This Sheraton hotel in downtown Buenos Aires overlooks Plaza San Martin and is surrounded by shopping, business, and nightlife districts.
Located in Puerto Madero, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, Casa Rosada, and Plaza de Mayo. Presidente ...
Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Feria de Mataderos, Lago Epecuen, and Pedro Bidegain Stadium. Estadio Velez Sarsfield and ...
Argentina is exciting and diverse. While planning your Argentina travel, you may feel the desire to extend your trip an extra week to take in all the country has to offer. Between exploring Buenos Aires, tasting wine in Mendoza, enjoying the vast beauty of Patagonia, skiing near Bariloche or marveling at Iguazú Falls, you certainly won't run out of things to do during your Argentina vacation.
Buenos Aires is exciting all year round. Travelers should visit the Iguazu Falls during January and February when Brazilians and Argentineans are on holiday. Argentine Andes are best for hiking between October and April.
Visitors to Perito Moreno in February will see the huge chunks of falling ice, and during springtime, as well as during September’s wine festival, Mendoza and Quebrada de Humahuaca are prime attractions to explore.
Patrons can be like “Portenos” while savoring this eatery’s classical French cuisine.
This main Plaza of Buenos Aires is a living landmark of Argentinean struggle, beauty, and history.
Guests at this luxury hotel will enjoy five-star amenities beside the famous Casa Sol, a former governor’s mansion also available for rent.
Visitors can try a Fernet con Coca at the only bar in the world made entirely of glacial ice, a new addition to the science museum known as Glaciarium.
This hidden wine cellar is the only shop still selling original bottles from the Noemia vineyard in Patagonia.
You could easily spend all of your Argentina travel in Buenos Aires. This cosmopolitan city is jumping with excitement and activity all day and night. Take time to explore important cultural sites like Casa Rosada, Teatro Colón, the Recoleta Cultural Center (for concerts and other live performances) or Cementerio de la Recoleta to visit the grave of Eva Peron. Visit the vast Palermo neighborhood and its many districts for trendy shopping and eclectic restaurants. Swing through La Boca barrio to see the brightly painted houses in all sorts of pastel colors and hit San Telmo's Plaza Dorrego for antique markets and casual tango dancing where anyone can participate.
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