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    Four Argentina Itineraries for 10-Day & Shorter Trips

    With a total area of 1,730,146 miles², Argentina is one of the world’s largest countries. It has also been declared by the WWF one of the countries with the greatest wealth and natural biodiversity in the world. Due to its latitudinal extension and wide diversity of geography, Argentina has a great variety of climates – it extends to a tropical climate in the far North and subpolar in the far South (including polar climate if we consider Read more
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    4 Unexpected Wines You need to try in Argentina

    With over 6 provinces growing a variety of grapes and an intriguing culture filled with foods and drinks, Argentina is famous for its wine and wineries, specially Mendoza vineyards. It is the fifth largest wine producing region in the world but it is more popular for the premium quality of its wine rather than the quantity. Some of the most famous wines of the country come from the province of Cafayate, Mendoza and Patagonia. If you like wine, Read more
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    Must-try Foods on Your Trip to Salta

    t goes without saying that one of the top reasons to visit Argentina is its rich and exquisite gastronomy. If you choose to travel fifteen hundred kilometers northwest from Buenos Aires to visit a place like Salta, the food will definitely be a decisive factor, as it is known all around the country for its unique, nourishing and tasty variety of ingredients. Here is a thorough selection of dishes you must try on your trip to Salta, (which is Read more
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    Why Should You Visit Argentina’s Lesser-Known Wine Regions?

    Do love wines? But hate the intoxicated crowds buzzing around known vineyards? If yes, then we suggest you drive past Argentina’s precious wine regions like Mendoza and Salta. Argentina is well known for its unique blends and aromatic wines. You know the ones that make your taste buds dance to the South American tunes. Lucky for you, the most popular and crowded vineyards aren’t the only places to sip the splendid Read more
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    Argentina’s Wine Regions: More than just Malbec and Mendoza

    For most casual consumers of wine, Argentina means one thing: Malbecs from Mendoza. However, Argentina is large and geographically diverse, and the wine making is finding a home along the country’s entire western frontier. Check into the quality and variety of Argentina´s Wine Regions. Mendoza's Malbec is known for its spicy, robust flavor Mendoza: The Mother of Argetina`s Wine Regions Since Argentina first began exporting wines in Read more
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    Where to go and what to do during Argentina’s winter

    When you are looking to escape the unbearable summer heat, a trip to visit Argentina in the winter may just be what you need! Since Argentina is located in the Southern Hemisphere, its seasons are opposite of those countries located in the Northern Hemisphere.  Winter months of June, July, and August are a great time to travel to Argentina. Argentina in the winter has varying climates, from mild temperatures in the north to ice glaciers in Read more
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    4 Best Kept Secrets about Salta

    The culture and history of any place you visit are critical to what makes each new destination different. In Argentina, it's no different, especially when you travel throughout the country. Salta, a city in the northwest of Argentina, is one of the best cities for cultural offerings. If you're on the look out to unlock some real cultural experiences, these secrets are some of the best ways to discover authentic experiences in Argentina for Read more
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    What to Wear in Salta

    Before heading off to a new destination there are a few things you always do before you depart. One of these things is check the weather. When visiting Salta in the North of Argentina, the weather is something to pay special attention to. Salta has a subtropical highland climate which is commonly found at high altitudes near tropical climates. The city of Salta is located 1,152 meters (3780 feet) above sea level, in the Lerma Valley. 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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    The Most Beautiful Destinations in Salta

    Known for its sophisticated appeal, the region has become a favorite among curious travelers from around the globe due to its natural beauty, historic architecture, excellent weather and welcoming demeanor. It also boasts a plethora of attractions to keep visitors busy, regardless of age of interests, including world-class museums, vibrant nightlife, quaint cafés, and live musica folkloria. [caption id="attachment_2205" align="alignnone" 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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    Things to Do in Salta: Outdoor Activities in Salta

    Some of the biggest draws to visitors to Northwestern Argentina are not only the quaint colonial towns, but the numerous outdoor activities in Salta and the surrounding provinces. Of the limitless things to do in Salta, a great number of them are focused on the great outdoors. There is a wide range of options for all visitors, from relaxed hikes to fear-defying hang-gliding. Horseback riding, canoeing, trekking, 4×4 safaris, and cave Read more