1. SaltaSalta is another picturesque city of Argentina which has preserved its colonial-era heritages including the Salta Cathedral, a neoclassical building and El Cabildo, an 18th-century town hall which is now a historical museum.
2. Buenos AiresArgentina’s capital Buenos Aires has a classic mix of European feel interspersed with Latin American culture. This diverse city packs a punch in terms of culture, sports, cuisine, performing arts and attractions.
3. MendozaMendoza lies in the heart of Argentina’s fabled wine country and has a very artistic and contemporary outlook. The city has art deco modern buildings, classic museums and art galleries along with renowned wine tasting tours.
4. CordobaCordoba has a mixture of classic architecture and modern-day pleasures of nightlife and entertainment hubs. It also has one of the oldest universities of South America; the National University of Cordoba and is renowned for its Plaza San Martin and neo-baroque Cordoba Cathedral.
5. UshuaiaUshuaia is a beautiful resort town located in the country’s Tierra del Fuego archipelago which is at the southernmost tip of the continent. The stunning town is surrounded by the Martial Mountains and the Beagle Channel.
6. BarilocheBariloche is a beautiful city in the country’s famed Patagonia region and lies close to the glacial lake of Nahuel Huapi and is surrounded by the snow-covered Andes Mountains. It’s a popular base for exploring the Lake District. READ MORE: 15 Beautiful Reasons To Visit Argentina Right Away!
1. Ruta De Los Siete LagosPopularly referred to as the Road of the Seven Lakes, it connects San Martin de los Andes and Villa La Angostura. The journey is romantic as you will pass seven beautiful lakes with different shades of water, surrounded by green hills and pristine forests.
2. Glacier Perito MorenoArgentina’s Perito Moreno glacier is one of the few remaining advancing and growing glacier which is also the third largest source of fresh water on our planet. Over the years, the advancing glacier of Perito Moreno has formed a natural dam in Lake Argentino, resulting is periodic ruptures and icefalls.
3. PatagoniaShared by Argentina and Chile, Patagonia comprises of a sparsely populated area filled with rivers, coasts, deserts, hills, steppes and grasslands.
4. Iguazu FallsHidden in the middle of a rain forest, the stunning Iguazu Falls is a common heritage for Brazil and Argentina and forms the natural border between the two South American neighbours. READ MORE: 9 Incredible Experiences You Can Have Only In Chile!
1. Gauchos (Argentinian Cowboys)American cowboy equivalent, Gauchos, are horsemen who inhabit the Argentine grassland, steppes and the vast Patagonia region. Their primary task is herding cattle and traditional farming. Gauchos form a key element in Argentinian culture and society.
2. Tango in ArgentinaArgentina and Tango have become synonymous; the sensual dance form that has captivated the world’s attention. Tango originated in the working neighbourhoods of Buenos Aires and has become the country’s greatest cultural import.
3. Football in Argentina
The land of Maradona and Messi; football is the greatest symbol of this South American country which has won the World Cup on two occasions in 1978 and 1986. The obsession and passion of football can be best witnessed during the famous Superclasico game between arch-rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate.
4. Food in Argentina
Argentinian cuisine is deeply influenced by its large livestock and farming produces. Beef and barbeque dominate the cuisine which is heavily influenced by Italian, German, and Spanish influences. Mate is the national drink, widely consumed across the country.READ MORE: 14 Reasons Why You Should Never Visit Brazil!