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PATAGONIA COAST TO COAST
BRASILE, ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY, CILE

Un viaggio in bicicletta di ben 8.192 km tra Brasile, Paraguay, Argentina e Cile. Ad affrontarlo due esperti cicloturisti che hanno unito le loro più grandi passioni, la bici e le terre lontane, in quest'avventura alla fine del mondo. Paolo ed Enrico, questi i loro nomi, partiranno dalle meravigliose Cascate dell'Iguazú per arrivare ad Ushuaia, la città più a sud del mondo, attraversando la vasta pianura della Patagonia argentina. Al ritorno pedaleranno invece sulla Cordigliera delle Ande Cilene da Punta Arenas a Santiago del Cile, dove si concluderà il viaggio.

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    Buenos Aires

    By on July 14, 2015

    The largest city of Argentina, is the capital city Buenos Aires: the financial center, the port, and the most important artistic and tourist location. The city itself has about 3 million inhabitants but the metropolitan area of which it heads exceeds 10 million. With much of the population coming from Europe, Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city, modern and full of attractions.
    political and religious heart of the city is the Plaza de Mayo, built in 1580, will overlook the National Museum of the Cabildo, the national government and city offices, the largest cathedral and the central bank. The best way to appreciate the Latin spirit of Buenos Aires is a walk among his most characteristic neighborhoods: San Telmo, the area of market stalls and street performers, La Boca, created in 800′ by the Genoese sailors, Retiro, Recoleta and Palermo. Not to be underestimated is then also the modern Porto Madero area.

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