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Planning a Trip to Argentina The goverment haus from Argentina in Buenos Aires City

Planning a Trip to Argentina
 
Buenos aires si one of the world's most addictive cities, definitely dedicate a good chunk of time to get to know this exciting metropolis and move a way from the beaten track.
 
Buenos Aires offers vast possibilities from the old school tango bars of San Telmo to the chic boutiques of Palermo and is certainly a destination you won't forget! Click the link to find out more about Buenos Aires. 
 
A great place to start your itinerary is in Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires. Flights arrive daily from Europe, North America, and Australia. You'll be charmed by the quaint streets lined with historic colonial buildings and architecture that resembles Paris. Indulge in the inexpensive restaurants and experience world-class red wines and steaks, which lie at the heart of the country's culinary traditions.
 

The Argentina Steaks, one of the delicious culinary delights, the beef being the most popular food. Make sure you don't miss the chance to try a traditional 'Asado' where the excellent quality meat is grilled to perfection and the natural flavours are unforgettable. 

Bariloche City: Argentina's cultural calendar is positively bursting with exciting fiestas, celebrations and excuses for a party. There are all sorts of different festival from the traditionally religious type to fun packed carnival season and artsy theatre and film festivals.

Definitely be sure to attend at least one when you visit Argentina. Bariloche, the beautiful city at the center of the Lake Region much resembles European alpine resorts, with spectacular surrounding scenery.

In Bariloche you can take a trip around magnificent lakes, explore the scenic mountains, or partake in numerous sports activities such as skiing, golfing, hiking, biking and whitewater rafting. Excellent lodgings, views and a plethora of activities make Bariloche the most popular destinaiton in Patagonia. 

The Argentine Tango porteņo: Whether you want to learn to tango like a pro or just enjoy watching the professionals at work you couldn't choose a better destination than the home of the Tango.

It is everywhere in Argentina so chat to the locals and find out where the best spots are to catch some authentic tango. 

The Architecture in Argentina has moved with the times dramatically with respect to architecture. In this beautiful country you can expect to see everything from jesuit ruins to glorious colonial mansions and modern masterpieces. The Argentina wine Undoubtedly, Argentina is one of the world's top destinations for wine lovers.

Months could be spent touring the country's bodegas and enjoying endless wine tasting sessions. A huge range of different wines are produced in the different Argentine regions which vary massively in climate and soil type. One thing that doesnt change however, is the guarantee of top quality wines all over the country. 

South Argentina Tierra del Fuego is Argentina's most charming city is a must-see destination. Situated in northern Patagonia and surrounded by the beautiful landscapes of the lake district, Bariloche is one of the most captivating and special cities in Latin America.

With its unusual alpine style architecture and amazing party atmosphere, Bariloche is the perfect place to get cosy in a tavern during the winter months.

Penisisula de Valdez is one of the most naturally beautiful parts of Argentina, the Valdez Peninsula offers stunning landscapes and the most diverse wildlife in the country.

It is so beautiful, in fact, that it is the chosen nesting site for the endangered Southern Right Whale as well as a whole host of elephant seals and sea lions. So, nature lovers don't delay in getting yourselves down to this stunning part of the world. 

The Iguazu Falls are a trip to the incredible Iguazú Falls could well be the most memorable experience of your life! The unbelievable sight of over 250 beautiful waterfalls which link Argentina and Brazil in an incredible tropical setting is enough to send shivers down your spine. Explore the national park and have th experience of a lifetime at one of the most beautiful natural sights in the world.

Argentine Culture: This organization uses art and culture as a means for social transformation. They work with local and national cultural centers and other community groups to educate people about the power of art to transform lives, whilst also training teachers, artists, organizations, and others in art education.

They seek to build networks of groups and individuals who share their commitment to the arts, and this organization participates and leads a variety of educational activities with local youth and communities

Patagonia, the land of wonders, is a very big region taking up most of Southern Argentina. The region features a glacier-dotted mountainous interior, unique coastal wildlife and amazing Andean national parks. The mountains and lakes in Patagonia are also some of the most beautiful of all found in the world.

Argentinian Patagonia can be broken up into the smaller travel destinations: The Lake Region, Atlantic Patagonia, Southern Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Each destination is very unique and offers much to entice the visitor. 

El Calafate is the center and gateway to exploring the amazing wonders of nature in Southern Patagonia.

Patagonias biggest attractions are the national parks that the large region is composed of. For those that can afford the expense, there are a few lodging options that are truly unmatched.

These hotels are the only one that were built in places of great beauty and do maximize the experience of visiting the region. They are also the most luxurious options available.

Similarly, estancias, or guest ranches, are located in very special places in Patagonia while being less luxurious and more traditional.  

If you visit Argentina you can not miss attending to a match at the Bombonera.
La Boca with caminito is one of the best teams in the world so you can see nice playing, but not itīs not only the match..

The Perito Moreno glacier is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Argentina. It`s located in the south west of Stanta Cruz province, 80 km. far from El Calafate.

The Perito Moreno Glacier is a true highlight of this destination and the Upsala Glacier, among others in Glacier National Park, is quite memorable. Don't forget to also visit the hiking haven of El Chalten, and travel to the Torres del Paine National Park in nearby Chile.


The 255 kmē ice formation, of 34 km in length, is one of 49 glaciers fed by the Southern Patagonian Ice Field located in the Andes system shared with Chile. This icefield is the world's third largest reserve of fresh water.

The Perito Moreno Glacier is one of only three Patagonian glaciers that are not retreating. Periodically the glacier advances over the L-shaped "Lago Argentino" ("Argentine Lake") forming a natural dam which separates the two halves of the lake when it reaches the opposite shore. With no escape route, the water-level on the Brazo Rico side of the lake can rise by up to 33 meters above the level of the main lake.

The enormous pressure produced by this mass of waters finally breaks the ice barrier holding it back, in a spectacular rupture event. This dam/rupture cycle is not regular and it naturally recurs at any frequency between once a year to less than once a decade.

The terminus of the Perito Moreno Glacier is 7 km wide, with an average height of 65 meters above the surface of the water, with a total ice depth of 175 meters.

It advances at a speed of up to 3 m per day (around 703 m per year), although it loses mass at approximately the same rate, meaning that aside from small variations, its terminus has not advanced or receded in the past 93 years. At its deepest part, the glacier has a depth of approximately 709 m.

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