we are two males mid- late 30's arriving in Buenos Aires 13th (Thursday) September .
We have 17 days in total to see and experience as much as possible. Want a good mix of site seeing, nature, partying!!!
My rough itinerary looks as follows;
---i would greatly appreciate any suggestions /alterations/ input---for example would it be wise to move the El Calafate/El Chalten/TDP section to the last week in the hope that we would get better weather in late September ?? (or is a weeks difference…
I read in my research that it is better to travel the route from Salta to Cafayate
than from Cachi to Cafayate for safety reason. However, isn't it inconvenient to go back
to Salta when you are already in Cachi ?
We are planning on spending about a week in the region north of Salta. We'll be coming from Cordoba and there are flights to Salta or Jujuy. The current vague plan is to hire a car and spend about 4 days driving around Jujuy province, and then spend a few days in Salta. It looks like it would make more sense to fly to Jujuy, hire a car there, and then take the bus down to Salta afterwards. However, Salta has a lot more options for car hire. Are there any other advantages/disadvantages as to…
i am thinking about traveling for one Month in October/November in Argentinian.
To do a plan i Need to find out how Long the travel by Public Transport will take, is there a Homepage with public Transport Information about Argentinian?
Basically the idea is to fly to Buenos-Aires and after a couple of day fly to Ushuaia and then travel back with public transport ....
thanks for some inputs, have a nice day
Is there any city I can visit easily from Buenos Aires that:
#1. Is hot right now since it's winter in Argentina.
#2. Has little to no tourists and hopefully is easy and cheap to reach from Buenos Aires as soon as I arrive after Chile. Should be within one week.
I plan to take a bus somewhere warm as soon as I get off the plane. I much preferred the rural life in rural Peru (Canta) as opposed to the city in Lima and I'm sure Buenos Aires will be the exact same thing. Ideas? Thank you. Ideas?
Hey all (cross posting in the Chile forum as well)
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We are also trying to plan a trip which is not that rushed. I am thinking of staying a minimum of 5 - 7 nights in…
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I am sure that I could spend the whole time in Buenos Aires, but let's say that I didn't...
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