Polanco, Mexico City's most sophisticated neighborhood, is notable for its cultural diversity and numerous restaurants, boutiques and museums.
If you're planning to visit Mexico City, these are the restaurants in Polanco that you won't want to miss.
Himalayan rock salt is well-known. However, few people are familiar with the other big source of non-sea salt in the world: Sal de Maras (salt from Maras). The pink salt, harvested in the Peruvian Andes, is increasingly appreciated in Peru as well as by its foreign visitors.
There is an ongoing debate among travelers whether you can or should take coca home with you.... Yeah, that coca. Coca leaf products are plentiful in Peru and other Andean countries and it isn't addictive when consumed in its natural form.
On your stroll in São Paulo’s historic center, the sight of an ornate, vaulted building with stained glass may stop you in your tracks.
Brazilian pizza may vary from the American and Italian versions, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t just as tasty. On the contrary, Brazil's pizzas are often topped with fresh greens and veggies like arugula and hearts of palm.
California is famous for its beaches. San Diego, one of California's best beach towns, is also famous for its tacos. They're a great way to quench your hunger after a hard day of suntanning & surfing.
Mexican restaurants have been a staple in Austin for decades, but the explosion of the trailer food scene has brought in some harder-to-find cuisines and allowed them to test their concepts on a smaller scale. Read on for our top nine picks if you’re looking to expand your Latin horizons.