Argentina Travel Guide

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    Clock tower @ Retiro
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    view at the 7-coloured mountains
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Map of Argentina

Buenos Aires






El Calafate


Puerto Iguazú




San Carlos de Bariloche






Puerto Madryn


Parque Nacional del Iguazù


La Plata


Mar del Plata




San Miguel de Tucumán










Santa Fe


San Rafael


San Ignacio








San Agustín de Valle Fértil


San Salvador de Jujuy


Fitz Roy


San Antonio de Areco


Puente del Inca


San Martín de los Andes


Puerto Pirámides


Parque Nacional Los Glaciares


El Bolsón


Villa La Angostura


Villa General Belgrano




San Juan




Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego


Río Grande


La Quiaca


Villa Carlos Paz






Isla Martillo




Bahía Blanca


Buenos Aires

See all 4778 Buenos Aires Tips
  • La Boca District

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Things to Do

    We have been advice to take a taxi and we did. This place has a reputation of being prone to more crime than central areas. Tourist areas are relatively safe, going beyond the unmarked borders (crossing a street can be enough) of the tourist area can put you at risk of trouble. This wonderfully colourful neighbourhood right next to the old port of...

  • Alvear Palace

    Buenos Aires Hotels

    Spent three nights there in April 05. My eyes roll to the back of my head when I think of their...

  • Cafe Tortoni

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    In early November 2012 we visited this cafe with another American couple. One of us put his knapsack on the floor next to his foot, and five minutes later it was gone. The pickpockets and thieves in this town are smooth-- four of us at a table, near the back of the cafe, and none of us noticed the thief. What was most infuriating was that the...



See all 403 Mendoza Tips
  • Wine Tour

    Mendoza Things to Do

    I just got back from an Amazing Trip to Mendoza, Argentina. We spent a week in Mendoz at the Park Hyatt Hotel (great great hotel) and enjoyed many wonderful activities. I would recommend that if you are in Mendoza on a Wednesday night that you go to The Vines of Mendoza's Wine Makers Night on Wednesdays from 7-9 on Calle Espejo. We really enjoyed...

  • NH Cordillera

    Mendoza Hotels

    Without any problem. I stayed twice. Great rooms. Polite employees. Superb breakfast. Excellent...

  • Mendoza City Tour

    Mendoza Things to Do

    Touristic open bus in Mendoza, Argentina. The tour bus route is based on 15 stops. The different stops are some of the best landmarks within Mendoza city. This is the official city tour bus in Mendoza, it's working since mid 2013s.> For prices, bus schedule, and routes please just go to the bus official web.



See all 427 Ushuaia Tips
  • Cruise the Beagle Channel

    Ushuaia Things to Do

    The waterfront at Ushuaia is lined with tour company kiosks which offer day or half day cruises up and down the Beagle Channel. The offerings are similar, as are the prices. One company has the rights to land on an island for trekking, whilst another company has sole rights for landings at the magellanic Penguin Colony at Martillo Island.Cruises...

  • Tierra de Leyendas

    Ushuaia Hotels

    Have to give this place 5*s. lovely accomadation, great hosts that really look after you. A short...

  • Isla de Los Lobos

    Ushuaia Things to Do

    Any of a number of rocky islets in the Beagle Channel, about 30 minutes to an hour from Ushuaia on catamaran cruises. Nothing at all to do with the American Chicano rock band 'Los Lobos', famous for the hit 'La Bamba'. In this case, 'Los Lobos' refers to the South American fur seals which breed on these islands. Very spectacular close up views as...


El Calafate

See all 278 El Calafate Tips
  • Perito Moreno Glacier from the visitor...

    El Calafate Things to Do

    The visitor centre at Perito Moreno Glacier has a cafeteria with a good variety of hot and cold food and drink; restrooms and a gift shop. It is a short walk to the walkways and viewing platforms that make up the selection of walks available. The walks are colour coded and well signed. There is an elevator that enables wheel chairs, and disabled...

