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A place that is not in the world... 'My own bucket' list for true travelers
Traveling to South America on the other side of the globe is one of the bucket lists that any traveler has dreamed of. Due to the long topographical characteristics of the north and south, they travel not only one country, but several countries. There are hidden wonders in Peru, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, and Brazil. The Uyuni Desert, Machu Picchu, Iguassu Falls, and other must-see tours in South America are enough to catch tourist's footsteps.
Colombia is the third most populous country in South America. Bogota, the capital, is located in the Andes Mountains 2700m above sea level. Among the cities in the world, the city has the largest number of art galleries and museums, and the Fernando Botero Museum, the Gold Museum, and the Currency Museum are attracting attention. The landmark is the Montserrate, which stands at a height of 4000m. It is climbed by mountain train and ropeway, with a historic cathedral and a haven for those who left before. Enjoying French cuisine from a restaurant on the top of the mountain and looking down at it is an unforgettable scene and will be remembered forever.
In addition, there is the Zipaquira Salt Mine, selected as a must-visit historical site by UNESCO before the death of UNESCO, 30 km away from Bogota city, 200m underground. It is the deepest place in the world, a church in a cave, and more than 100 sculptors and miners have sublimated into art for a long time of 4 years, and it is today.
Machu Picchu, 80 km away from Cusco, is undeniably counted as one of the world's three wonders. You can only enter Machu Picchu Station from Oyantai Tambo Station by train. If you use the Vista Dome train, which is made of glass to the ceiling of the train, you can enjoy the scenery outside. Machu Picchu means 'old peak' in indigenous language, and is located at the place overlooking Urubamba Valley. It is called by various nicknames such as the lost city, the public city, and the public pavilion. Looking down at Machu Picchu from the summit Waina Picchu, it has the shape of a huge new condor, the largest and most sacred in South America.
The Uyuni Salt Desert, ranked as the no. 1 place to go before dying by CNN, is located at an altitude of 3800m. It is a beautiful place with the nickname of the largest mirror in the world.
The huge salt lake is a treasure trove of non-mineral underground resources called lithium. The moment you step into Uyuni, all visitors fall into ecstasy. Staying at the salt hotel, which has only three places, is a heart-thrilling romance for all travel enthusiasts.
Paris in South America is Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires has the widest roads in the world. Eva Peron's mausoleum, the former opera theater, has been remodeled into a bookstore, and has the most beautiful bookstore in the world. The buildings in the city center are also lined with beautiful buildings comparable to those of Europe. Iguazu Falls, the largest waterfall on the planet, spans three countries across the Amazon, Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil. In Argentina, the upstream'devil's throat' is the symbol of the Iguazu Falls.
The Perito Moreno glacier, discovered by Francisco Pasccio Moreno in 1877, is ranked as the most beautiful glacier on the planet.
It is the third largest glacier after Antarctica and Greenland. Most of the glaciers are distributed at an altitude of 2500m or more, and the Perito Moreno, Spegachini, and Uppsala glaciers, which have been separated from the Patagonian continental glacier, are located at a low elevation of 1500m, so they have a much brighter light. Drift ice on Uppsala Glacier is a highlight of glacier tourism.
To explore Torres Del Paine National Park, you need to dress up with cozy wool sweaters and thick boots in port city called Puerto Natales. Puerto Natales is the base camp of Torres del Paine. The National Park Torres del Paine, which is an hour's drive from here, is made up of three granite peaks. Paine means blue in the native language and Torres means tower in Spanish. It means 'pale blue tower' in the native language of Teuelche.