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From the ancestral North to the end of the world. At such a huge geography with so much to discover, these are some of the experiences that no traveler should leave out of its itinerary.
Traditional Buenos Aires: May Square, San Telmo, La Boca and Recoleta.
In the south, the mystical origins. In the center, the populated everyday life. In the north, the fancy style. Meeting points of a historic city.
Buenos Aires Cafes
Historic, traditional, modern and design cafes. Different styles of havens to enjoy the pleasure of a good company.
Tango: history and passion
Let yourself be carried away by the rhythm of the bandoneon, by the dance floor embrace, by the nostalgic poetry… and learn the most intimate secrets of the city.
Or… how is life in Buenos Aires with the passion of the fans!
La Trochita, a railway trip to the Patagonian Steppe
A legendary train to know the rural Patagonian landscapes.
Valdes Peninsula, nature’s sanctuary
Visit the thousand and one roads of this World Heritage and prepare yourself of the most naturally majestic surprises.
Encounter with the southern seas whales
At the Patagonian Atlantic Coast, a unique and unforgettable experience.
Punta Tombo, the great Penguin Lodge in Patagonia
In spring, visit the nice Magellanic Penguins.
Following Darwin’s steps in the Beagle
Sailing through the World’s End islands. Sea lions, imperial cormorants and Magellanic penguins accompanying your adventure.
Destination: the Antarctica
Adventures in the white continent, the last great frontier.
Río Grande, Fishing’s last frontier
Pristine waters full of brown trouts capable of fighting authentic battles. A challenge even for the most experienced fishermen.
The imposing Talampaya National Park
A desert with huge red walls that get lost at the horizon. Rocks being molded by nature for million years. The land inhabited by the oldest dinosaurs.
La Rioja through Route 40
A road that crosses historic towns and multi-color lands: Talampaya National Park and Laguna Brava; olive groves, vineyards and walnuts.
Ischigualasto, the mysterious Moon Valley
In San Juan, a place where nature has been working for something more than 220 million years. A landscape from another planet that became Mankind’s Heritage.
Mercedario Mount and the “six-thousands” in San Juan.
A classic of Andinism in Argentina. An adventure aiming to get higher than condors.
The Fauna of the Iberá brilliant waters
At Argentina’s Littoral, an intense experience on silver water mirrors to observe the animals of a unique region.
Looking for the Dorado (golden-fish) in Paraná
What gold meant to ancient explorers, this fish means to fishermen. And at Argentina’s Littoral, this legendary river offers it with all its generosity.
Exploring Salta City: from the Incas to the Colony
A route to discover, with attentive eyes and ears, the historical richness of one of the most intense cities in the Argentine North.
Tren a las Nubes (Train to the Clouds): on rails but very close to the sky
An amazing altitude trip crossing cardon fields, alder forests and shepherd villages. Landscapes impossible to describe with words.
Returning to Salta’s Calchaquí Valleys
A road that goes up and down on mountain sides, that crosses rivers, endless straight lines and intriguing cornices and that discovers charming little villages.
Exploring Tucuman’s Yungas
Adventure at a green and exuberant land, of crystalline waters and endless pathways under a sky over-flown by more than 200 bird species.
At the highest part of Route 40
From the Calchaquí Valleys to the Puna, crossing the mythical route that connects the whole country.
Hands on the Stone
At the Patagonian stone walls, cave art expressions that can be traced back to 13,000 and 9,500 years before Christ. Art that is Mankind’s Heritage.
Perito Moreno Glacier: the ice thunder
With closed eyes, it is possible to hear the glacier’s harsh voice. In occasions, it is just a whisper; others, it calls from the deepness. Unpredictable.
Sailing among glaciers
A trip to fill the soul with the imposing and breathtaking beauty of a frozen landscape, where the purest white of the ice shines on the dark blue of the lakes.
Trekking on the glacier
An unforgettable experience in the heart of a frozen world. To know –and admire- the artistic force with which nature creates fantastic landscapes.
At the birthplace of Route #40
t the southern extreme of the country, the origin of a mythic route that crosses the Argentine geography parallel to the Andean Range, up to its Northern extreme, in the border with Bolivia.
Termas de Río Hondo, Latin America’s Thermal Spa
In the Argentine North, waters that spring up from the soil loins offer a healing, relax and leisure experience.
Neuquén, Patagonian wines at the Dinosaurs Route
Formed by an oasis in the middle of the desert, and sheltered by poplar curtains, this Wine Route is synonym of pleasure and adventure.
Termas de Copahue, relax in Patagonia
In a world dominated by hurry, where stress marks everyday’s life, a place to enjoy peace, both in the body and the spirit.
Córdoba: roads of history, faith and knowledge
A city where past and present coexist in perfect harmony; framed by the beauty of the mountain landscape and crossed by crystalline water courses.
Córdoba, land of festivals
During January, the moon witnesses authentic popular festivals in Córdoba, genuine manifestations of the art that vibrates in the center of the country.
Following the Jesuits footprints
In Córdoba, all roads lead to the mountains and so did the Jesuits. They left pathways full of history, culture and faith.
Aconcagua and Tupungato, two “Seismiles”
The Stone Sentinel and the Stars View Point, two of the most emblematic peaks in the world: two mythical challenges for climbers.
Snow at the Andean Range feet
Among mountains and vineyards, winter in Mendoza dresses in white to welcome snow lovers at Penitentes and Las Leñas; and also, at Los Puquios and Vallecito.
Mendoza, Malbec’s Worldwide Capital
Espaliers and grape arbors tell their story: how they were born in the time of the Jesuits, transformed the landscape with the arrival of immigrants and determined the identity of the whole region.
Iguazú Waterfalls, Wonder of Nature
Iguazú National Park jungle roads lead to a unique site in the world: where birds sing to the beauty of the landscape and nature vibrates with the thunder of the water
Postcards of the Patagonian lakes region
Colors, shapes and details that vary with the sunlight and with each season. Ideal natural scenarios for photograph fans.
The Charm of Patagonian Lakes
Water mirrors fed by melting waters coming from the mountains. Sources of ancestral stories and myths that attract investigators, dreamers and poets.
Patagonia, the Snow Kingdom
Neuquén, Río Negro and Chubut present a White Route to enjoy winter in a 100%.
Patagonia from South to North, following Route N° 40
At the Andean Patagonia, following Route 40, days start and end at different destinations at an adventure on wheels.
Andean Footprint: incredible pathways in Patagonia
For as long as 359 miles, a landscape that has it all: native woods, transparent water mirrors and majestic birds.
From the colors of the Ravine to the whites of the Puna: The Great Salt Fields
In Jujuy, heading towards the border, a landscape in the altitude where life becomes extreme beauty.
Humahuaca, heroic land of our Independence
The extreme of the desert. “Historical capital city” of the Ravine, established by the Spaniards in times of the Conquer. Colonial postcard of a millenary land.
Tilcara, Andean cultural shelter
An ancient millenary land of originary inhabitants; Archaeology and Museum Capital of the province of Jujuy, shelter of artists, musicians and poets.
Purmamarca, land of colors
At the heart of the Humahuaca Ravine, a little town with red color soil streets and mud houses that merge with a landscape of imposing multicolor hills.
Festivals and celebrations at the Humahuaca Ravine
Meetings ruled by syncretism and uniqueness. Terms that define the attractive religious culture of the towns of the ravine.
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