A colorful culture full of tango!
From Patagonian Vistas to Malbec Winelands.
European cities and gaucho culture.
From the beauty and solitude of Eastern Patagonia to the European flavor and ecstatic pulse of Buenos Aires, a range of experiences await you on an Argentina vacation. You may want to join wine connoisseurs who flock to Mendoza to taste the best Malbecs. Or, if you’re up for a little dancing, Tango owes its heart and soul to Buenos Aires. Take a lesson or two while exploring the rich culture of this famous city.
Argentina will easily satisfy any fantasy adventure you can dream up. Patagonia, which has historically been a remote backpacker’s adventure, has since become a climbing and hiking mecca that today features luxury accommodations for travelers of all kinds. Discover the richness of breathtaking scenery, combined with adventure and fine local cuisine, during your next South American vacation.
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Whether you’re just visiting Buenos Aires, the Pampas, and Patagonia, or are planning to use Argentina as the launching point for an adventure to Antarctica, enrich your Argentine vacation experience and get in touch with an Argentina travel expert.
Hotels & Resorts in Argentina
Argentina hotels and resorts are varied, from our five-star and four-star luxury lodging with exclusive amenities, to boutique properties, though we wouldn’t recommend budget hotels here. Let us plan your itinerary in advance and book lodging before you arrive. A few of our preferreds are:
Did you know?
Argentinians have a tradition of eating gnocchi the 29th of each month, placing money under their plate to attract good luck.
Walt Disney might well have been inspired by Quirino Cristiani, who created the first animated film in 1917, “El Apostol’ that was 70 minutes long.
The first use of fingerprints as evidence in solving a gruesome crime occurred in Argentina in 1892.
The oldest carnivore, Eoraptor, the largest herbivore, Argentinosaurus, and Giganotosaurus, larger than T.rex were all found in Argentina.
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Along the way, you’ll sample the art, nightlife, and architecture of South America’s most European city, Buenos Aires. You’ll encounter the world’s most accessible ice field at Perito Moreno Glacier. Whatever you choose, you’re bound to have an amazing adventure in this amazingly diverse country.
Neighboring Chile shares the Patagonia region with Argentina, and makes for a good pairing if you’d like to include another South America country in your itinerary. Or in the northern border with Brazil is magnificent Iguazu Falls.
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