A country more than five times larger than Spain, but as little known as the rest of its neighbors. Argentina, with its spectacular nature, cosmopolitan cities and mix of different cultural influences, is one of our favorite destinations. It stretches for about 4000 kilometers, from its subtropical north to Tierra del Fuego, encompassing a wide variety of climates and ecosystems in its territory.

Beautiful, defiant, and intense, Argentina seduces with its streetside tango, wafting grills, fútbol (soccer), gaucho culture, and the mighty Andes. It's one formidable cocktail of wanderlust. 

Culture & History

Cultural activities abound here. Tango is possibly Argentina’s greatest contribution to the outside world. The steamy dance has been described as ‘making love in the vertical position.’ The tango is a more urban dance that is danced in pairs, in pairs. It is a sensual and passionate dance with characteristic movements that can be from soft to stronger. Tango is a tradition that, although it is not widely listened to by young people today, we have the pleasure of knowing it thanks to our grandparents and parents.

 And what about fútbol (soccer)? Argentines are passionately devoted to this sport and, if you're a fan, chanting and stomping alongside other stadium fanatics should definitely be in your plans. Many of its stadiums have the category of historical for sports fans and are part of the most important tourist circuits in the country. With two World Cups and 14 American Cups behind him, his team is one of the most awarded in the world.

Add a distinctive Argentine take on literature, cinema, music, and arts, and you have a rich, edgy culture – part Latin American and part European – that you can’t help but fall in love with.


Argentine gastronomy is characterized by a star ingredient: meat, especially beef, to the point of being one of the countries in the world where the most meat is consumed. Satisfying that carnal craving for flame-charred steak isn’t hard to do in the land that has perfected the art of grilling. Parrillas (grill houses) are ubiquitous, offering up any cut you can imagine, alongside sausages and grilled vegetables. Thin, bubbly pizzas and homemade pasta also play central roles, thanks to Argentina's proud Italian heritage. But there's more. Buenos Aire’s fads are fun and fast-changing, bringing gourmet world cuisine to both upscale restaurants and the shady cobblestone neighborhoods. Grab a table, uncork a bottle of malbec, and the night is yours.

It is the typical infusion made with yerba and hot water. It is one of the most important customs for all Argentines. Going to the home of a relative or friend and putting the kettle on to fatten mates is the most normal thing in the world in our country. It is taken at any time, when it is hot, when it is cold, when alone, at night, in the morning, with strangers, while chatting ... A mate is not just a simple infusion and nothing else, it is the need to share with others, to invite, to dialogue, to respect, to laugh.

Urban Experience 

Arriving in Buenos Aires is like jumping aboard a moving train. The modern metropolis whizzes by, alive with street life from busy sidewalk cafes to hush parks carpeted in purple jacaranda blooms in springtime. Stylish porteños (residents of Buenos Aires) savor public life – whether it's sharing mate (a tea-like beverage) on Sunday in the park or gelato under handsome early-20th-century stone facades. There are heaps of bookstores, creative boutiques, and gourmet eats. Buenos Aires isn't the only stunner – In the Andean pre-mountain range, to the west of the country, you will find the great city of Mendoza. The main attraction of Mendoza is its vineyards and the mountains of the Andean precordillera. Almost all the wine that Argentina exports is produced in this area of ​​the country in addition to which you can find other places like Córdoba, Salta, and Bariloche each have their unique personalities and unforgettable attractions, so don't miss them.

Outdoors & Adventure

Bariloche is a beautiful town located in the Huapi National Park. It has dreamlike landscapes, forests, lakes, rivers and mountains that hide great volcanoes. One of the activities to do in winter is the sky, in summer you will enjoy canopy and rafting.

The architecture of the place, very much in the European style, is a legacy of the strong German immigration, which together with the luxury gastronomy make Bariloche one of the tourist sites par excellence in all of Argentina.

From mighty Iguazú Falls in the subtropical north to the thunderous, Located on the border with Brazil, the Iguazú National Park has 250,000 km2 of extension with landscapes recognized worldwide as one of the most beautiful. In it we can find animals and plant species unique in the world

There are also the Iguazú Falls, there are 275 waterfalls that can reach up to 80 m in height. For all this and more, the Iguazú National Park is considered one of the 7 natural wonders of the world and a World Heritage Site.

Very close to Buenos Aires is the coastal city of Mar del Plata, a destination par excellence in summer for all who enjoy the sea, waves, sand and a good tan. Its kilometers and kilometers of coastline are a delight for tourists.

Train to the Clouds

It is the most important railway work in all of Argentina, there you will enjoy the experience of being more than 4 thousand meters above the ground. In addition, it is a relic of the last century, so it is recognized worldwide as a great contribution to engineering.

To make the tour you must find out about the excursion that starts from the city of Salta, and you will visit towns such as Campo Quijano, El Alfarcito, Gobernador Solá, and Santa Rosa de Tastil. In it you will be given a country breakfast and then go to the Quebrada de las Cuevas.

Crackling advance of the Glaciar Perito Moreno in the south, Argentina is home to a vast natural wonderland. Diversity is a big part of it. The country that boasts the Andes’ highest snowbound peaks is also home to rich wetlands, rust-hued desert, deep-blue lakes, lichen-clad Valdivian forests, and Patagonia's arid steppes. Wildlife comes in spectacular variety, from penguins and flamingos to capybaras, giant anteaters, whales, guanaco herds, and more. In this vast country, stunning sights abound and big adventures await.