Argentina is currently one of the Latin American countries that offers more tourist possibilities to travelers. It is the destination chosen by many foreigners who want to experience new sensasionces and that is why the tourist activity is in full expansion. Argentina is a country that invites you to enjoy its nature and its people, and among its tourist attractions we find natural environments, fascinating cities, the tranquility of rural tourism and a rich history. Enjoying vacations in Argentina will be extremely pleasant. Due to the longitudinal and latitudinal amplitude, Argentina is crossed by a variety of climates. The vast territory of the Republic is endowed with great tourist attractions. It has modern means of transport: air, sea, river, land and urban and the main airlines of the world fly to Argentina. Tourism in Argentina means having a wide variety of options for its visitors. It is a country that has almost three million square kilometers (it is the fourth largest country in America and the eighth largest country in the world). It has a topography of a unique variety such as its climates and vegetation. Argentina has within its vast borders some of the most envied natural wealth and treasures in the world. Spanish is the official language and is spoken by all Argentines. English, French and Italian are languages spread to a greater or lesser extent within the country. Its cultural roots are predominantly European, and that is reflected in its architecture, music, literature and lifestyle. Various sports are practiced, but football is the most predominant. The tamporada high in Argentina takes place in the months of January and February (summer vacations) and July (winter vacations). In those periods there is a lot of local tourism and prices in general are higher. Buenos Aires can be enjoyed all year, although in summer it is very hot (January and February especially). LIST DEDICATED TO: Lorenzoo !! and to all those who live in Argentina I know you live in Argentina just like me !!, and you are a great friend: D
Mar del Plata - Buenos Aires
Mar del Plata is an important port city and Argentine resort located on the coast of the Argentine Sea, in the southeast of the province of Buenos Aires. In Mar del Plata you will find the most suitable beach to your liking, the privileged trilogy of air, sun and sea challenge your senses. The city is one of the main tourist centers of the country, and receives during each summer season between approximately 4 and 6 million visitors, thus producing a jump in the number of inhabitants, which has risen in extreme cases to multiply ten times The stable population. In order to receive such a wave of visitors, it has a complete tourist infrastructure. In addition to the summer offer, the so-called Pearl of the Atlantic. The climate of Mar del Plata is temperate oceanic, with abundant rainfall throughout the year and cool temperatures. The summers are mild and rainy, with very pleasant temperatures (an average of 19/20 º) and the winters cool to cold (average temperature of 6/7 º)
Quebrada de Humahuaca - Jujuy
The Quebrada de Humahuaca is known in the world for its colorful landscape and its charming villages with colonial churches and its Inca past. Walking the riverbed of the Rio Grande, the road is steep more and more. We can appreciate throughout the region the different shades that form the hills of the Quebrada de Humahuaca. Not only the chromatic subtleties attract attention but also their textures created by geological movements, erosion and time. Purmamarca is one of the most picturesque villages. They are few blocks from peace and terra cotta adobe houses. Around the central square is the church built in the seventeenth century that still retains intact its cardon wood and several craft stalls are grouped nearby. A centenary carob tree is witness to all its hustle and bustle. Purmamarca grew up under the protection of the famous "Hill of seven colors", which can be surrounded on foot or by car along the road of Los Colorados, some hills that emerge strangely from the rock. Further north we find the city of Tilcara, the most important in the region from a cultural point of view: In it you can visit the archaeological museum, fairs, folklore rocks and the famous Pucará with its cactus garden. A pucará is an ancient indigenous military city, which for strategic reasons was built at a point from which a vast area is visually dominated. The view from there is really unmissable. In the old citadel the atmosphere of other times is also perceived that nests in the texture of the rocks, the walls and the corrals.
