Places in Argentina
A bustling city of wide, leafy avenues, atmospheric plazas and cosmopolitan cafes, Mendoza is a trap. Even if you’ve (foolishly) only given it a day or two on your itinerary, you’re bound to end up hanging around, captivated by the laid-back pace while surrounded by every possible comfort.
Iguazú Falls & the Northeast
Northeast Argentina is defined by water. Muscular rivers roll through flatlands that they flood at will, while fragile wetlands support myriad birdlife, snapping caimans and cuddly capybaras. The peaceful Río Iguazú, meandering through jungle between Brazil and Argentina, dissolves in fury and power in the planet’s most awe-inspiring waterfalls.
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Tips and articles
Buenos Aires by bike
Almost completely flat with a network of bike lanes now covering more than 130km, cycling is often the quickest and always the most pleasurable way to get around in Buenos Aires...
Secret suppers: Buenos Aires' closed-door restaurants
Started by enterprising chefs who began opening up their homes to cash in on the tourism boom during the post-2001 economic crisis, puertas cerradas (closed-door restaurants) are somewhere between a private dinner par...
Cerveza artesanal: a hop head's guide to craft beer in Argentina
Think of Argentina and, along with tango, beef and Boca Junior football club, a glass of Malbec might well come to mind...
Top walks around El Chaltén
Trekking in Patagonia is a highlight for many travelers to South America, and it’s never been easier than from Argentina’s 'trekking capital', the village-cum-fledgling-city of El Chaltén...