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Luxury Vacation In ARGENTINA

Luxury Vacation In Argentina – Think big. The country boasting the highest Andrean peak (Aconcagua) and the southernmost city (Ushuaia) can settle any other competing claims, true or not. In Argentina, engaging in life’s everlasting debates – preferably over a steak and several bottles of wine – is a part of the fun. Buenos Aires offers countless avenues to all-night revelry, but its rocket cab rides are only one route to adventure. Beyond the city limits, nature comes unbashed and boundless. The dry pastel hues of the desert in the north give way to the lush falls of Iguazu, the crisp skies of the lakes region and the glacier-clad south. Do as locals do: slow down, accept time as fluid, and you will draw in all manner of encounters.

Best time to visit in Argentina

March to May (autumn) for Buenos Aires, December to March (summer) in Patagonia

Best time to visit in Argentina

March to May (autumn) for Buenos Aires , December to March (summer) in Patagonia

Places to visit in Argentina

  • A soaked and ear-shattering panorama of the spectacular Iguazu Falls.
  • The seductive steps of tango performed without a stage.
  • Endangered southern right whales in Reserva Faunistica Peninsula Valdes.
  • The kaleidoscopic colours of the desert valley of Quebrada de Humahuaca.
  • Stray cats and sculpted mausoleums in Recoleta Cementery, the final stop for Buenos Aires’ rich and famous.

Places to visit in Argentina

  • A soaked and ear-shattering panorama of the spectacular Iguazu Falls.
  • The seductive steps of tango performed without a stage.
  • Endangered southern right whales in Reserva Faunistica Peninsula Valdes.
  • The kaleidoscopic colours of the desert valley of Quebrada de Humahuaca.
  • Stray cats and sculpted mausoleums in Recoleta Cementery , the final stop for Buenos Aires’ rich and famous.

Top things to do in Argentina

  • Live it up till the sun comes up in Buenos Aires’ bars and clubs.
  • Hear thunderous cracks watching the massive Glaciar Perito Moreno calve.
  • Test run various vintages on a bodega (winery) tour outside Mendoza.
  • Ride the windy range with gauchos (cowboys) at a Patagonian estancia (grazing establishment).
  • Feast on steaks and every other part of a cow at a backyard asado (barbecue).

Top things to do in Argentina

  • Live it up till the sun comes up in Buenos Aires’ bars and clubs.
  • Hear thunderous cracks watching the massive Glaciar Perito Moreno calve.
  • Test run various vintages on a bodega (winery) tour outside Mendoza.
  • Ride the windy range with gauchos (cowboys) at a Patagonian estancia (grazing establishment).
  • Feast on steaks and every other part of a cow at a backyard asado (barbecue).

Discover Argentina

  • Read Jorge Luis Borges’ short story The Gospel According to Mark, a dark and witty allegory of admiration and misunderstanding between urban and rural folk.
  • Listen to the wandering alt rhythms of Juana Molina, the folk-rock humor of Kevin Johansen, the tangos of Astor Piazzolla and gritty classic Argentine rock.
  • Watch a young Che Guevara discover Latin America in The Motorcycle Diaries.
  • Eat empanadas (pastries stuffed with savoury fillings), alfajores (a popular sweet) and facturas (sweet pastries).
  • Drink mate (pronounced mah-tay), a bitter tea served in a gourd with a metal straw and shared among friends and colleagues.

Discover Argentina

  • Read Jorge Luis Borges’ short story The Gospel According to Mark , a dark and witty allegory of admiration and misunderstanding between urban and rural folk.
  • Listen to the wandering alt rhythms of Juana Molina, the folk-rock humor of Kevin Johansen, the tangos of Astor Piazzolla and gritty classic Argentine rock.
  • Watch a young Che Guevara discover Latin America in The Motorcycle Diaries.
  • Eat empanadas (pastries stuffed with savoury fillings) , alfajores (a popular sweet) and facturas (sweet pastries).
  • Drink mate (pronounced mah-tay) , a bitter tea served in a gourd with a metal straw and shared among friends and colleagues.

Argentina Highlights

Tango, mate rituals, Spanish colonial architecture, the Perons, glaciers, the Andes, Patagonia, gauchos, grass-fed beef Malbec wine

Argentina Highlights

Tango , mate rituals , Spanish colonial architecture , the Perons , glaciers , the Andes , Patagonia , gauchos , grass-fed beef Malbec wine

One word for Argentina Tourism

iAnda! (Get out, I don’t believe it!)

One word for Argentina Tourism

iAnda! (Get out, I don’t believe it!)
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