Argentina

An impressive nation that stretches so far it reaches the sub-tropical north and the sub-Antarctic south, Argentina brings together Andes mountains, glacial lakes and a long coastline.

The iconic capital of Buenos Aires features the outstanding presidential palace and a penchant for passionate tango throughout its nightlife.

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Getting to Argentina

Fly direct to Buenos Aires in Argentina from where you can connect to a series of regional airports and other destinations in South America.

General Information

From the buzzing city life in Buenos Aires, to the dramatic landscape in Patagonia, Argentina has a lot going on.

Buenos Aires is renowned for its fantastic culinary scene and Argentina as a country produces some excellent wines, particularly from Mendoza. Your taste buds are sure to be satisfied. Then of course there is the cultural aspect of the city. Visit the Cementerio de la Recoleta which is amazing to walk around and attending a football match is also a great evening activity to do.

Patagonia is a display of nature at its very best. Parque Nacional Los Glaciares has some of the world’s most accessible ice fields with Glaciar Perito Moreno being the centre of attention. Parque Nacional Los Alerces contains a collection of creeks, jagged mountains and mirror lakes. You will also find the alerce tree which is one of the oldest trees on earth.

Argentina also shares the Iguazu falls with its neighbouring country Brazil. This waterfall is awe-inspiring and definitely worth a visit.

What Everyone Does In Argentina

Buenos Aires is a good starting point. This city is emerging as one of the most modern and cosmopolitan capitals in the world and is setting a trend. The food, culture and atmosphere is one you cannot miss.

What Some People Do In Argentina

Head to Patagonia to see the majestic glaciers, and intriguing wildlife. There are lots of national parks you can visit which offer guided tours lead by experts.

What No One Else Does In Argentina

Head to the Thermal Baths of Villavicencio where the water is said to have healing powers due to the high concentration of minerals.

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