Home to stunning landscapes and sophisticated cities, Argentina is a delight for travelers. Expanding over 3500 km, Argentina is the second largest country in South America and the eight largest in the world. From glaciers to sub-tropical forests and the marvelous Andes, Argentina offers a varied landscape that visitors would love to explore. Sharing borders with countries like Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay; Argentina is indeed a wonderful destination.
Buenos Aires - Boasting of beautiful sceneries, awesome food and a thriving cultural scene
Buenos Aires offers a wide range of interesting things for visitors to do and enjoy. Located along the banks of Rio de la Plata, Buenos Aires has a rich cultural identity. Visitors visiting the city for the first time are often surprised by its resemblance to Rome, Paris and some parts of Barcelona. The city is known across the world for its fabulous monuments and cultural heritage.
Enjoy an excellent location along the south coast of Nahuel Huapi Lake
Bariloche is often referred to as the Gateway to Patagonia. Situated in the Rio Negro Province, Bariloche is placed in the foothills of Andes and is surrounded by beautiful lakes and gigantic mountains. The city is one of the best skiing destinations in Argentina and is also famed for its exclusive sights. The major attractions of the city are its chocolate boutiques and European ambiance.
Established in 1934, the Iguazu National Park contains one of the best natural beauties of Argentina
Iguazu National Park is located in the Misiones province of Argentina and spans over an area of 550 km2. The fall is surrounded by a subtropical jungle and is a World Heritage Site. The Iguazu River covers the northern boundary of the park as well as the reserve and also forms the southern boundary of the Iguaçu National Park in Brazil. The Iguazu Falls cover the border between Argentina and Brazil.
An Area with Exceptional Natural Beauty
The Los Glaciares National Park lies in the Santa Cruz Province in the area of Austral Andes in Argentina. Spanning over an area of 4459 km² the park was established in 1937 and in 1981 was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This national park is one of the largest in Argentina. The glaciers in this national park are quite different from the other glaciers and the ice cap in the park is the largest outside Greenland and Antarctica.
Have you ever dreamt of gazing at star studded skies and riding on a horse around the steppes? Well, all this can come true in Patagonia, Argentina. Patagonia is often referred to as the land of wonders. Located in southern Argentina the region of Patagonia houses some of the most visited attractions of the country. From beautiful national parks to falls and lake districts; there are a lot to marvel at in Patagonia.