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"Welcome to Argentina"


A look to Argentina

Argentina is bursting with tourist attractions and depending on the season you can enjoy different landscapes and live unique sensations.

Buenos Aires is the capital and entrance to Argentina, a cosmopolitan city, with a rich and surprising architecture. It is an urban city where you can savour its gastronomy and its wines, enjoy a tango show or revel in the nightlife it has to offer.

One of the most visited places in Argentina is the region of Patagonia. In El Calafate, gateway to Los Glaciares National Park, its main attraction is undoubtedly the famous Perito Moreno glacier, an imposing 5 kilometer wall, 60 meters tall.

Other attractions in the area include: the terrestrial fauna in Puerto Madryn, whale watching in Puerto Pirámides or the most important Magellanic penguin colony of the Patagonian coast, in Punta Tombo.

You can also visit Ushuaia, the mythical city of the End of the World, surrounded by an unsurpassable landscape next to the Beagle Channel.

In Bariloche, combination of adventure and nature, you can navigate Lake Nahuel Huapi or stroll around the city and try their famous chocolates.

In the Province of Mendoza, to the west of Argentina we find the wine region par excellence. An ideal place to visit vineyards and taste the best wines of the country.

To the north of Argentina is the region of Salta, another interesting tourist point that invites you to admire its landscapes, multicoloured hills, architecture and culture of the towns.

But not everything depends on the seasons, since wonders like the Iguazu Falls can be visited all year round. These waterfalls – with the highest measuring over 80 meters – make up a spectacular landscape that leaves no one indifferent.

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They derive their name from the Latin ‘Argentum’, meaning silver, since the Spanish conquistadors thought this metal was abundant in those lands.

‘9 de Julio’ is the widest avenue in the world with 14 lanes, divided into 4 parallel blocks.

Mount Aconcagua is the tallest peak in all of America, and the highest after the Himalayan mountain system.

Argentina has the largest number of psychologists per capita in the world.

For its size, acoustics and trajectory, the Colón theatre is considered one of the best 5 in the world.

The territory of Argentina would fit Spain, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Austria and Hungary at the same time.

Ushuaia is the most austral continental city in the world.

Up to five Argentinian figures have been awarded a Nobel Prize.