A train to the clouds. Argentina

Train to the Clouds is a tourist train service in Salta province, Argentina. The third highest railway in the world, it was originally built for economic and social reasons, but is now primarily of interest to tourists as a heritage railway.

500px / Photo "el Ateneo Bookstore, Buenos Aires"Argentina by Taylor Moore crazyBuenosAires.com by TheCrazyCities.com

"El Ateneo" Bookstore, Buenos Aires"Argentina by Taylor Moore --- My fav place in BsAs .was a theather and now is a bookstore, is amazing Karina Apipilhuasco

Museo de Arte de Tigre, Argentina

The Municipal Museum of Art, Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina by Daniel Smiriglio

San Telmo’s Sunday Antiques Market - A must visit....especially on Sunday. (Shopping/San Telmo/Buenos Aires)

San Telmo's Sunday Antiques Market

Wander the streets of quaint San Telmo - The barrio of San Telmo exudes faded grandeur and bohemian spirit. This was one of the best experience while visiting Argentina.

Avenida 9 de Julio (widest avenue in the world), Buenos Aires, Argentina

Avenida 9 de Julio (widest avenue in the world), Buenos Aires, Argentina. I've been here- takes 2 lights to cross!

Guanajuato, Mexico  Restaurante La Taberna de Diego y Frida

Looks like such a beautiful place Guanajuato Mexico / Travel Photography / 5 x 7 by giselphotography

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Arial shot of "Avenida 9 de Julio" in Buenos Aires. This Avenue is the widest Avenue in the world. The Obelisk in the middle looks just like the Washington Monument in Washington D. Buenos Aires is a fascinating city.

Palacio Barolo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Romantic Buenos Aires - Palacio Barolo Symbols of and references to Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy.