Argentina is the eighth largest and a ethnic plural country with lots of European influences, you get to experience varying climate changes between different regions due to its vast size and diverse landscapes. With its rich literary history till its modern national Parks such as Tierra del Fuego and Los Glaciares remain to be some of the most pristine places on earth. Argentina simply has to offer some of the most enchanting experiences to its travellers, so let’s explore!
Buenos Aires nicknamed as “Paris of South America” offers elegant architecture, exquisite cuisine, legendary nightlife, fashionable shopping and you’ll not only see the obvious architectural delights, but also small and interesting details in unexpected places which is why Argentina is in the midst of a tourism boom, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council. The capital city of Argentina, Buenos Aires has very well structured travel and tourism guides which helps you explore the city in a very social and playfull manner, from Day tours & travel, cultural & theme tours to walking & biking tours you have diverse range of options and experiences to be a part of. Racoleta cemetary, La casa Rosada or the Pink city, Plaza de Mayo, Metropolitan Cathedral and Floralis Generica are some top attractions of Buenos Aires.
Los Glaciares National Park is located in an area called Austral Andes near the border with Chile. A World Heritage Site, Los Glaciares National Park contains a giant ice cap that feeds 47 vast glaciers also located in Los Glaciares National Park is Perito Moreno GlacierPerito Moreno Glacier, a part of Southern Patagonian Ice Field a huge glacier forming beautiful icebergs in Argentine lakes and is a place where you may find The Aqua Man. With majestic mountains and marvelous glaciers Los Glaciares was intially a place for hikers and climbers, especially those who combine photography but with time and proper tourism planning it is now an option for the general masses. So once inside park with all the spectacular scenery to photograph; never forget to bring lots of film or memory cards.
Situated in the foothills of the Andes famous for skiing, water sports, winter sports, fishing, windsurfing, trekking or hiking, climbing, camping in the Andean forest, sky diving, boat tours and private boats, horseback riding and scuba diving and more.... is the city of Bariloche. Bariloche hosts a wide range of city exploration options like Adventure, Contemplative Tourism, Trekking, Gastronomy, Boating, Kayac, Museums, Climbing, Religious Tourism, Paleontology, Rafting, Popular Holidays, Motoring, Horse Riding, Ski & Snowboard, Mountain Bike, Diving, Canyoning and many more...just forget not prepare comprehensively beforehand.
At the border of Argentina and Chile is Volcan Lanin, a volcano which is a paradise for hikers and rock climbers. A Point Break”, lover can ask for permission at the Lanín national park office, show proof of supplies, and then trek to the summit on an often snow-capped route. Alternatively, a short walk of under an hour can take visitors to the Volcán Lanín’s Cara Norte, or north face, which also offers views of the lake called Lago Tromen and the surrounding forest.
Tigre a city of an extensive museum, great shops and outdoor market, just north of Buenos Aires this city offers the real appeal for exploring the river delta by boat. You can take a guided tour, or just hop on one of the local water taxis, and see the local homes along the canals, the many floating means of transport used in the area and even purchase goods from the floating vendors who ply their trade right in the river. The Paraná Delta dazzles nature enthusiasts with its countless rivers and creeks, perfect scenes to paddle on a kayak. A suitable ride for everyone.
Iguazú Falls, No trip to Argentina is complete without a visit to Iguazu Falls, located on the border with Brazil it is one of the world's natural wonders, with good infrastructure it is touristic in different walks it was declared Natural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO., the Iguazú river flows into 275 waterfalls, plunging more than 70 meters and over 2.7km. The National Park is full of the exotic subtropical vegetation which surrounds the falls and has 2,000 plant species - gigantic trees, ferns, lianas, orchids, - 400 bird species - parrots, hummingbirds, toucans - jaguars and yacarés (caimans) from the area. Its most impressive fall is called Garganta del Diablo. There are two airlines flying from Buenos Aires City to the Iguazu falls: Latam Airlines Argentina & Aerolineas Argentinas. Most of these flights will leave from the domestic airport Jorge Newbery and take less than 2 hours to reach Iguazu.
Another best attraction is Carnivals in Argentina they usually take place during the last days of February . Almost every carnival in Argentina comes from European carnivals in Spain and Italy.
Getting to Argentina, 90% of tourists come to Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Ezeiza, 35 km from Buenos Aires, some frequent airlines that travel to Argentina are LATAM Airlines Group flights, Air Europa flights, Air France flights, Turkish Airlines flights, Azul Airlines flights, KLM flighs, GOL Linhas Aéreas flights, Boliviana de Aviacion flights, Aeromexico flights & Qatar Airways flights. To book cheapest flights to Argentina wait not and ring Best AirFares, where customer is King.