In this 10-day family travel itinerary to Argentine Patagonia and Buenos Aires you will learn about conventillos (where the first immigrants to Buenos Aires lived), then fly to El Calafate to explore the land of glaciers, and visit the famous Perito Moreno Glacier. Enjoy with your kids these icy giants and visit Bariloche, the capital of the Lake District. Zip line with your kids in fairy-tale woods, and enjoy the best chocolate in Argentina. 

 

 

Time to discover the best of Argentina and South America during this action-packed, 24-day travel adventure through wild Patagonia, modern Buenos Aires, and exotic Iguazú Falls. This is our most adventurous tour for those who want to make the most of their Argentina experience.

Enjoy a 12-day travel itinerary to Argentina starting in Buenos Aires, walk the cobblestone streets, discover the most famous pizza parlors on Corrientes Ave., and browse the high-fashion boutiques of the bohemian Palermo district. Then fly to different regions and finish your trip in Patagonia, the secluded land of adventure travel. Visit the picture-perfect town of Bariloche. Sail across Lake Nahuel Huapi and explore the most beautiful beaches and waterfalls.

 

 

In this 9-day trip to Argentina, you’ll visit El Calafate, world-famous for being the gateway to the Argentine glaciers, Bariloche, better known as the “Lake District”, where the best chocolates of Argentina is made, and Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, where culture, dance, and history merge within its cobblestone streets.

 

Enjoy a 6-day self-drive travel experience and explore the incredible national parks of Argentina lake district. Drive through Nahuel Huapi National Park from Bariloche to Villa La Angostura and continue to San Martín de Los Andes, the gateway to Lanin National Park and meet the imposing Lanin Volcano. This is not just a self-drive trip, we’ll share with you our insider tips to discover Patagonia and you’ll receive 24/7 assistance from our local experts!

In this 4-day tour you will visit Bariloche, the ideal home-base for exploring the nearby lakes, hiking trails and rich culture of Patagonia. Hike and sail to the most beautiful destinations and learn all about the history of the first inhabitants of the region and some interesting facts about these particular landscapes.

 

In this 18-day journey through Chilean and Argentinian Patagonia you’ll travel from Argentina’s glacier lands to the Chilean fjords. Enjoy views of the Andes Mountain Range and huge volcanoes. Finally, return to Argentina and wrap up your Patagonian adventure in Ushuaia, the northern neighbor of Antarctica.

 

In this 4-day tour to Bariloche visit the beautiful heart of Argentina’s Lake District. Discover Bariloche’s mouth-watering chocolate, the immense Llao-Llao Natural Reserve, and the turquoise waters of Lake Mascardi. Enjoy classic adventure activities surrounded by incredible mountains and the Patagonian Andean Forest.

Not all those who wander are lost and not all travels are far from home…We discover a new way to explore Argentina. Dive into our landscapes, culture and music through books, movies, songs and without putting a foot outside.

Argentina Through its Music

Argentinians love music! Known worldwide musicians have been born in these southern lands that keep on giving. Travel from the Northern region of Salta to Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, with this playlist that combines the most traditional artists and some off-the-beaten-path musical gems of the new era.

Argentina Through Movies

Argentinians have a special taste for cinema and movies. Here are some of the classic films that best features Argentina’s people and landscapes, a BBC documentary about the growing tango queer movement, and two video-travel journeys one from our director and the other of a traveler who spends 10 days in Patagonia.

Diarios de Motocicleta (Motorcycle Diaries)

This film about the famous motorcycle journey of Ernesto “Che” Guevara, the famous Argentine Marxist revolutionary, features the most beautiful landscapes and the cruelest social scenarios that still characterizes Latin America. In Puerto Alegre, crossing borders from Argentina to Chile, you can see a copy of the motorcycle used by the Che to cross into Chile.

The German Doctor

Argentina, 1960, a German doctor searching for a place to stay in Patagonia. An Argentine family hosts him and a strange thing begins to happen… Based on true events.

ATTA Adventure Travel Trade Association with Say Hueque

A trip to the unexplored Northern lands of Salta in Argentina told by Rafa Mayer, Say Hueque´s Founder, to meet colonial villages, walk with llamas through the rainbow-colored mountains, till reaching Don Isidro’s house…

10 Days in Argentina and Chile

Take a look at a traveler who wanders Patagonia through Argentina and Chile for 10 days, the perfect amount of days to discover the most legendary region of South America.

LGBT Tango in Buenos Aires by BBC Travel

How the most famous dance of Argentina evolved since 2016 to fight against the idiosyncrasy of male chauvinism in tango culture and encourage a most inclusive practice.

Argentina Through Literature

This is our curated selection of the best Argentine literature (novel, travel stories, comic books) to bring you some of our traditions, landscapes, political history, and humor!

In Patagonia, Bruce Chatwin

Dive into the Bruce Chatwin journeys through Patagonia to discover the legends of the southernmost lands, the native heritage, and amazing landscapes. Anecdotes, history and exhilarating descriptions of the dream adventure expedition, and a literary masterpiece. 

The Tango Singer, Tomás Eloy Martinez

In this novel, Bruno Cadogan travels to Argentina in search of Lucio Martel, the last great tango singer. It’s 2001, the economic breakdown in Argentina, and Bruno, an American student specialized in Borges, will trace Martel performances through the city, and discover the darkest moments of the city that never sleeps…

Che Boludo, A Gringo’s Guide to Understanding the Argentines by James Bracken

¡Che Boludo! is your perfect guide to improve your Spanish, or learn your first steps. A humorous and high informative guide for those longing to immerse in Argentina’s culture by using some of the most common yet bizarre phrases and expressions.

The Winds that Lay Waste, Selva Almada

Selva Almada is one of the most popular Argentine writers, largely published by Random House. The wind that lays waste tells the story of the evangelizing journey of reverend Pearson and his daughter Leni whose car breaks in the Northern roads. They met the mechanic Gringo Brauer and a young boy named Tapioca, and as intimacy grows between the fourth characters, beliefs are questioned and a storm breaks over the plains…

Mafalda, Quino

Mafalda is the famous Argentine comic book known worldwide to be the finest example of how Argentinians manage to criticize Politics and Economics through the intelligent thoughts of a sweet little girl. A humor masterpiece created by Quino, the Argentine talented graphic humorist, and published in Argentine newspapers through 1964 and 1973. Download some of her best stories!

Argentina Podcast

Learn about “mate” the drink that best defines Argentinians, how to kiss properly when greeting, and meet a scientist who is saving the world’s penguins in this podcast.

Argentina Virtual tours

Make a 360° tour in each province of Argentina without jumping off the couch!

Breaking News! Daily Journal about Argentina

Catch up with daily news of Argentina COVID-19, Politics and Economics in this Argentina’s guide in English for locals and foreigners. “Explain Argentina’s reality and news through the eyes of pop culture”, says The Bubble.

Written by Agustina del Vigo

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