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Argentina - One week, two week itineraries

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Argentina location

South America

Located

Land borders

Bolivia

Brazil

Chile

Paraguay

Uruguay

Argentina at a glance

Peso (ARS)

Currency

Spanish

Language

Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

None (3 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Safe (70 / 100)

Safety index

Modern (83 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

This itinerary brings you through Argentina, South America. Most popular part is Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires in detail).
you can take a bath in
Buenos Aires. If you love to visit museums you will be happy at Buenos Aires, Mendoza and Salta. If you love to make party you will be happy at Buenos Aires. The climate is warm. These flight connections are taken during this route: Buenos Aires (plan Buenos Aires itineraries) - San Luis and Salta - Buenos Aires (more about Buenos Aires itineraries). During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere.
This itinerary proceeds through Argentina, South America.
You find a lot of museums, theaters and galleries at
Mendoza and Salta. Many cities are warm in December. You can pay with Peso everywhere. These flight connections are taken during this route: Puerto Iguazu - Mendoza (more about Mendoza) and Salta - Puerto Iguazu. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere.
This itinerary brings you through Argentina. Most popular part is Buenos Aires.
you can take a bath in Puerto Madryn, San Antonio Oeste and
Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires in detail). If you love to visit museums you will be happy at Buenos Aires. Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Buenos Aires. The climate is warm. These flight connections are taken during this route: Rio Gallegos - Puerto Madryn and Buenos Aires - Rio Gallegos. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere.
At Argentina, South America, the itinerary will begin. Chile are the next countries. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at Salta and
Mendoza. Safe countries are chosen. Many cities are warm in December. If your passport is from Argentina and you use the power sockets type I, then you would still need: C/L. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere. There are one flight connection. These are Mendoza - Salta Province. Peso and Chile (plan Chile itineraries)an Peso are the currencies.
The itinerary starts in Argentina. After that the itinerary proceeds Chile. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
Mainly small cities are destinations. The climate is comfort. Safe countries are chosen. If your passport is from Argentina and you use the power sockets type I, then you would still need: C/L. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere. You will need Peso and
Chilean Peso during this route.
This itinerary shows you the main interesting destinations of Argentina, South America. Santa Rosa (Toay) is the highlight.
it is awesome go hiking Toay. You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at
Mendoza. The climate is warm. You can pay with Peso everywhere. These flight connections are taken during this route: General Acha - Malargue and Mendoza - Victorica. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere.

Things to do

3 Day 2 Córdoba Contemporary Architecture and Parks - 3.1 Centro Cívico del Bicentenario ...

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Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world. This fantastic country has so much to offer. And that is why this city definitely belongs in the list of 9 incredible things to visit and do in Argentina. This city in Argentina is the gateway to some of the most impressive sea life experiences, such as whale ...

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4. Perito Moreno glacier, one of the incredible things to do in Argentina

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Here are some photos that will show all the diversity and beauty of Argentina. If you like hiking El Chalten is a must visit place for you in Argentina. Considered a hiking capital of the country the area has a lot to offer for outdoor lovers of any age and ..

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After traveling through Argentina for 4 months I often get asked for the best places to visit in Argentina. The book includes travel guides for the several regions of Argentina and is designed to save you a lot of time & make your trip much easier! I was lucky enough to travel almost the complete country from Salta in ...

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Your favorite places to visit in Argentina?

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Eat & drink

Argentine steak, empanadas and pizza play a big role in the country’s cuisine, but there’s much more to food in Argentina. From asadoto the stew-like national dish of locro, our Argentina food guide offers an extensive list of traditional dishes, European-influenced Argentine food favorites, desserts and ..

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Restaurants in Cafayate

Restaurants in Salta

Restaurants in Cachi

Restaurants in Puerto Iguazu

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Health and medical: Dengue Fever may occur throughout the year and, if you suffer from respiratory problems like asthma, bronchial problems or sinus trouble, these could become aggravated due to highly polluted city air. Visit your doctor 8 weeks prior to travel and ..

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In the weeks leading up to my trip to Argentina, I spent hours looking for recommendations on what's a fish-loving pescetarian to eat in the land of steak, asado and dulce de leche. I combed through Argentinian blogs, looking for the tried-and-true. My trip to Argentina ended up being less about food, and ..

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Top 10 vegetarian foods to eat in Argentina

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, catching a major protest in downtown BA, hosting dinner parties in our lovely top floor apartment. ...

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Worth to visit

Argentina seems to have everything a woman could want: forests, lakes, mountains, pampas, some of the biggest waterfalls in the world, an advancing glacier, fascinating history and literature, vineyards, colonial architecture, Jesuit missions, indigenous handicrafts, leather goods, amazing ...