  • Hotel Kosten Aike

    El Calafate Hotels

    El Calafate, small tourist town in the extensive and mysterious patagonian plateu, on foot of the...

  • Perito Moreno Glacier by boat

    El Calafate Things to Do

    As you enter Los Glaciares National Park there is the opportunity to take a boat ride to the South face of the glacier. It takes about 30-40minutes and is well worth the 180 Argentinian Peso. If you are doing a tour it may be included. If not there is a ticket booth at the landing site. You need to have your national park entry ticket to get on...


Puerto Iguazú

See all 193 Puerto Iguazú Tips
  • Jungle Safari

    Puerto Iguazú Things to Do

    Take a ride in a jeep along dirt tracks into the jungle and experience the joy of waterfall rapelling and canopy riding. Many companies run these tours and will pick you up from your hotel in the morning. You then walk around the majestic jungle and climb the canopy stations before sailing through the air along the wires... quite an experience!...

  • Esturion Hotel & Lodge

    Puerto Iguazú Hotels

    The Esturion Hotel is located in quite a nice spot. Far enough out of town that it was very quiet,...

  • Devil's Throat - prepare to be amazed

    Puerto Iguazú Things to Do

    Of the 275 separate falls that make up Iguazu Falls, Devil's Throat is the highest (82m) and the widest. It can be reached by board walk from both the Argentina and Brazil side. The view from the Argentina side is said to be better due to the huge cloud of spray generated by the falls. I can't say for sure because due to not having a Brazil visa at...



See all 101 Córdoba Tips

    Córdoba Things to Do

    Encrusted in the flanks of the Sierras Chicas, La Falda has become, with the passing of the years, the axis of the tourist corridor in the centre - north area of the Punilla Valley. Characterised by an irregular urban arrangement of its residential neighbourhood, in which no detail has been overlooked, the beautiful natural scenery and its...

  • Sheraton Cordoba Hotel

    Córdoba Hotels

    This is a picture of my room .

  • Fiesta Patronal- Feast

    Córdoba Things to Do

    The feast of the city is on September 30 in honor of San Jeronimo. (the founder of the city was Jeronimo Luis de Cabrera, perhaps that explains the choice of patron saint)San Jeronimo was a young Arab who embraced Christianity. He was later captured by the Arabs and taken to Algiers. They tried to get him to renounce Christianity, but Jeronimo...


San Carlos de Bariloche


    San Carlos de Bariloche Restaurants

    A Vizcacha is a large nocturnal rodent, but don't let the name put you off. This place is packed, you will be lucky to find a table and it is listed in a lot of guidebooks. Why? They are famous for their Bife De Chorizo whicH is detailed below. They also have a large menu from grills, salads, to pastas. You can see into the kitchen and watch the...

  • Arelauquen Lodge

    San Carlos de Bariloche Hotels

    The Arelauquen lodge has 23 rooms and is surrounded by its golf course with overlooking the...

  • Circuito Chico

    San Carlos de Bariloche Things to Do

    This delightful drive takes you along the shore of Lago Nahuel Huapi in the direction of Puerto Panuelos. By taking a turn to the left the road follows the shore of Lago Perito Moreno. There are a number of great view points along the way. The best view is of both lakes with Perito Moreno in front of Nahuel HuapiAt one point the road take you over...



See all 144 Salta Tips
  • Cerro San Bernardo

    Salta Things to Do

    Cerro San Bernardo is a hill located east of downtown Salta. It towers 284 meters (931 feet) above the city and offers great views of Salta with the mountains as a backdrop. To get to the top you can choose to walk the steep path or to take the teleferico (cable car), whose station is located across from Parque San Martin. Also at the top you'll...

  • Hotel Alejandro I International Salta

    Salta Hotels

    El hotel es impresionante, tiene un gim espectacular de primer nivel, pileta climatizada y yacuzzi,...

