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Where to rent a car in Cuba (or car rental)
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Where to rent a car in Cuba (or car rental)

Renting a car in Cuba or as they say, renting a car, begins to be common in the most fashionable island in the Caribbean. Until a few years ago it seemed unthinkable, but since the opening of Cuba many tourists have been encouraged to move by car beyond the taxi or bus. Is it time to rent a car in Cuba in order to tour the island?

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#AllMexicoTrip. New Boeing 787 from Aeromexico

Rarely do you have the privilege of being able to enjoy business class on an airplane like the Boeing 787 of Aeromexico. It is clear that traveling like this is traveling with a multitude of amenities, but if you travel in a tourist class on this plane you will not be left behind either. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is one of the new aircraft in the modern Aeromexico fleet.
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Mexico. We visited the Jose Cuervo Tequila Distillery

The Jose Cuervo Tequila Distillery or also called Mundo Cuervo is the oldest distillery in America, a place where you can see first-hand agave fields where tequila is extracted, the elaboration process and of course, taste it to savor Mexican culture. In the Jose Cuervo Tequila agave fields and their elaboration process The Tequila is originally from a town with the same name of the state of Jalisco, Mexico.
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Charming villages. San Sebastian del Oeste

San Sebastián del Oeste, a charming town, is just over an hour from Puerto Vallarta. It is a town that coincidentally does not appear mentioned in many of the great travel guides, but that hides many possibilities of active tourism and all the charms of a town that has barely suffered the tourist explosion like many parts of Mexico.
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We are going to Mexico! #AllMexicoTrip

As you hear it, Travel for free next May will depart to Mexico in the #AllMexicoTrip by the hand of All Mexico Pass. In the past Fitur, in Madrid, the call to participate in this annual event was announced to promote many corners of Mexico. We don't know what we will have given them, but they liked our proposal!
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A multisensory whiskey tasting in Madrid

A multisensory tasting of whiskey in Madrid. Hand in hand with Blogonbrands we went to a very original event in the Studio Pradillo 54 room in Madrid. A tasting of whiskey somewhat special or rather, multisensory, accompanied by violinist Ara Makilian to the sound of one of the best whiskeys in the world, Glenfiddich.
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Interview on Do not be told

Today we publish an interview on the radio to Travel for free on one of the most traveling radios, That they do not tell you. For those who do not know that they do not tell you, it is a radio program born in March 2011 for people with concerns, adventurous spirit and enthusiasm for knowing the mysterious places that our planet contains.
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Senegal. Goree Island

Senegal. The island of Gore e. Dakar has long since ceased to be a city with multi-colored houses, without noise or traffic or chaos, but not long ago that Dakar has become one of the most prosperous cities in West Africa where many multinationals have laid their foundations so that Many Europeans and well-off people in Dakar build neighborhoods for few and outsiders to an outside world that is the real world around them.
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Senegal. The decaffeinated Niokolo Koba National Park

The decaffeinated Niokolo Koba National Park. Niokolo Koba is possibly the best national park in Senegal, where endangered species such as leopards, elephants (I'm afraid there are none left), lions, hippos, giant elands (the world's largest antelope) and especially Warthogs ( Pumba, in The Lion King), baboons and monkeys, many monkeys, in an area that covers about 900.
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Viaja's YouTube channel for free

We have been posting videos on YouTube for one of our trips for a year, so we have joined the trend of creating a channel in this well-known social network to unify them. We will be uploading videos of the different destinations that we speak in Travel for free with the aim of showing you live and even more closely, as they are and that you can find if you decide to undertake that trip that you want so much.
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We are anniversary. We are one year old !!!

Today is a great day in Travel for free. Last week having a coffee we talked about the idea of ​​making a video that will reflect many of the articles we have published during the first year in our particular Internet journey. A video that reflects experiences, moments and images of places to visit sometime in life, but above all, a video dedicated to all our followers on Twitter, Facebook and those who support us in this particular project.
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Senegal. The remote Country Bassari

Bassari country. After leaving behind the most important national park in Senegal, Niokolo Koba, we arrive at Kedougou, the largest city in the southeast of the country and barely 2 hours from Niokolo. Kedougou is the main entrance to the Bassari Country and is the typical city that is better to miss, since except for its market, in order to collect supplies, the city is one of the many sad and dusty cities Senegal has.
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Barcelona. 5 places you have to visit

Barcelona is a city that has undergone two major transformations. The first with the arrival of genius of several architects who put Barcelona at the forefront of modernism in the late nineteenth century. The second transformation was at the end of the 20th century, with those olympics to remember and that gave light and showed a “hidden” sea to Barcelona, ​​giving it the splendor it has today and placing it as one of the most desired cities of the 21st century .
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Draw. Take one of these travel guides by the face

Today we start with good news, we raffle three Anaya Touring travel guides. Until April 21 you can participate in the raffle of one of these three travel guides. Morocco, a complete guide to enjoy the wonders of North Africa. The total London guide, possibly one of the most complete guides of the English icon.
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Myanmar Sagaing Hill

There is a place in Myanmar where the glow of the stupas stands out over a landscape of green hills. We talk about Sagaing Hill, a place where gold and white make up a fascinating scene. Mandalay may have its chaotic or dirty part, but this small town on the outskirts of the ancient capital places it in one of Myanmar's most important and beautiful destinations.
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Nicaragua. Turtles on the Escalante River

Turtles in the Escalante River. A little over a century ago, former British explorers entered the African jungle seeking to discover new places to take to the "modern" Europe. Nowadays, those of us who continue dreaming about these adventures and live in corners like old Europe are content to search the internet for isolated sites, with little tourism and that hardly appear in the main travel guides.
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Video of the week. Ascension to Chachani (Peru)

Ascent to Chachani. We present the video of the week. This is a very special video for Viajaporlibre because it is the story of the first ascent we have made to a mountain over 6000m high, the 6075m Chachani, located north of the city of Arequipa in Peru.
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Park Güell, schedules and rates of the Barcelona icon

Parque Güell, one of the wonders of Antonio Gaudí, will allow us to submit a series of articles about our experiences in Barcelona through useful tips and data such as schedules, tricks, recommended hotels and rates so you can enjoy your stay in one of the capitals of the Mediterranean.
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The best routes of the Guadarrama National Park

The Guadarrama National Park was born barely two years ago, in July 2013, being the first national park in Madrid with no less than 30,000 hectares. This makes it the fourth national park by extension, although they are somewhat short because of the beauty and the places it hides for hiking and enjoying nature.
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Nicaragua, Ometepe Island

Located on Lake Nicaragua or Lake Cocibolca, the island of Ometepe is one of those places in Central America that you should not miss. From the air it looks like an eight, an eight formed by two volcanoes, the Concepción with 1,610m and the Maderas with 1,394m, both joined by a small isthmus. Concepcion Volcano The island of Ometepe Lake Nicaragua is known worldwide for the possibility of seeing sharks in fresh water, whose presence is due to the only exit of the lake, the San Juan River.
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Skiing in Andorra. Vallnord station

The ski season begins and the accommodations begin to smoke. One option is to ski in Vallnord, Andorra in search of new or known sensations, finding places of great tranquility and possibly adapted to go with young children. All this and much more is what we can find in Vallnord, a more flirtatious station than GrandValira and ideal for quieter skiers.
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