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Lying comfortably in the southern half of the continent of South America, Argentina is the second-largest country in the continent after Brazil. Its clement climate makes it an amazing destination to pay a visit to, enjoy, and gallivant across all around the year, which is why globetrotters from every nook of the world hop on the flights to Argentina year-long. As the country is situated in the Southern Hemisphere, it enjoys four distinctive seasons and each of them has its own appeal and showcases typical hues. Summer in Argentina is the p erfect time to make your way to its paradisiacal beaches on the Atlantic Ocean, freshwater lakes and majestic mountains in Patagonia, and striking vineyards and glaciers.
Winter, however, is the ideal time to head to the North which boasts stunning and vibrant landscapes and offers exciting opportunities for tourists to indulge in mountain and snow sports in the Andes region. Autumn and spring seasons tempt travellers to check out the capital city of Buenos Aires, which is home to Linden, jacaranda, and several other flowering trees, or to hit must-visit destinations, such as the Esteros del Iberá, Iguazú Falls, or the magnificent mountains in the central region of Argentina.
Best Places to Visit in Argentina
Settled in the Salta province, Cafayate is a popular town in Argentina that attracts a swarm of tourists and locals alike, thanks to its high-altitude location and clear sunny skies. Lying in the core of the Calchaquí Valleys that is revered for its reddish rock formations, this town never fails to catch the fancy of travellers. As it is dotted with plenty of vineyards, it is a heaven for wine lovers. Tourists take delight in sauntering through its streets, sitting under the shade of the giant trees in the square, exploring the art and craft market, savouring the mouth-watering grub of the North of Argentina, and paying a visit to the Museum of Grapevine and Wine.
The cosmopolitan and multifaceted capital city of Buenos Aires has everything to please travellers. From making their way to Plaza de Mayo to taking an amble along the Avenida de Mayo and discovering the San Telmo neighbourhood, its colonial-style houses, cobble-stoned streets, antique stores and chic cafés - there are abundant pursuits tourists have at their disposal in the city. Moreover, Caminito Street and La Boca neighbourhood are always there to take visitors by surprise, with their soccer, tango, and decorative art, combined with vibrant tin-walled houses and street artists. While the barrio of Recoleta is teeming with international brand stores and art galleries, the youngest neighbourhood in the city, Puerto Madero, is the hub of gastronomic delights and indelible river vistas.
If you’re up for an experience in Argentina that set your pulse racing, then think no more and bestride a rubber boat and go sailing all the way down along the Mendoza River. You’d be left awestruck by the sheer power of this meltwater river, open and wide, beginning from the Andes Mountains and flowing towards a place with unmatched beauty – dique de Potrerillos. Not to worry if you’re a sucker for a laid-back adventure rather than an experience that leaves your adrenaline rushing at its peak. Several options are on offer for you to choose from as per your level of difficulty. While summers have the river flowing at the highest level, winter allows you to raft in a lower flow and catch the rocks below visible in the crystal-clear waters.