Ushuaia - Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands
Ushuaia is an Argentine city, capital of the province of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands. It is known as "The City of the End of the World", for being the southernmost city on the planet. Based on this concept, the End of the World Museum was created there. Ushuaia offers, in its surroundings, unexplored virgin territories that invite discovery and adventure. Therefore, the main activities that can be carried out in this privileged corner are related to nature, including trekking, horseback riding, climbing and diving. Cerro Castor is the option that Ushuaia offers snow lovers during the winter months. Thousands of years took ocean waters to erode part of the continent or serious telluric movements generated this continental split, forming a large island and an interoceanic passage. The weather is cold, although pleasant. Temparatures make it possible to practice winter sports such as alpine and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, downhill sledding or dog-drawn, etc. but they do not reach extremes that impede the normal functioning of the city or the tourist activity.
It is very gratifying to visit the capital of the Argentine province of Salta since it contains history, tradition and viceregal architecture. The Spanish imprint distinguishes it from the rest of the cities in the country. The colonial influence is felt when walking through its streets and it is discovered in its old colonial houses with wooden balconies. The beauty surprises in the city and surroundings and the whole province deserves without a doubt its nickname: "Salta, the pretty one". The Tren de las Nubes is one of the three highest railroads in the world and leaves from the province of Salta and crosses the Andes Mountains. The city of Salta is surrounded by hills and is built in the Lerma Valley from 1582. The Cathedral is impressive, as impressive as the images it contains and which are the object of veneration: the Lord and the Virgin of the Miracle, which They convene in September the most famous public procession in Argentina. The old Cabildo, with its Museum of the history of the North and numerous businesses of Creole silverware complete the sector of the square. One block away, the San Francisco Church. from the 18th century, it is one of the most beautiful for its ornamentation, colorful and the colorful tower of 57 meters, the highest in South America at the time of its construction. A city tour should include a visit to the San Bernardo de las Carmelitas Descalzas convent. . You can also climb the cable car to Cerro San Bernardo to see the view of the capital and its surroundings. The monument to Guemes, at the foot of the hill San Bernardo, and the Monument February 20, in the north of the city, are many other works that are recommended to visit.
Moon Valley - San Juan
The Ischigualasto Provincial Park, or Valle de la Luna is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular wonders that Argentina offers. Its name comes from a Quechua word that means: "Site where the moon perches". It is located in the northwest of the province of San Juan, in the department of San Agustín de Valle Fértil; in a region that millions of years ago was a lake with abundant vegetation prone to the life of different vertebrate species. Today the desert climate is one of the characteristics of the place, with little rain that usually occurs in summer, strong winds and extreme temperatures. The traces of an ancestor are discovered step by step. Traces of plant and animal life emerge from the ground, revealing and studying the origin of life on this planet. Nobody would have thought that an immense lake surrounded by lush vegetation, where a great variety of species grew and prospered the reproduction of any number of animals, today is a great desert with very few rains, strong winds and high temperatures. It was declared a Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO, together with the Talampaya National Park in La Rioja.
Perito Moreno - Calafate - Santa Cruz
The Perito Moreno Glacier is the most important of the many that we can find in the Los Glaciares National Park in the southwest of the province of Santa Cruz. It is without a doubt one of the most spectacular views that visitors can admire in Argentina. It is an incredible wall of ice that extends along a deep valley. Its front is 5 km long and more than 60 meters. Tall. It is one of the most imposing glaciers in the world, and has been considered the eighth wonder because of the spectacular views it offers. It is located in an unbeatable area, surrounded by beautiful forests and mountains, is within the Los Glaciares National Park. This park, created in 1937 has 724,000, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The town of El Calafate is located on the southern margin of Lake Argentino, 315 km away. from Río Gallegos, about 80 km. of the entrance to Los Glaciares National Park. Located on a steppe landscape, visitors are surprised by the breadth of their views, the turquoise color of Lake Argentino and the vegetation of a desert area.
Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and with its strong European influence, it is the most cosmopolitan city in South America. It offers a combination of stately styles with a modernity and dynamism that generates in the visitor the desire to return. It stands out as the favorite center of foreign tourists. The characteristic "Buenos Aires night" surprises the newcomer for the great amount of cultural, gastronomic and entertainment offer. It was founded in 1580 and located on the western bank of the Rio de Plata, and was named for Spanish navigators. The "Greater Buenos Aires" is the area where more than 11 million people live. Its wide avenues, its tree-covered streets, its atmosphere and its cultural identity, with its magnificent architecture captivate the Viajerons. It is not possible to discover it in a single day, since there are many sites with individual distinctive features that give the city a very special air. Part of its charm is in its environment, in walking through the different areas of a city that seems to live in its own world, in sitting in a confectionery to have a delicious tea in the best British style, or better sitting in a cafe feeling like in Paris, for its atmosphere of dark woods and polished bronzes.
San Carlos de Bariloche- Bariloche- Rio Negro
Within the territory of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, and on the southern coast of the beautiful homonymous lake, the city of San Carlos de Bariloche is one of the most beautiful and scenic cities in the province of Río Negro, as well as one of the tourist centers of most important in Argentina. It offers a wide range of services, and is much more than the perfect destination for the graduate trip. It is undoubtedly the tourist capital of Patagonia and leaves no space or time for indecision. The province of Río Negro presents a spectacular physiognomy with lakes, rivers, hills, forests and stands out in the beautiful city of San Carlos de Bariloche. As attractive as it is varied, this city annually attracts an average of 650,000 tourists towards enjoyment, satisfaction and entertainment, regardless of the time of year (because not only in winter we recommend visiting Bariloche but at all times). The offers of activities according to the times range from skiing, snowboarding and other white sports in winter; fishing, rowing and adventure in summer; and confluence of activities at intermediate stations. The Cerro Catedral, one of the main ski centers in the country. This mountain located near the urban center, is a must-see site for all tourists from southern Argentina and there you will find winter sports, snow excursions, excitement, nature and adrenaline. Cerro Otto, with its many alternatives and its access to the Piedras Blancas Winter Complex; and Cerro Tronador, with its height, its natural amphitheater, its passage towards Los Alerces Waterfall and its majestic panoramic view; they are other of the haughty options offered by Bariloche in its wide range.
The province of Córdoba is located in the center of the continental territory of Argentina. Its capital is the homonymous city located in the center of the province and was born from the desire to link Upper Peru with the Río de la Plata. Its favorable climate throughout the year, its high level of security and its infrastructure guarantee visitors the highest quality care. Its shopping centers, its shopping centers and gastronomic services, its intense cultural activity and its nightlife in theaters, casinos, confectioneries and discos make it a good destination to visit. Córdoba offers tourism its history and its imposing landscapes, possessing captivating places full of surprises for visitors. A direct way to access the city is by air, since it has the Pajas Blancas International Airport. The tourist can make entertaining pedestrian circuits that link the Plaza San Martín with the centenary Cathedral, the Historic Town Hall, the House of Trejo and with different museums, among others. A few kilometers away, on the outskirts of Córdoba, you can carry out different activities of adventure tourism or alternative tourism, such as excursions in 4x4 vehicles, mountain biking or paragliding, in one of the most beautiful regions of Argentina. The cities of Villa Carlos Paz, La Falda, Mina Clavero and Villa General Belgrano are undoubtedly unavoidable destinations within the province since their landscapes and services are extremely attractive and pleasant.
Iguazu Falls - Misiones
The Iguazu Falls are located in Misiones, one of the most beautiful provinces in Argentina. This place offers a combination of nature, history and culture that make it an unavoidable proposal for every tourist. The name of the Iguazu Falls derives from a Guarani word that means "big water." The Iguazú River, which is born in the Brazilian state of Paraná, forms a great cataract system near the confluence with the Paraná River, right on the border between Brazil and Argentina. Through the safe walkways of the upper and lower walks you can access this impressive abyss of water, which dazzles the view of each of the people approaching. The framework of the subtropical jungle and the fine drizzle have served as a natural setting for the setting of famous films, such as "The Mission". To preserve the subtropical forest surrounding the falls, two national parks were created: The Iguazú National Park in Argentina and the Iguaçu National Park in Brasill. The flora and fauna are extremely profifer. Native tree species can be found as well as regional plants highly sought after for their beauty and exoticism. The missionary jungle is home to more than 2,000 known plant species