Antigua Guatemala is known as the best-preserved Spanish colonial city in Central America. It’s renowned for its colonial buildings, cobbled streets, thermal waters, volcano sightseeing, delicious food, and colorful handicrafts.
Carnival season in Latin America stretches from late January to early March, leading to Lent. The festival tradition, rooted in Roman Catholic traditions, was exported to Latin America by the Spanish colonists.
Each country has its unique specialties, but certain condiments, such as pico de gallo and guacamole, are used throughout the region. Here are some of the most delectable Latin delights from empanadas and tostones to ceviche and tres leches!
As of 2020, 5 countries stood out regarding immigration, especially intra-regional migration. Based on recent data, Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador have had the highest number of emigrants.