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Wind Powered Ice Skating Rink Comes to Mexico City’s Zocalo Plaza

Wind Powered Ice Skating Rink Comes to Mexico City’s Zocalo Plaza

An ice rink has been set up in the Zocalo, Mexico City's largest plaza, in an effort to make it easier for the capital's residents to get a taste of winter sports. continue reading »

San Diego-to-Tijuana “Toy Run” Remains Popular 25 Years Later

San Diego-to-Tijuana “Toy Run” Remains Popular 25 Years Later

More than 3,000 motorcyclists traveled from San Diego to Tijuana to participate in the 28th edition of the "Toy Run," a charitable event to support children living in the Mexican border city. continue reading »

Record Number of Colombians Seek Visas to Travel to U.S.

Record Number of Colombians Seek Visas to Travel to U.S.

A record half a million Colombians this year have requested a U.S. visa and 85 percent of those requests have been approved, the U.S. consulate in Bogota reported after the milestone was reached. continue reading »

Cuba Looks to Expand Tourism Sector by Permitting Yachts at Its Marinas

Cuba Looks to Expand Tourism Sector by Permitting Yachts at Its Marinas

Cuba will foster the development of its tourist marinas with facilities for recreational vessels, according to a decree approved by the government and published on Tuesday in the official gazette. continue reading »

It’s Official Pisco is Peruvian

It’s Official Pisco is Peruvian

PIsco is Peruvian! Assertion made by the European Commission (EC) and announced by Peru's Foreign Ministry this week regarding the alcoholic beverage often associated with the South American country. continue reading »

Gift from Venezuelan Andes:  Stunning New Daisy Species

Gift from Venezuelan Andes:  Stunning New Daisy Species

Biologists from the Smithsonian Institution, St. Louis University and Universidad de Los Andes have discovered a stunningly beautiful new species of daisy high up in the Venezuelan Andes. continue reading »

Flights from Key West to Cuba Resume After 51 Years

Flights from Key West to Cuba Resume After 51 Years

Direct passenger flights between Key West and Cuba, suspended in 1962, will resume on Nov. 15, one of the charter companies flying the route confirmed to Efe. continue reading »

Fort Lauderdale Looks to Bring More LatAm Tourists to City

Fort Lauderdale Looks to Bring More LatAm Tourists to City

The southeastern Florida city of Fort Lauderdale plans to spend a record $6.5 million in 2014 on a tourism marketing plan seeking to attract customers from Latin America, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, or GFLCVB, said. continue reading »

Cuba Opens Tourism Sector to Private Initiatives

Cuba Opens Tourism Sector to Private Initiatives

Cuba's state-owned travel agencies and tourist entities will be able to book private lodgings and restaurants, the government said Thursday. continue reading »

Uruguay to Offer Disabled Tourists More Access to Historic Sites

Uruguay to Offer Disabled Tourists More Access to Historic Sites

Uruguay has launched an ambitious plan to make its tourist offerings more accessible to the disabled thanks to the support of Spain's Fundacion ONCE, which on Wednesday participated in this capital in a seminar on the subject. continue reading »