Argentina is a country with gorgeous landscapes,
cosmopolitan cities and lively culture, it is a traveler’s paradise. It
stretches almost 3500km fromBoliviato
the tip of South
America, encompasses a wide array of geography and climates, and is
almost the size ofIndia.
Nature-lovers can traverse the Patagonian steppe, climbSouth
America’s highest peak, walk among
thousands of penguins and witness the world’s most amazing waterfalls.
Hikers can sample the stunning scenery of the lush Lake District – with its
glorious lakes and white-tipped mountains – and revel in
glacier-carved landscapes and painted Andean deserts. City slickers will
Aires, full of opportunities to learn
dance the sexy tango and interact with dynamic and beautifulporteños
will be out shopping for designer clothes at affordable prices and eating
the world’s best steaks every day while partying at nightclubs all night
Argentina celebrates its bicentennial
in 2010, rejoicing in 200 years of independence fromSpain.
Expect to visit several newly renovated museums and buildings, such as the
shut down popular tours for over two years during its facelift.
Argentina is very affordable, compared
to Europe or the US, and is safe and friendly. Now is the great time to
visit, so get your spirit in gear and prepare for an unforgettable adventure
size and population Argentina is second only to Brazil in South America.
Argentina is a plain, rising from the Atlantic to the Chilean border and the
towering Andes peaks. Aconcagua (22,834 ft, 6,960 m) is the highest peak in
the world outside Asia. Argentina is also bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay
on the north,........ Read More
Argentina is a long country stretching from the
subtropics along the north eastern border with Brazil to the subpolar
regions of Tierra del Fuego in the south. The
western edge of the country runs along the Andean Mountains. Because
Argentina is south of the Equator,....... Read More
Argentina's cultural roots are influenced by the
Europeans and this is clearly reflected in its arquitecture, music,
literature and lifestyle.
The cultural activity here is intense and is
seen in the festivities, expositions, cinemas, theatres, and concerts that
take place in th........ Read More
Argentina was first explored in 1516 by Juan Diaz
de Solis, the country then developed slowly under Spanish colonial rule.
Buenos Aires was settled in 1580; the cattle industry was thriving as early
as 1600. Invading British forces were expelled in 1806—1807,....... Read More