What to do in June and July in Argentina: 4 must-see destinations

Are you planning to visit Argentina? In this article we tell you what to do in June and what to visit in July in Argentina.

Argentina, known for its geographical and cultural diversity, offers a wide variety of tourist destinations ideal to enjoy during the months of June and July. As winter settles in on the Southern Hemisphere, the country presents a number of unique experiences, from snowy landscapes to traditional celebrations. Here are four must-see destinations to explore this winter season.


Bariloche: Snow in Argentinian Patagonia

San Carlos de Bariloche, commonly known as Bariloche, is one of Argentina's most popular tourist destinations, especially during the winter. Located in the province of Río Negro, in the heart of the Patagonia region, Bariloche becomes a winter wonderland in June and July.

Known for its majestic landscapes of snow-capped mountains and crystal clear lakes, Bariloche is the perfect place for ski and snowboard lovers, with the famous Cerro Catedral as the epicenter of these activities. In addition, the city offers delicious gastronomy, with artisanal chocolates and fondues, and a vibrant nightlife that completes the experience.


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Ushuaia: Skiing and the southernmost city in the world

Ushuaia, located in Tierra del Fuego, is the southernmost city in the world and also a fascinating destination during the winter months. Known as "The End of the World," Ushuaia offers breathtaking landscapes and unique winter activities.

Tierra del Fuego National Park, with its snow-covered trails, is ideal for hiking in the middle of nature. In addition, Cerro Castor, the southernmost ski resort on the planet, attracts skiers and snowboarders from all over the world. Don't miss the opportunity to sail through the Beagle Channel, an extraordinary experience between mountains and glaciers.


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Mendoza: Wine and snow-capped mountains

Mendoza, famous for its vineyards and wine production, turns into a magical destination in winter. Located at the foot of the Andes Mountains, this region offers a perfect combination of outdoor activities and wine tourism.

During June and July, visitors can enjoy the ski season in Las Leñas, a ski resort recognized internationally. In addition, Mendoza's wineries open their doors for tastings and tours, allowing tourists to enjoy the best Argentine wines while gazing at the snow-covered vineyards.


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Salta: Tradition and natural beauty in the north

Salta, in northern Argentina, is a destination that combines a rich cultural heritage with amazing natural landscapes. Visiting Salta in June and July is especially charming.

The city of Salta, known as "La Linda," offers well-preserved colonial architecture and a vibrant cultural scene. This time of year is the best to explore the Calchaqui Valleys, with their colorful mountains and picturesque villages. Moreover, in June, Salta celebrates the National Poncho Festival, a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and enjoy traditional music, dances, and crafts.



Similarly, other winter destinations to enjoy the snow are also worth mentioning, such as San Martín de los Andes, Villa La Angostura, and Caviahue in Neuquén; El Bolsón in Rio Negro and Esquel in Chubut. In all those five towns you can find ski resorts and activities for all ages.


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These destinations offer a taste of the diversity and richness that Argentina has to offer in winter. Whether you're looking for snow adventures, cultural experiences, or just relaxing in spectacular surroundings, Argentina has something for everyone. Get ready for a wonderful experience this coming June and July!