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Argentina Tourism

Don’t be daunted by the initial facade of a formidable urban fortress that Argentina appears to be. The South American giant is a perfect blend of the modern marvels and the beautiful natural landscape that it boasts of. You will get to explore wonderful pockets of nature here. Beyond the rush and hassle of Buenos Aires, the sizzling chemistry of tango, football and food comes to the fore. The lush voluminous fall of the Iguazu Falls, trekking and hiking destinations, snow-clad mountains and markets will lure the adventurer in you to this beautiful land.

Argentina’s history attains relevance with its 1512 Spanish colonisation. Post the fight for independence that lasted until 1861, the country became a prosperous nation. Initial instability lead to its gradual economic decline. Argentina is primarily peaceful and worth visiting for its unique sights and terrain.

Spanish is the most spoken and the official language of the country. English, Welsh, Italian, French, Yiddish, German and Arabic are also spoken by the locals. Desserts are a prime food item here, especially stuffed ones. Sausages and pasta also top the bill. Red meat is consumed in large quantities here. 

Most of the densely populated parts of the country experience a temperate climate. From a sub-polar to tropical, the climate differs according to geographical divisions here. From humid summers, dry winters, windy spells to snowfall and rain, Argentina experiences a bit of everything.

Almost 77% of the total population are Catholic while about 11% are Atheists and Agnostics. Evangelists make up 9% of the total populace. 

Don’t be daunted by the initial facade of a formidable urban fortress that Argentina appears to be. The South American giant is a perfect blend of the modern marvels and the beautiful natural...

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