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Places To Go In Argentina

Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is a glamorous mix of traditional and Art Deco elegance and cutting edge urban chic.Known also as the Paris of the South, it boasts wide boulevards, leafy parks and classic elegant architecture as well as fine cuisine and shopping. Buenos Aires is one of the most cosmopolitan of all...
Cordoba & Estancias
Estancias and ranch life are the backbone of Argentinean culture and history, and there are some excellent places to stay in the Cordoba region.
Ibera Wetlands & the Northeast
Iberá WetlandsTo the south of Iguazu the Iberá Wetlands are the second largest marshlands in South America and are double the size of the Everglades in Florida (the largest wetlands being Brazil’s Pantanal).Still a relatively remote region, the area is home to an abundance...
Iguazu Falls
The mighty Iguazu Falls straddle the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay and since 1986, have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.One of the most awe-inspiring and stunning wonders of the natural world; a trip to Iguazu Falls is a wonderful inclusion in any holiday to South America....
Lake District
The Lakes District of northern Patagonia is renowned for its beautiful scenic lakes set against the backdrop of the Andes and bordering Chile.
At the foot of the Andes, Mendoza is an attractive city best known for its plentiful vineyards that now produce over 70% of Argentina's wines.The wine capital of Argentina has tree-lined avenues, huge villas, small adobe house and wineries, while in the neighbouring countryside there are some...
The Patagonia region, located at the southern tip of South America, straddles both Argentina and Chile.Within Argentina, this southern region offers spectacular wild and majestic scenery in the Parque Nacional Los Glaciares (Glaciers National Park) - an UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981...
Salta & the Northwest
Salta and the northwest of Argentina have a very different feel to some of the more cosmopolitan parts of the country.Home to some of the most spectacular natural landscapes in the country, this is a land of rich red desert earth, vivid blue skies and awe-inspiring mountainous panoramas. Much of...
The Pampas
The Pampas is an immense plain that stretches across the provinces of Buenos Aires, La Pampa and across to Santa Fe and Cordoba.Its fertile soil and smooth landscapes has ensured a long tradition of agriculture and cattle-ranching in this region. Many of the ranches or estancias in this area have...
Ushuaia & Tierra del Fuego
Deep in the southern part of Patagonia, between Cape Horn and the Magellan Strait, the land breaks up into an archipelago, the largest island of which is Tierra del Fuego.Ushuaia, the capital of the Tierria Del Fuego province, is the southernmost city in the world, and is the base for...
Valdes Peninsula
The Valdes Peninsula is a vast area overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, some 2 hours south of Buenos Aires by air. See whales June - November.
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