Information about the Festivals and Holidays in Argentina
Throughout the year, regional festivals are held in Argentina, they make up a popular tourist calendar. These performances reflect not only the tradition and history of each site that are made, but also reflect the way of life of its people, their culture, their beliefs and the charm of the countryside. These festivals have significance not only nationally but internationally. A across our territory, held at all times of the year, many festivals and celebrations of national and international significance, reflecting cultural, religious and production of different regions of the country.
Are these festivals that add value to the tourist destinations not only because they reflect the tradition and history of each site that are made, but the way of life of its people, their culture, their beliefs and the charm of the countryside.
Where are held the main Festivals of Argentina?
National holidays like the vintage in Mendoza, the Sea in Mar del Plata, that of the Nive in Bariloche, the Poncho in Catamarca, in the Yerba Mate Apostles, Misiones, of El Dorado, in Paso de la Patria, Corrientes; Chaya in the Rioja Cosquin Folklore, Córdoba, of students in San Salvador de Jujuy, Beer in Villa General Belgrano, also in Cordoba, to name a few, are unique opportunities to learn about our landscape, our history , the cuisine and hospitality of our people.
It also highlights the religious festivals that attract thousands of pilgrims believers that give life to these manifestations of faith, often tinged with a unique religious syncretism. Still retains the traditional faith to the Pachamama (Mother Earth), the most popular of the Inca world beliefs. The main celebration is in August, which worships Mother Earth all month throughout the North, but it unfolds in all its splendor in the National Day of Pachamama in Amaicha del Valle, Tucuman province. This ancient ceremony is performed in which ¨ feeds and drinking “a land with diverse offerings.