20 photos that will compel you to visit Argentina
December 9th, 2015, Posted by travelwith2ofus
Argentina is such an amazing country with many natural amazing elements like the Andes mountains, glaciers, lakes and waterfalls. A key South American economic giant, Argentina is a massive country with a vibrant culture and colourful history. A country with varied things to see and do. Have a look!
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The capital city of Argentina, Buenos Aires offers great possibilities from chic Palermo boutiques to the old-fashioned tango bars. It is a destination you will rarely forget.
This shopping center is located at the center of Buenos Aires and offers a perfect place to shop while in Argentina.
The southernmost city in the whole world, Ushuaia is also an entryway to Antarctica in case you want an icy excursion.
CalafateSet in the glacial blue Lago in Argentina and chock full with avid trekkers, Calatafe is a modest town that has grown mainly because of tourist influx.
casa rosadaUndoubtedly the most photographed structure in Buenos Aires, Casa Rosada represents the main presence on Plaza de Mayo. It translates to the Pink House and it is the official residence of the Argentine president.
san ignacio missionsThese mission ruins form the most complete of any Argentinean missions and are especially impressive for the amount of carved ornamentation that is still visible.
floralis genericaThis striking city landmark is found in Buenos Aires is a gift by Eduardo Catalano, an Argentine architect, to the city.
peurto maredoLocated in Buenos Aires, Puerto Madero is famous for the fireworks of the New Year.
mausoleo manuel belgranoManuel Belgrano is considered one of the greatest heroes in Argentina's history. He was an economist, politician, lawyer and military leader.
iguazu waterfallsAn excursion to the stunning Iguazu Falls is just about one of the best experiences you can have while visiting Argentina. It boasts more than 250 beautiful waterfalls that connect Argentina and Brazil.
Villa La AngosturaThis is an uptown resort located on northwest side of shore of Lago Nahuel Huapi. It offers accommodation as well as other services for Cerro Bayo, which is just a small popular center for winter-sports.
Teatro ColOnTeatro Colón (Colón Theatre) is described as one of the most amazing Opera houses in the world showcasing opera, ballet and classical music.
monte fitz royLocated in El Chaltén, Monte Fitz Roy is a great place to go for hiking. It is located in the southern Patagonian Ice Field in Patagonia.
Salinas Grandes salt flatsThis is a large salt flat located in central-northern Argentina and which straddles the borders of four provinces. Covering an area of more than 6,000 square kilometers, the site is an attraction to tourists the world over.
museum of fine artsSculpture at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts). The museum displays 12,000 pieces of works including nineteenth-century European art as well as a collection of Argentine art.
ASADOAsado is described as the Argentine technique of grilling meats. It is a social event with the result being a generous serving of grilled meats and wine, and maybe a salad. Some say it is barbecue, some say it is Asado.
GauchoGaucho means cowboy, but it is more than just that. It is a way of life in Argentina that has been there for around 300 years. Experience the Argentinean lifestyle and learn more about their cultures.
BarilocheThe vast number of mountains and lakes surrounding the town of Bariloche make the town one of the most stunning areas in Argentina.
Perito Moreno GlacierThis is one of a few glaciers in the world that's still growing. It is located in Los Glaciares National Park.
AndesThe Andes Mountain is the longest mountain range in the world. From its north in Venezuela, it passes through Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Colombia and Peru.
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