Top Choice Carnival in Quebrada de Humahuaca


Argentina's most intriguing Carnaval celebrations take place along the length of the Quebrada de Humahuaca in February and March. Indigenous traditions have melded with the customs of the Spanish conquerors to creat…
Top Choice Cultural in San Antonio de Areco

Fiesta de la Tradición

Areco is the symbolic center of Argentina’s vestigial gaucho culture, and for the Fiesta de la Tradición the town puts on the country’s biggest celebration of criollo traditions. The weekend event is held in early t…
Top Choice Food & Drink in Bariloche

Bariloche a La Carta

Held in the first half of October, this week-long food fest celebrates the best of Bariloche's culinary offerings. Dozens of restaurants offer special menus and the city's microbreweries and food stalls set up shop …
Top Choice Beer in El Bolsón

El Lúpulo al Palo

Award-winning local beer gets headlines during the National Hops Festival over four days in mid-February.
Top Choice Carnival in La Rioja

La Chaya

The local variant of Carnaval. Its name, derived from a Quechua word meaning ‘to get someone wet,’ should give you an idea of what to expect. In other words, welcome to the biggest and most joyous water fight in Sou…
Top Choice Carnival in Corrientes

Carnaval Correntino

Corrientes’ traditionally riotous Carnaval competes with Gualeguaychú’s as the country’s showiest. Celebrated over four consecutive weekends starting nine weeks before Easter, parades along the costanera attract par…
Carnaval in Gualeguaychú

Carnaval de Gualeguaychú

Argentina's most atmospheric carnival converts the small town of Gualeguaychú into a one big party with over 1000 performers donning 70,000 colorful feathers. Make a stop here any weekend from mid-January to late Fe…
Sculpture in Resistencia

Bienal de Escultura

During the third week of July in even years, this brings 10 renowned Argentine and international sculptors to Resistencia. Arranging themselves around the fountain at MusEUM, they have seven days to complete a sculp…
Religious in Cafayate

Dia de la Cruz

A mass of devotees (what seems like the entire city – the young and old among them) makes a pilgrimage 1000m up San Isidro mountain – aka Cerro de la Cruz – to the white cross erected above town decades ago. It's qu…
Dance in The Center

Tango BA Festival y Mundial

Masterful tango performances, movies, classes, workshops, conferences and competitions in venues all over Buenos Aires. The final of the mundial (tango world cup) is held at Luna Park.