhood because here lived a great Jewish community y in which you can now find many merchants of this offspring.
4.- San Lázaro Neighborhood
Black cobblestone, wrought iron, alleys and history can be found in the oldest district of the city of Arequipa in Peru, dating from the Spanish period founded in 1540, its alleys keep their original structure of the old town called Yarabayas, was named cultural heritage by UNESCO. In this neighborhood live 500 resident families, here you can fature walking tours through churches and several buildings of colonial times.
3.- Bella Vista Neighborhood
Houses built since 1925, along the streets you can find one of the houses of the poet Pablo Neruda’s “Chascona” now a museum. In addition, here you can find restaurants, shopping at good prices in the evening for those who like the bohemian will be delighted in these beautiful colorful buildings.
2.- La Boca Neighborhood
Its name comes from being located at the mouth of the river Matanaza-stream; La Boca is located in the city of Buenos Aires, this neighborhood were born in the two most popular teams in the city Boca Juniors and River Plate; in a short walk you will get to the stadium known as “La Bombonera”, you will also find the street “Caminito” where you can purchase works of several painters of the city, here lived the renowned painter Quinquela Martin, this street is named in tribute to tango composed by Juan de Dios Filiberto and Gabino Coria Penaloza.
1.- Vila Madalena Neighborhood
Unlike other neighborhoods, Vila Madalena in Sao Paulo is a tourist site that draws more attention by the bohemian lifestyle and nightlife party that exists, bars to enjoy with friends and forget the pains; it is also a neighborhood that has high recognition worldwide about fashion is concerned. The original name was los Harapos villa, because of the shops that lifted the Indians in the sixteenth century, changed its name to idea of a Portuguese who bought these lands renaming it to one of his daughters.
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