  • Plaza 9 de Julio

    Salta Things to Do

    Named after the Argentinian Day of Independence, 9 de Julio is Salta's main square, a veritable heart of the city, bounded by elegant arcades under which one will find plenty of of places to sit, enjoy a drink and watch the world go by. Many of the city's attractions are to be found here, flanking the small park that sits in the middle of the...



See all 118 Rosario Tips
  • Parque de la Independencia

    Rosario Things to Do

    This is a fantastic park with incredible sports facilities and museums and galleries. The layout is huge (as it is with most all of the city parks in Argentina) Easy to get to - excellent parking and a great picnic getaway opportunity.

  • Hotel Rosario

    Rosario Hotels

    It's located in the centre of the city. For reservations mail to

  • Flag Monument

    Rosario Things to Do

    This monument provides a great opportunity to learn a little bit about the history of the Argentine flag. While this monument is dedicated to the the Argentine flag, the Flag room has flags from all around the world. From atop the tower at this site there is a beautiful view of the surrounding river and city areas. Well worth the time if you are...


Puerto Madryn

See all 123 Puerto Madryn Tips
  • Great Seafood

    Puerto Madryn Restaurants

    It's popular and it's busy but the staff are friendly and attentive. There is a good range of seafood on the menu from plain fish and chips to lovely shellfish. I had the Langostino Grill - grilled prawns. They came grilled on a metal skewer with a side of braised vegetables. The price including an icy cold Stella Artois was quite reasonable but i...

  • Australis Yene hue

    Puerto Madryn Hotels

    I stayed in a triple room with view to the sea. The room was huge and apart from a problem with the...

  • Whale Watching - Peninsula Valdés

    Puerto Madryn Things to Do

    There is a small community on the Peninsula Valdés called Puerto Pirámides.From here you can join a boat to go whale watching. Southern Right Whales make the protected bay around Puerto Pirámides their home between June and December. Sightings are almost guaranteed. Even out of these months there is much to bee seen along the coast of Peninsula...


Parque Nacional del Iguazù

La Plata

See all 33 La Plata Tips
  • Best Artesianal Beer in Town

    La Plata Nightlife

    Falkner's is a local landmark that almost all people know. The food is not all that fantastic, mostly bar type snacks and finger foods. But the beer is very good.They have about 15 unique beers. Over my visits, I have sampled nearly all of them. With the exception of the fruit beer, I like all the other 14. They have a few that are up to 14%...

  • Benevento Hotel

    La Plata Hotels

    My second visit was for business and the local company made all my arrangements. The Hotel Benevento...

  • Best parrilla (steak/BBQ) in town

    La Plata Restaurants

    If you ask any local for a good parrilla (steakhouse or BBQ), Club Atenas will always come on the list, most likely as number one. The restaurant fills up quickly, so either get there early (~7:30pm) or make a reservation.I admit that the outside is not very attractive or even resembling a restaurant, but the inside and the food will quickly put...


Mar del Plata

See all 52 Mar del Plata Tips


See all 48 Cafayate Tips
  • Something different

    Cafayate Restaurants

    We found this place one our visit to Cafayate towards the end of our trip and wished we found it earlier! We went every night after we found it! They had great music with a very chill environment, cool art and comfortable chairs. The bathrooms were clean and huge, although we had to go outside to go to them. We were used to eating steak and...

  • Patios De Cafayate Hotel & Spa

    Cafayate Hotels

    Ruta Nacional 40 y Ruta Nacional 68, Cafayate, Arg

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Cafayate to Tafi Del Valle

    Cafayate Transportation

    After leaving Cafayate we moved on to Tafi del Valle, four hours journey by bus to the south. There are two buses a day with Aconquija which pass through Tafi del Valle on route to Tucuman. The first bus leaves at 6am and that's the one we took. The route is very scenic, especially at that time of morning when the sunrise lights up the mountains....


San Miguel de Tucumán

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The best way to enjoy Argentina vacations is to immerse yourself in the culture. Visit the vine covered valley of Mendoza, get lost in the jungle home of the Guarani Indians at Iguazy National Park,...