Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires)
The cosmopolitan capital city of Argentina is also one of the most beautiful in the world. Buenos Aires is famous for its cultural and architectural heritage, the urban life, its society, the shopping centres, the cafés, the nightclubs and the tango.
San Telmo y La Boca (Buenos Aires)
The capital city and the tango with its cultural contribution to the world. San Telmo and La Boca, perfectly tell us about the birth of tango. Here you can attend tango classes, go to restaurants around the area and at night go to a milonga where you will be able to dance tango.
Recoleta Cemetery (Buenos Aires)
This cemetery knows how to tell the stories and legends of Argentina. Recoleta Cemetery comprises a concrete necropolis, sculptures and architectural works that are considered national treasures.
Colon Theater (Buenos Aires)
This beautiful theatre is one of the most famous opera venues in the world. Located along 9 de Julio Avenue, was home to the most prestigious mise en scène. Inaugurated in 1908, with a seating capacity of 2,700 and room for around 300 standing tickets, its stage is of at least 30 m wide, 40 m high and 30 m deep. This venue holds one of the largest costume collections in the world.
Iguazu Falls (Litoral)
Located on the border between Argentina and Brazil is one of the most beautiful wonders created by nature. Incredible panoramic views may be enjoyed from the Brazilian side, whereas from the Argentinian side you may be able to travel among the waterfalls through the National Park.
Estancias (Buenos Aires)
The famous Argentinian Pampas, large prairies where estancias (ranches) are located, some of which are open for tourism with beautiful houses from the 19th century where to spend quiet nights and amazing days.
It is the region of the great Argentinian vineyards but it is the highest peaks in America surrounding them that makes all the difference. If you are not into the wine tasting activity you may choose to climb the Aconcagua. Here you can afford to see the Puente del Inca, a natural bridge over an abyss of rocks which the Incas from Peru used frequently for their expeditions to the silver mines south of the Andes.
Los Glaciares National Park (Patagonia)
Located in Santa Cruz province, in the Argentinian Patagonia, it is UNESCO’s Natural Heritage. A heavenly landscape of over 3,500,000 acres from where the majestic 262 metre high Perito Moreno Glacier may be appreciated among other glaciers as the Spegazzini, Upsala and Onelli. As if this was not enough Argentino Lake, Viedma Lake and Fitz Roy Mount will give a magic touch to turn it into an unforgettable place.
It is a city situated in one of the most arid regions in the north of Argentina and one of the most exotic places filled with history in the country. Travelling on board the famous train “Tren de las Nubes” is a must. You will be part of incredible views of the mountainous area. Salta is a city known for its large hills, historic places, beautiful fishing sites and a relaxed atmosphere.