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    5 Kid-Friendly Museums in Argentina

    Argentina is one of the most perfect places for a family to spend some quality time together. The outdoor activities, the natural attractions, the rich history, and the culture make this country absolutely family friendly. In fact, even young children traveling will be able to spend more time enjoying and less time stressing you out. Argentina is a parent-approved country, and if you are planning a trip, make sure to take the kids to the Read more
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    The Holiday Season in Argentina

    For those coming from the Northern Hemisphere to Argentina over December holidays, the warm weather might be quite a shock! Argentina’s holiday sun may not be the white snowy Christmas from storybooks, but it definitely has its own summer charm to celebrate las fiestas, the Holiday Season in Argentina.  The Holiday Season in Argentina is a magical time of year. Christmas is a holiday celebrated both with friends and family. During lunch Read more
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    5 Things You Can’t Miss in Salta, Argentina

    Located in the Northwestern region of Argentina, Salta has emerged as a famous tourist attraction over the past years. Best described as a fusion of modern and traditional culture, this eclectic city has developed to cater to tourists but has also managed to preserve its historical architecture and culture more than any other Argentine city! What renders this city its charm is that while it has progressed, it still maintains its slow paced vibe. Read more
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    Best New Restaurants in Buenos Aires

    Food has always been a vital attraction for visitors traveling to Argentina’s capital. Buenos Aires is a microcosm of cultures, a wonderful amalgamation of French, Italian and Old World influences. This aspect is reflective in its food, a huge attraction for foodies from all over the world. No matter what appeals to your taste buds, this vibrant city has something to fill the plates of everyone! To prove this point, let’s take a look at some Read more
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    What to do in Mendoza If You Don’t Drink Wine

    Mendoza, the capital of the Mendoza province, is the largest wine producer and distributor in all of Argentina. The city’s basic attraction is wine and wine tours. As much as two third of the wine produced in Argentina comes from Mendoza. However, if you think that the only attraction is wine gardens, think again. 1. Visit the Aconcauga Mountain Aconcauga National Park is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Mendoza. Home to the Read more
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    Argentina Wildlife: North vs. South

    A country with a surface area of almost three million square kilometers is the perfect crib for an infinite variety of climate, habitants, flora and fauna. Around the 3,000 kilometers that separate the north from the south of Argentina, you can discover unique nature and wildlife, composed of both native species and those that arrived during the prehistoric age and decided to stay in this chaotic but amazing land. What if you don’t have Read more
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    South America’s Most Action-Packed Destinations

    If you’re an adrenaline junkie always looking for your next adventure, then South America is the perfect place to visit with enough adventure-driven escapes to knock your socks off. [caption id="attachment_6088" align="alignnone" width="827"] Torres del Paine National Park[/caption] Argentina vacations offer a wide range of options of every type of thrill-seeker, whether you want to get wet and wild or go high and dry, this open Read more
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    National Wine Day in Mendoza

    Wine enthusiasts rejoice, because today is National Wine Day! While it's unclear when and how this unofficial holiday first began, there are plenty of people around the world who celebrate regardless of its origins. To see social media content from years past, simple search the #NationalWineDay hashtag on your favorite social media platform (there are currently more than 70,000 posts on Instagram alone)! [caption id="attachment_1824" Read more
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    Top 3 Breathtaking Off the Beaten Path Argentine Destinations

    Besides the most famous and overvisited destinations in Argentina that are well-known by every tourist who sets foot in the country, there are plenty of less-frequented corners in plain sights throughout the whole nation, just waiting to be added to your touristic bucket list. These "off the beaten path" destinations may lack 5 star hotels and fancy restaurants, but in their place offer visitors the opportunity to uncover authentic natural Read more
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    Polo In Argentina

    So you've heard about Argentina's craze for soccer (or football, as it's called here) but did you know that Argentines are also world-renowned for their skill and love of polo? Since the country's early days, when the gauchos (cowboys) roamed the Argentine Pampas, the horse has been an important aspect of Argentine culture. So it should come as no surprise that a sport played on horseback has become wildly popular here. Argentines rank among Read more
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    Travel to Argentina: A Backpacker’s Guide

    Argentina is the end of the road for most backpacker’s travelling across Latin America in search of self-discovery. Buenos Aires, is where most people start or begin so it is important to know where to head after or before arriving in this cosmopolitan town that will have you up for days. Those looking to travel to Argentina and get off the beaten track, have no fear. We have all the answers as to where you can travel in Argentina to avoid Read more