Argentina Travel

What you need to know to travel to Argentina
Argentina is a country with its arms wide open, it is impossible not to feel comfortable with people as welcoming as the Argentines, with a permanent history linked to Europe, it is the most European country in South America.

In Argentina you feel at home
From north to south the country changes its scenery abruptly. From the tropical landscapes of the Iguazu Falls and the dry pre-Columbian north to the end of the world, from north to south it stretches for 3,700 km, while from east to west its maximum length is 1,425 km, the Route 40 runs north to south from Ushuaia to the north of Argentina.

The cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires, a port of entry by boat for European immigrants in the previous two centuries and now for tourists by air, is characterised by a culture of events and entertainment.

The passion for football and an excellent and diverse gastronomy. There are few places where you can eat as well as in Argentina. The wines of the Mendoza area, the wineries of Cafayate in Salta and even the Patagonian wine productions deserve another section.

National Parks Argentina

The 11 best National Parks in Argentina

Argentina has an amazing 33 national parks that have been designated throughout its vast territory. From the epic Patagonian mountain ranges to the low-lying swamps,


What to eat in Argentina

Forget diet when looking for Argentinian dishes to try. From the milanese to the alfajores, your effort to shrink your belt is in vain. It

How to drink mate in Argentina

How to drink mate in Argentina

What has the strength of coffee, the health benefits of tea, and the appeal of chocolate? That will be yerba mate, the traditional South American

The most beautiful cities in Argentina

From the sophistication of Mendoza to the charm and history of small towns nestled in rugged, scenic landscapes, there are plenty of captivating destinations to