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Argentina

Country: Argentina

Explore Argentina!

Argentina is the second largest country in South America, and the variety of tourism opportunities here is simply amazing! The northern borders of the country with Bolivia and Paraguay are forests, swamps, and just south of them lie the famous Argentine pampas. Fertile soils and rich pastures provide the country with excellent agricultural opportunities, and give tourists the opportunity to enjoy fresh vegetables and excellent juicy steak.

The wine region of Mendoza offers to taste the best varieties of Argentinean wine. And, of course, lovers of gastronomic tours will get real pleasure from food and national cuisine in the country. The capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires is a vibrant and charismatic city filled with the spirit of modernity and colonial chic. Here you can immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Argentine tango, an erotic and subtly poetic dance. In the north, near the borders with Brazil, lies another unique place - the Iguazu Falls.
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The streams of water rushing down are framed by the jungle, this is at the same time one of the most romantic places on the planet, and at the same time a place where you can relax with the whole family with the children. The nature and colored rocks of the province of San Salvador de Jujuy on the border of Chile and Bolivia in the Southern Andes are still unfamiliar to tourists, but incredibly colorful, and the local way of life here is as authentic as possible, which will appeal to tourists who are looking for the best places in Argentina to travel to non-tourist places . If you want to fully experience the spirit of the Columbus era and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Argentine holidays and festivals, then you are in Salta!

However, the most amazingly incredible place lies in the very south of the country - in Patagonia. The national parks of Los Glaciares, Terra del Fuego (Tierra del Fuego), Nahuel Huapi, the city of El Calafate, El Chalten and Mount Fitzroy, the Perito Moreno glacier and the city of Ushuaia are its places of worship. Cruises to Antarctica and islands for observing marine animals start from here. The culmination will be an ecological vacation (well, or skiing!) At a fashionable resort in Bariloche, Lake District.

Here are 11 reasons why Argentina

is one of the best destinations to visit:

Argentine Wine
It is a rare and special treat to drink a glass of wine in the same city its grape was grown. Argentina is the fifth largest wine producing country by volume, so these opportunities abound. You can enjoy Salta's aromatic Torrontes and classic Cabernet Sauvignons in the north or a meaty Mendoza Malbec in the central region of the country. The small town of Maipú, near Mendoza, is so packed with wineries, olive oil farms and other gourmet businesses that it’s easy to hit five or six in a day. All offer tours and most finish proceedings with at least a small sampling of their produce.
Iguazu Falls
"Poor Niagara!" These were the words Eleanor Roosevelt reportedly exclaimed when she visited Iguazu Falls for the first time. There are waterfalls and there are waterfalls. And then there’s Iguazú. A visit is a jaw-dropping, visceral experience, and the power and noise of the cascades live forever in the memory. The falls were established in 1984 as Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Along with Nahuel Huapi National Park in Patagonia, Iguazu Falls is one of the most frequented tourist sites in Argentina, and for good reason. Visitors can enjoy the awe inspiring views of the falls along with tours, treks, and water sports at their base. An added benefit is the setting: the falls lie split between Brazil and Argentina in a large expanse of national park and rainforest.
Tango
Go on, give it a try. So what if it’s one of the world’s most sophisticated dances. It’s so sexy, you’ll be fired up enough to make it through that long Buenos Aires night. For a unique outdoor experience, head to the bandstand at the Barrancas de Belgrano park in Buenos Aires, where the casual milonga ‘La Glorieta’ takes place on Sunday evenings at around 8pm (free tango lessons are given earlier). Also try Club Gricel with its wonderful aging wood dance floor and Confitería Ideal, the mother of all historic tango halls.
Buenos Aires
The Argentina capital is one of the world’s most exhilarating cities, with astounding art, fascinating neighbourhoods, fabulous food and a passionate population blazingly devoted to having fun all night long. Feast on steaks at Palermo's Las Cañitas or wander for hours in the Recoleta cemetery, where BA's rich and famous are buried. Bring a camera for Evita's grave.
Ushuaia Winter Sports
Ushuaia is commonly regarded as the southernmost city in the world, located on the southern coast of Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego. It offers abundant opportunities to enjoy its rich culture, history, and natural beauty. Sports enthusiasts can play in the winter wonderlands of Glacier El Martial and Cerro Castor areas and go skiing, sledding, snowboarding, and more. Nature and wildlife lovers can catch a glimpse of local birds, penguins, seals, and orcas that colonize the islands in the Beagle Channel. Art lovers can take in the Biennial of Contemporary Art at the End of the World, hosted in Ushuaia since 2007.
The Awesome Color and Pleasure of Salta
The city of Salta offers a wealth of experiences from the natural wonders of its geology, to delight of its local foods, to an interesting cultural and historic background. Tourists enjoy guided tours through the Calchaquí Valley or venture out in their own rented cars to see the incredible multi-colored rock formations and the quiet adobe villages nestled with-in and built long ago. The Salta region is also known for its delicious wines and traditional fare such as humitas, locro, and empanadas.
The Andes
Stretching nearly the whole length of Argentina’s western edge, this amazing mountain range offers high deserts, scenic lakes, great hiking and the continent’s highest peak, Cerro Aconcagua often called the "roof of the Americas." In the Andean northwest, the World Heritage–listed Quebrada de Humahuaca snakes its way upward toward Bolivia. It’s a harsh but vivid landscape, a dry but river-scoured canyon overlooked by mountainsides whose sedimentary strata have been eroded into spectacular scalloped formations that reveal a spectrum of colors in undulating waves.
Festivals
A country that is never shy to celebrate, Argentina has many a wonderful festivals. Buenos Aires is a host to festivals all through out the year including the “The Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Film (BAFICI)”, “Fashion Buenos Aires” which celebrates fashion in a week-long event twice a year, “La Rural” the nation's two-week farm fair and gaucho festival, a gay pride parade, as well as festivals celebrating art, music, tango and more. JuJuy celebrates the “Semana de Jujuy” when the quaint city bursts to life for a week of partying to celebrate its founding. In Villa General Belgrano(near Córdoba) Oktoberfest is enjoyed in the first two weeks of October – with an enormous beer festival that celebrates German culture.
Glaciar Perito Moreno
Among the Earth’s most dynamic and accessible ice fields, Glaciar Perito Moreno is the stunning centerpiece of the southern sector of Parque Nacional Los Glaciares. Locally referred to as Glaciar Moreno, it measures 30km long, 5km wide and 60m high, but what makes it exceptional in the world of ice is its constant advance – up to 2m per day, causing building-sized icebergs to calve from its face. In some ways, watching the glacier is a very sedentary park experience, but it manages to nonetheless be thrilling.
The Steaks in Argentina
Beef. It’s what’s for dinner. Argentina has the world's highest consumption rate of beef, at 65 kg a year per capita. They love it and know it well. What makes Argentine steaks so tasty? Many beef producers in Argentina still use the older methods of pasture and grass feeding their cows. This is a more expensive process, but the cows are healthier and, so it is said, the beef tastier. There is a movement in Argentina towards feeding lots and grain feeding, so you better get on down to an Argentine parilla (steakhouse) while the getting is good!
Tierra del Fuego
Maybe it’s the austral light, or just knowing that the next step south is Antarctica. Whatever it is, this trove of mystical islands, cut off from the northern world by the Straight of Magellan, is indescribably magical. A storied past of shipwrecks, failed religious missions and indigenous extinction contributes to the powerful mystique of this end-of-the-earth location. Travellers flock here to glimpse the furthest reaches of the continent, and ah – what a view it is! The barren northern plains of Tierra del Fuego give way to peat bogs and moss-draped lenga forests that rise into ragged snowy mountains.
For getting around and seeing these marvels, you can generally rely on a well-developed infrastructure inherited from decades of domestic tourism. Argentina offers such a hallucinating variety it’s all but impossible to take in on one trip – don’t be surprised if you find yourself longing to return to explore the bits you didn’t get to see the first time around.

