Argentina


Mystery and beauty, hot and cold weather, the essence of Borges literature legacy, the kingdom of tango, and the land of the romantic gauchos…these are the weapons of mass seduction that Argentina uses to make any traveler fall in love.

The land of extremes

Historical towns that lose their roots in the colonization period wait for travelers to unravel their secret spots. The Western part is owned by the grandeur of the Andes Mountains where you can venture yourself on unforgettable hikes, surrounded by surreal landscapes, while the rugged northeastern region is dominated ...

Mystery and beauty, hot and cold weather, the essence of Borges literature legacy, the kingdom of tango, and the land of the romantic gauchos…these are the weapons of mass seduction that Argentina uses to make any traveler fall in love.

The land of extremes

Historical towns that lose their roots in the colonization period wait for travelers to unravel their secret spots. The Western part is owned by the grandeur of the Andes Mountains where you can venture yourself on unforgettable hikes, surrounded by surreal landscapes, while the rugged northeastern region is dominated by the famed Iguazú Falls National Park. Going South, Argentina blows your mind with its cold, yet tempting holiday destination, Patagonia.

Grand, jagged mountaintop glaciers boast around German settlements, Anglophile ranches, and Welsh people living on the coast. While the weather is not that friendly with everybody, this Southern slice of the Argentinian cake undoubtedly satisfies the taste buds of any adventurous traveling soul. Nature is in a better mood, as you go to the southernmost region of Argentina, in the Ushuaia Region, where all year round the sun overwhelms you with bear hugs in this “City at the End of the World”.

Buenos Aires – South America’s own Paris

Extremely elegant and sophisticated, and maybe the most European city South America hosts, Buenos Aires takes you back in the colonial 19th century times, as you wonder on the long and paved streets that give rise to fancy villas where rich Spanish immigrants used to live. Once the evening sets in, the town starts to vibrate on rhythms born from indigenous Andean instruments, such as wooden flute “quena”, or small banjo “charango”. Tummies are cuddled with either traditional foods, or international ones, as this town has in-store gastronomical experiences for everybody.

Tasting the Argentinian cocktail of wanderlust

Year after year, Northern and Southern lagoons San Jose and Nuevo, are visited by numerous animals that come in these protected waters in order to breed and raise their babies. It’s a real feast for the eyes to observe entire sea lion colonies, seals, and majestic whales. Moreover, penguins are often spotted in the Southernmost parts of the land. Northeast Corrientes province has “paye”, which stands for majestic beauty, as the locals say, and tradition states that you will irrevocably fall in love with this magical place.

The Corriente River closely flows by it, complementing the province with landscapes that put on a natural show to always remember. There is a great variety of year-round travel opportunities that this enormous country has: from some of the tallest mountains in the world and legendary waterfalls to ancient forests and pampas, and modern cities, Argentina has many gifts to surprise you with.

As the world’s eighth-largest country, the land of tango is where urban meets rural in a generous blend of foreign languages and dialects that are strong proofs of the colonization period which this country went through. No matter what they say, Argentina is the place where everything seems at its best.

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