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Argentina Highlights

As the eighth largest country in the world, you’d be forgiven for losing yourself in the beautifully vast and contrasting landscapes of Argentina. Here, truly breathtaking destinations chop and change from lush wetlands and rain forests dotted with sparkling waterfalls to ragged snow-capped mountain ranges and the lush plateaus of the Pampas.

The sprawling cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires beckons travellers to indulge in its fine eateries, exceptional shopping experiences and vibrant nightlife. Argentinians are a proud people who strongly hold onto their many traditions. They are also incredibly accommodating in their hospitality.

Each of the country’s 23 provinces boasts its own folklore and customs, ensuring travellers have an eclectic mix of cultures wherever they roam.

Buenos Aires and Iguazu

Buenos Aires , Iguazu Falls .

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Brasil and Argentina Top Highlights

Buenos Aires , Iguazu Falls , Rio de Janeiro , Patagonia , Ushuaia , Perito Moreno , Calafate .

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Buenos Aires Classic

Buenos Aires , Parana River .

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Best of Argentina

Buenos Aires , Iguazu Falls , Patagonia , Ushuaia , Perito Moreno , Calafate .

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Patagonia Highlights

Ushuaia , Punta Arenas , Perito Moreno , Calafate .

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Argentina Adventure

Buenos Aires , Ushuaia , Perito Moreno , Calafate .

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Buenos Aires Patagonia Argentina Ushuaia Punta Arenas Perito Moreno Calafate Parana River

Best time to visit

Argentina experiences the four seasons regularly. Still, being a very extensive country with different climatological regions, the seasons are experienced differently from one province to another. Our best specialists have prepared a summary of the best time to visit Argentina, depending on the seasons and the destination.

  • Summer (December to late February): In summer, temperatures are usually sweltering, and this coincides with the season in which Argentina receives more visitors since most festivals are held in the country's main cities. Summer is the best time to visit Bariloche since you can enjoy its clear and green landscapes and lakes. Another recommended destination to visit in summer is Tierra del Fuego because the temperature is much more pleasant than at other times. It is worth mentioning that you will not enjoy a very sunny or hot climate in this place since Tierra del Fuego has an almost arctic environment.


  • Fall (March to early June): During the fall, Buenos Aires is the best place to visit due to the decrease in temperature and the influx of travelers. The city is covered with golden colors, creating picturesque landscapes, especially in iconic neighborhoods like La Boca or Puerto Madero. It is also in autumn when most exhibitions and cultural events occur in the city's main museums and theaters.


  • Winter (late June to September): In the early part of the Argentine winter, the best place to visit is the Iguazu Falls since the crowds of travelers are no longer present and the weather does not suffer a considerable variation, the context is ideal for visiting this dream destination. Despite mentioning Bariloche as a destination to visit in the summer, it becomes a beautiful destination in winter since the presence of snow in the resorts assembles many adventure lovers for winter events.


  • Spring (September to early December): When spring arrives, the best destination to visit in Argentina is the city of Mendoza since you avoid the rainy season. The conditions are the best for visiting the vineyards on the city's outskirts, especially in December. Also, as December progresses, crowds of travelers begin to arrive in the town, and lodging rates rise.

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Things to do

Argentina offers a myriad of activities for travelers of all interests. In Buenos Aires, immerse yourself in the city's vibrant cultural scene with a tango show or explore its eclectic neighborhoods, such as San Telmo and Palermo. Outdoor enthusiasts can embark on hiking adventures in the Andes, go whale watching in Peninsula Valdes or trek to the base of Mount Fitz Roy in Patagonia. Food lovers will delight in Argentina's renowned cuisine, from succulent steaks and empanadas to fine wines from world-class vineyards.


Due to its extensive territory, Argentina has a wide range of meteorological conditions, making many regions completely different from each other. Our team of specialists has elaborated a weather chart that explains in detail the weather characteristics in Argentina's main destinations.


Ministro Pistarini International Airport (Ezeiza Airport) - Buenos Aires: Argentina's main international airport near the capital city, with flights to destinations worldwide.

Jorge Newbery Airport - Buenos Aires: A domestic airport serving flights within Argentina and neighboring countries, conveniently located in the city.

Governor Francisco Gabrielli International Airport—Mendoza: Located in the heart of Argentina's wine country, this airport offers domestic and limited international flights to destinations such as Santiago, Chile.

Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio L.V. Taravella International Airport—Cordoba: This airport serves Argentina's second-largest city and offers domestic and international flights to destinations in South America.

Malvinas Argentinas International Airport—Ushuaia: Located at the southern tip of Argentina, this airport offers domestic and limited international flights, primarily to destinations in Patagonia and Antarctica.


Alvear Palace Hotel—Buenos Aires: This luxurious landmark hotel is located in the upscale Recoleta neighborhood and offers elegant rooms, fine dining, and impeccable service.

Llao Llao Hotel & Resort—Bariloche: Nestled in the stunning landscapes of Patagonia, this iconic hotel offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and lakes, along with world-class amenities and outdoor activities.

Park Hyatt Mendoza Hotel, Casino & Spa - Mendoza: Situated in the heart of Mendoza's wine region, this elegant hotel combines luxury accommodation with a casino, spa, and gourmet dining options, making it a perfect base for exploring the region's vineyards and attractions.

Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires: Located in the exclusive Recoleta neighborhood, this luxury hotel offers elegant accommodations, a rooftop pool, and fine dining options, including a renowned steakhouse.

The Vines Resort & Spa—Mendoza: Set amidst the vineyards of Uco Valley, this luxury resort offers stunning views of the Andes mountains. It also offers wine tastings, gourmet dining, and outdoor activities such as horseback riding and hot air balloon rides.

Faena Hotel Buenos Aires: This luxury hotel, housed in a historic building in the trendy Puerto Madero district, features opulent décor, world-class amenities, and an array of dining and entertainment options, including a tango show and cabaret.

Arakur Ushuaia Resort & Spa: Perched atop a hill overlooking the city of Ushuaia and the Beagle Channel, this luxury resort offers panoramic views, a spa, and easy access to outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing, and wildlife watching in Tierra del Fuego National Park.

Cavas Wine Lodge—Mendoza: Located in the heart of Argentina's wine country, this boutique hotel offers intimate accommodations, gourmet dining, and exclusive wine experiences among the vineyards of Lujan de Cuyo.

Eolo Patagonia Spirit—El Calafate: Set amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Patagonia, this luxury lodge offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and lakes, along with outdoor activities such as horseback riding, trekking, and birdwatching.

Estancia El Colibri—Cordoba: This historic estancia offers guests a glimpse into Argentina's cowboy culture. It offers luxurious accommodations, horseback riding, and traditional gaucho activities such as cattle herding and barbecues.


Don Julio—Buenos Aires: This renowned steakhouse in the Palermo neighborhood is known for its succulent cuts of meat grilled to perfection and cozy atmosphere.

La Cabrera—Buenos Aires: This is another favorite among steak lovers. It offers a wide selection of Argentine dishes and excellent wine pairings in a lively setting.

1884 Restaurant - Mendoza: Located in an old winery, this restaurant combines traditional Argentine flavors with innovative culinary techniques, offering a unique dining experience amidst the region's vineyard landscapes.

El Preferido de Palermo—Buenos Aires: This charming bistro in the Palermo Hollywood neighborhood serves classic Argentine dishes with a modern twist. It also has an extensive wine list and friendly service.

Tarquino—Buenos Aires: Located in the historic Recoleta neighborhood, this upscale restaurant offers creative interpretations of Argentine cuisine. Dishes are inspired by regional flavors and ingredients, and the selection is complemented by an extensive wine selection.

Best way of payment

While credit and debit cards are widely accepted in major cities and tourist areas, carrying cash for transactions in smaller towns and rural areas is advisable. The local currency is the Argentine peso (ARS), and ATMs are readily available in urban centers for withdrawing cash. However, it's essential to be cautious of counterfeit bills and to exchange currency at reputable establishments to avoid scams. Additionally, some businesses may offer discounts for cash payments, so it's worth keeping some pesos on hand. For added convenience, consider using a travel card that allows you to load multiple currencies and withdraw cash without foreign transaction fees.


Carnaval (February/March): Colorful celebrations featuring music, dance, and parades take place across Argentina, with the most famous festivities held in Gualeguaychú and Corrientes.

Fiesta Nacional de la Vendimia (March): The Grape Harvest Festival in Mendoza celebrates the region's wine culture with parades, music, and wine tastings, attracting visitors from around the world.

Dia de la Tradicion (November): Argentine traditions and folklore are celebrated throughout the country, with gaucho festivals, folkloric shows, and traditional cuisine showcasing the country's rich cultural heritage.

Semana Santa (Holy Week): Religious processions and celebrations take place throughout Argentina during Holy Week, with notable events in cities such as Buenos Aires, Salta, and Cordoba.

Oktoberfest Argentina (October): Inspired by the famous beer festival in Munich, Oktoberfest Argentina is celebrated in Villa General Belgrano, a town founded by German immigrants. It features beer tents, traditional music, and Bavarian cuisine.

Other useful information

Before traveling to Argentina, check visa requirements and vaccination recommendations, particularly for yellow fever, if visiting certain regions is essential. Pack appropriate clothing for the climate and activities you plan to undertake, whether hiking in Patagonia or exploring urban areas. Be aware of currency exchange rates and consider bringing a mix of cash and cards for convenience. Lastly, embrace the warmth and hospitality of the Argentine people and prepare for a journey filled with unforgettable experiences and discoveries in this diverse and enchanting country.

Best places to visit

Argentina is blessed with abundant natural wonders and cultural treasures, offering something for every type of traveler. The awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, located on the border with Brazil, is one of the most breathtaking sights in the world. Hundreds of cascades plunge into the lush rainforest below. In Patagonia, visitors can explore the stunning landscapes of Torres del Paine National Park, home to rugged mountains, pristine lakes, and abundant wildlife.

For a taste of Argentina's rich cultural heritage, head to the northwest region. Colonial cities such as Salta and Jujuy offer charming architecture, vibrant markets, and traditional festivities. Meanwhile, the picturesque Lake District around Bariloche invites travelers to explore its pristine lakes, snow-capped mountains, and charming alpine villages.


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