Citises and places of Argentina

The most famous tourist cities of Argentina and places are the capital of Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Rosario, Salta, the resort of Bariloche, La Plata, the province of Jujuy, Ushuaia and Patagonia, Santa Fe, Mendoza

There are over 30 large cities in Argentina`s Cities and Destinations

Bariloche

Buenos Aires

El Calafate

Mendoza

Puerto Iguazú

Puerto Madryn

Salta

Ushuaia

Bariloche

Buenos Aires

El Calafate

Mendoza

Puerto Iguazú

Puerto Madryn

Salta

Ushuaia

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For travellers to Argentina

-Buenos Aires, the capital of tango
-Patagonia, a region with icebergs, unique wildlife and adventures
-Puerto Iguazú, the most incredible waterfalls in the world
-Mendoza, matches the incredible taste of the region's wines with its beautiful landscapes

Tour operator Ada Tours will be happy to help organize your holiday in Argentina as part of a group tour or develop your personal individual travel itinerary. We know the best places and resorts in Argentina for luxury holidays, family tours and romantic tours for couples. We will help you develop a tour to Antarctica and Patagonia as part of an expedition ship or just watch the animals on the islands near Ushuaia.

Sightseeing tours to Argentina will be of interest to the most active travelers who are used to conquering the most difficult routes. The country is interesting for its challenging trekking tours, climbing glaciers, as well as unforgettable motorcycle tours. Hotels in Argentina and Patagonia are very diverse - they offer wellness tours and spa holidays at thermal volcanic springs, family beach holidays and romantic vacations for couples. We will be happy to help you bring any travel idea into your life!

Bespoke travel itineraries and Tours to Argentina by Tour Operator Ada Tours

The Leasure in Argentina

Tour operator Ada Tours will be happy to help organize your holiday in Argentina as part of a group tour or develop your personal individual travel itinerary. We know the best places and resorts in Argentina for luxury holidays, family tours and romantic tours for couples. We will help you develop a tour to Antarctica and Patagonia as part of an expedition ship or just watch the animals on the islands near Ushuaia.

Sightseeing tours to Argentina will be of interest to the most active travelers who are used to conquering the most difficult routes. The country is interesting for its challenging trekking tours, climbing glaciers, as well as unforgettable motorcycle tours. Hotels in Argentina and Patagonia are very diverse - they offer wellness tours and spa holidays at thermal volcanic springs, family beach holidays and romantic vacations for couples. We will be happy to help you bring any travel idea into your life!

Bespoke travel itineraries and Tours to Argentina by Tour Operator Ada Tours