What are the places to go when you arrive in Buenos Aires? You have to go a Tango milonga, this show will give you a real experience of what Argentina is. Eat an asado in a restaurant like Las Cabreras in Palermo, the taste of the tender meat will remain a long time in your palate. Go to the many ferias like the ferias of San Telmo or Mataderos to see the gaucho’s typical tradition and to drink mate. Finally, go up Avenida 9 de Julio and enjoy the obelisk or the Teatro Colon.
What will make your stay in Argentina unforgettable? We all dream of the perfect trip, the trip where you just see things which will remain forever engraved in your memories. Today, we take you to the must-see places in Argentina, follow us!
Do you want to have the most beautiful view in the world? Go to Iguazu, you won’t be disappointed! Enter the Garganta del Diablo (the Devil’s Throat) and be splashed by the huge falls! It’s very impressive! Walk between birds and luxurious vegetation and savour the noises of jungle. If you have time, stay for a day in Misiones to discover the mysterious Jesuit ruins and the history of the Guarani people.
Go west and discover Salta and the wonderful landscapes of the Andes Mountains. The multi-colour summits promise to be ones to remember! Cafayate enables you to drink a delicious white wine called Torrontes. Nearby, the Calchaquies Valley and its red mountains are really worth the trip! We think that it’s one of the greatest regions of Argentina, if not the greatest. Finally, go to the Jujuy province and the Quebrada of Humahuaca : the beautiful landscape and canyons are as interesting as the historical pre-Columbian patrimony of the region.
South… South… You’re in Mendoza, the bodegas capital and a key step on the famous Road 40, also known as the Wine Route. Drink Malbec or Pinot noir in front of the impressive Andes Mountains. It gives you a very peaceful feeling which will remain in your memories. In this region, you can also go to Ischigualasto Park in the Moon Valley to see desert lunar landscapes. The Talampaya National Park is a paleontological and archaeological site which deserves your attention: it’s really an open air museum!
Then, San Juan de Bariloche and the Patagonia of the Lakes are marvellous. You can ski in Neuquen and don’t hesitate to go trekking in the National Park Nahuel Huapi in the volcano Tronador. The Seven Lakes Route is ideal for those who like climbing, rafting, hiking or fishing! Moreover, the countryside is perfect for meditation and relaxation… The Enchanted Valley is a real haven of peace where you can see lot of guanacos and condors.
At the southern tip, you’ll enter Patagonia. El Chalten is famous for those who like trekking and the thrill-seekers. Near Calafate, the National Park Los Glaciares shows you the Fitz Roy summit and the beautiful Patagonia Ice Fields. Get on a boat and admire the Perito Moreno; this huge glacier is a wonder. You can even climb it and observe its whiteness closer. If you cross the border, you can go to Torres del Paine in Chili, the Eden of trekkers!
Finally, you’ll arrive in the most unforgettable place of your trip: Ushuaia, the End of the World. You can go to the beacon of the end world and just observe the sea and think about life… Try a tour in the Beagle Canal or near the Cap Horn if you feel like an adventurer! The National Park Tierra del Fuego enables you to see a lot of marine, avian and terrestrial species. From the Urubu to the Magellan fox, it will really impress you! After all your adventures, you will be able to rest in one of the many estancias to discover the local gauchos’ life! It’s an authentic experience!
So, what are you waiting for?