Landing in the national capital is just the beginning of a trip full of natural landscapes and unique experiences.
Rainforests, amazing glaciers, alpine forests and even the first glimpse of Antarctica in the south.
The variety of landscapes in Argentina and its subsequent cultural diversity is unique and has been for decades a tourist attraction longed for by the world.
Buenos Aires, a cosmopolitan and lively city that is lit up with its hundreds of theaters, art and music spaces, its enviable passion for sports and its excellent system of connections with the rest of the country, is the gateway to your great adventure Argentina and Latin America. We present (only) some of the incredible places you can visit, reachable through the three airports of Buenos Aires: Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, Ministro Pistarini International Airport (Ezeiza) and El Palomar Airport.
You can live close to one of the wonders of the world
We recommend moving carefully with your eyes closed until you find yourself face to face with the Iguazu Falls and its 1756 cubic meters of water per second that will leave every tourist who visits the Mesopotamian border between Argentina and Brazil speechless. Higher than the Niagara Falls and more than twice as wide (2700 m), it is the largest waterfall system in the world. Its vegetation and fauna so picturesque, with parrots, monkeys and a great animal life, turned it into one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
Adventure in the spectacular Argentine northwest
Poncho over and experience the local culture as if it were your own. The Argentine northwest is a fascinating land, with microclimates, routes observed by llamas and cactus, popular traditions and landscapes full of bright colors.
In the provinces of Salta and Jujuy you will find infinite salt flats, you will perceive each color of the rainbow in the Hill of the Seven Colors and you will get involved in the Inca history in the Pucará de Tilcara.
Taste Malbec in the land of wine, Mendoza
The main Argentine wine cellars are located in Mendoza, where the most renowned Malbec is produced in vineyards that rest under the shadow of Aconcagua, the highest mountain in the world after the Himalayas. The ideal proposal? Cycle through the vineyards, relax in the sophisticated spas of the region and get into extreme experiences, such as rafting on the Mendoza River.
Wonder with landscapes of the Lake District, Bariloche
The northeast of Patagonia is the perfect place to take a photo of the lakes accompanied by forests, mountains and mountains, forming a dreamlike frame.
Regions such as San Martin de los Andes offer an excellent gastronomic offer (with exquisite chocolates), as well as the possibility of getting closer from there to the Nahuel Huapi, Lanín and Los Alerces national parks. The ski season (from mid-June to the first weeks of October) is concentrated in Cerro Catedral, just 20 km from the city of Bariloche.
Get excited with a whale watching on the southern coasts, Patagonia
Between May and December of each year, the largest population of right whales in the world approaches the Valdés peninsula of Patagonia (only in September the total number is close to 2000).
Outside the whale season, you will find lots of wildlife, with Patagonian penguins, sea lions, dolphins and much more. In addition to contact with nature, one attraction is to visit the tea houses of Welsh origin that are located in Trelew and Gaiman, in the province of Chubut.
Walk on a dreamy glacier, El Calafate
The Moreno Perito, of 250 km2, is possibly the best known glacier in Patagonia. It is located at the base of the Andes and near El Calafate. It is a destination to enjoy both its natural landscapes and to make more daring activities, such as trekking on a surface entirely of ice.
I undertook a real adventure on the white continent, Ushuaia
Less than four hours away by plane, Ushuaia – the southernmost city of Argentina – is the “bridge” to reach Antarctica. It is, in fact, the city in the world closest to the white continent and the starting point for expeditions and cruises to this destination.
The Tierra del Fuego National Park combines sea, snow and sub-Antarctic forests to create an unprecedented natural spectacle, admired by Charles Darwin in his longing for the Beagle Channel.