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A country with pride in its culture and heritage, Argentina is a place that everyone has to experience at some point.
The gourmet food, busy streets, picturesque buildings, welcoming locals, and spectacular pockets of nature make the South American destination a versatile stop.
The quickest way to get around to all the major spots in Argentina is by domestic air travel. The flight network is vast, and Buenos Aires serves as the hub of the country.
If you are looking for a more affordable mode of transport, the bus system is quite popular to get around Argentina. Keep in mind that this will take far longer, but the upside is that you will get to see much of the country on these journeys.
Within the cities, you can use the bus if you need to travel longer distances, but we think that the best way to see the cities is by getting around on foot.
Taxis are widely available but will be a pricier option.
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The currency of Argentina is the Argentine Peso.
The national language of Argentina is Spanish.
Summer temperatures in Argentina are moderately warm, and this is also when the wet season will fall. Most of the annual rainfall occurs during summer.
The winters get quite cold, and in some parts, there is even frost and snow.
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Argentina is most popular for tourists during the summer months, as this is when the weather is best and you can enjoy almost all the sights and activities.
If you want to beat the crowds and still have good weather, we suggest visiting Argentina during the shoulder seasons, autumn or spring.
Buenos Aires: The capital city of Buenos Aires is the epicenter of Argentina, with a diverse set of people and cultures in one place. Spend a few days here to enjoy the best of local Argentinian cuisine, enjoy the art and music, and take in the architecture and history of the place. Our must-see sights include the Teatro Colón, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, and Plaza de Mayo.
Cordoba: For a step into Argentinian history, Cordoba is a beautiful city with remnants of the past and vibrant culture. Cordoba’s architecture is reminiscent of Spanish colonial influence, and the buildings, cathedrals, and churches are exquisite. You cannot miss Iglesia del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, Plaza de San Martin, and Evita Fine Arts Museum.
Mendoza: If you are a wine connoisseur or just enjoy a good glass, then we know you’ll love being in the biggest area of wine production in South America. This is the perfect place to unwind, stroll through scenic vineyards, sample the local wines, and enjoy gourmet food pairings. Aconcagua, the highest mountain in South America, is also nearby.
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