El Celler de Can Roca, considered the second best restaurant in the world in 2018 (according to...Read More
Category: Travel and culture-Venezuela
Founded in 1975 by maestro José Antonio Abreu, The System features a learning model that has united, over four decades, some 2.600,000 Venezuelans. (Courtesy El Sistema)Read More
According to Chef Helena Ibarra, appealing of the taste memory of patrons is a must, so she has created a “new alphabet in terms of food” (Courtesy of Helena Ibarra)Read More
Currently the Venezuelan Amazonian Food Foundation works with craft beer producers in order to evaluate how different ingredients behave when fermented. (Courtesy: Zimbio.com)Read More
Herrera is the first woman that receives this Award, in the past it has been received by her colleagues Michael Kors (2013), De la Renta (2012) and Valentino (2011)Read More
- 10 Best Places to Visit in Ecuadorby Juan GavasaAs Ecuador’s largest city with almost 2.7 million people, Guayaquil is the commercial heart of Ecuador. Located on the banks of the Guayas River that leads to the Pacific Ocean, the city was founded in 1538 by the Spanish conquistador Francisco de Orellana. The Parque Historico Guayaqui offers colonial buildings, lush gardens and animals native to the country; visitors especially like the free admission. Las Peñas is a colorful, old neighborhood with a lighthouse and great views of the city below while Malecon 2000, a boardwalk along the river, is a great place to end the day.
- 10 Jamaican Startups You Must Have Under Your Radarby Juan GavasaJamaica’s startup ecosystem is still in a growing stage, but it shows obvious dynamism and development symptoms.
- 10 Must-Visit Attractions in Panama Cityby Juan GavasaBiomuseo
- 10 Reasons to Invest in Montrealby Juan GavasaMontreal is still behind other big North American cities in terms of economic vitality, according to the ranking issued by the Institut du Quebec, but the city has one card up its sleeve: its quality of life.
- 10 Startups That Are Transforming the Lives of Mexicansby Juan GavasaThe Conekta founders; from left to right: Leo Fischer, Hector Cárdenas and Cristina Randall.