- 1237 reviews
Reminds me of Paris a little except for the prices. Did not have a bad bottle of wine. Incredible affordable. Can't wait to go back.
- 239 reviews
If you're in Bariloche, consider taking the Lake Crossing Tour to the Chilean Lake District, a spectacular region dotted with emerald-colored lakes and snow-capped volcanoes--there are various tours in the...
- 327 reviews
Overlooked by the majestic Andes and the awesome Mt Aconcagua, Mendoza is best known as a major centre of viniculture - its Malbecs and Cabernet Sauvignons the toast of the...
- 424 reviews
El Calafate is a cute little town. There are plenty of cafes and bars to check out. You can book any tour from your hostel and people are really friendly!
- 523 reviews
Yes it actually is Niagara Falls on steroids. Wear comfy shoes and spend the entire day. Amazingly beautiful and spectacular.
- 625 reviews
The nearest ski resort--Las Len~as--is about 750 miles from Buenos Aires. The furthest--Cerro Castor--is about 2000 miles away. Either way, flying is your best bet. I've only skied at a...
- 712 reviews
I accidentally ended up spending two weeks in Rosario instead of Buenos Aires, and I completely fell in love with it. Plus, a great Spanish school (Spanish in Rosario) kept...
- 812 reviews
Puerto Madryn is Argentina's Patagonian hub--the place to go if you're interested in seeing wildlife (e.g. whales, dolphins, sea elephants, penguins) and exploring the Valdez Peninsula. Tour guides and organized...
- 98 reviews
This tiny city in beautiful patagonia is Argentina's youngest town. Eat all the meat you can fit on a plate at Chalten's birthday asado held every year in October.
- 1010 reviews
If your ready to party until 7am and go to crowded beaches the next day with all Argentinians, hit up Mar Del Plata.