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This rematch of the 2002 World Cup final is delicious on paper and in World Cup lore. Brazil (more about Brazil) has won 5 times and Germanyhas won 3. The Germans have gotten to the semifinals or beyond in 4 straight World Cups but haven’t won since 1990. Brazil has been hanging on by a thread and ..

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There are many reasons why backpackers might find a trip to Argentina to be an exciting experience. Some of the reasons include: ...

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Absolutely! This was a rather pricey tour, but given that you were only with a group of 20 or less, it felt very private. Plus, you can get SO close to the penguins. It was incredible! The farm and museum stops were nice as well. ...

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General

One of my first long trips was to Argentina. The country had been on my wish list for years, after I had seen images of the overwhelming nature and bustling Buenos Aires. It was on almost every breakfast table, lucky me! This is the kind of thing people put on their bucket list: hiking on the Perito Moreno, the ...

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Known as the Land of Silver, Argentina traces its name back to the voyages of the Spanish and Portuguese to the Rio de la Plata during in the 16th Century. Better known for its steak and wine as well as the Tango and football, Argentina has a unique blend of cultural ethnicities and expressions.

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Facts About Argentinian Architecture

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The country of passion par excellence, Argentina introduced tango, one of the most sensual dances, to the world. Breathtaking natural landscapes, a fascinating culture, and mouthwatering dishes are only a few of the reasons to visit Argentina. Read on and get inspired for your next trip.

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Iguassu Falls Argentina Side – What to Expect IGUASSU FALLS ARGENTINA SIDE – WHAT TO EXPECT I can’t believe I left it so long to write about Iguassu Falls Argentina, our last stop in the country! It was such an amazing, indescribable experience that I’ve been finding myself more and ..

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Itinerary

If you’re following my northern Argentina road trip itinerary, you’ll notice that there are two ways to get from Salta to Cafayate. It has so much to offer and now it was time to make a 7-day Birds View Garden Pool - ARGENTINA - In Salta, Kkala Boutique Hotel is the place to stay Salta was the starting point if my ...

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Select Page THE COMPLETE THREE WEEK BUENOS AIRES AND PATAGONIA ITINERARY Table of Contents hide Our Argentina Itinerary Day One to Four – Explore Buenos Aires Where to stay while I tour Buenos Aires? Day Five to Ten – Explore Patagonia’s Lake District – Bariloche, Villa la Angostura, and ..

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Our Argentina Itinerary

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As is evident from this itinerary, the northeast of Argentina is dominated by water. With rivers, waterfalls, wetlands and of course, one of the 7 new natural wonders of the world, even a little rain can’t ruin a trip to this amazing part of Argentina. ...

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There’s not a lot to see in Ramos Mejia, just locals going about their business. But if you’re going to visit, you might as well go to the city of Buenos Aires. ...

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Costs

Argentina is quite cheap especially for food and transport and the recent devaluation of the currency makes it cheap for foreigners to spend money. Value for money is high in Argentina. ...

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Except where noted, all images on the page were shot with an Olympus OMD em5 . This is my primary combination when I travel, as the zoom covers nearly every scenario. A mirrorless camera, it’s a lighter weight and smaller alternative to a DSLR. I, like many photographers, believe it is the camera for travellers, as it ...

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We aim to travel for no more than an average of £30 per day including all accommodation, fuel, groceries and sightseeing. Argentina is reportedly one of the more expensive countries to travel in South America but it doesn’t have to bust your budget. ...

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Spanish is both countries’ official language, and any knowledge of it will make your experience more worthwhile. A lot of people also speak English, but if you want to engage with them, Spanish is the language they feel most comfortable with speaking. ...

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Accommodation

Once a Spanish-style convent, the Nuss Boutique Hotel is located across from the trendy Plaza Serrano, a perfect place to call home during your stay in Buenos Aires. A roof top garden boasts an outdoor A superb luxury boutique accommodation in the heart of the infamous Palermo Viejo district, Hotel Legado Mitico ...

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Most visitors we met were on day trips on buses although there are quite a few hostels and posadas in the town of San Ignacio. Check out availability on booking.com here ...

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, and it’s a beauty. The Sheraton Iguazú Resort & Spa is far from cheap, though – expect to spend $300 or more per night. Many rooms offer a balcony view of the falls, and the train is a short walk away. There’s also a pool and spa with massage services. The resort is a great option for a special occasion, your final ...

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There’s accommodation to suit all budgets in Buenos Aires. We stayed with our friends in the Palermo area, just a ten-minute walk from Recoleta. It’s a good base from where to explore the sights of the city. ...

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Where to stay in Ushuaia?

Where to stay in Chubut?

Where To Stay In El Calafate?

Where to stay in Argentina’s Lake District?

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