Travel Tales of Argentina
A trip to Argentina is likely to be pricey. Its economy sways like a pendulum and you never know the costs until you step into the country.
So do you drop your travelling plans?
No, instead of crossing Argentina off the list make a game plan to combat the rising prices and walk out without a dent in the bank, you just have to follow our Argentina Travel tips.
How do you accomplish this feat?
You do it by packing all you can in this 7 day visit.
Day 1&2: Buenos Aires / Witness the soul of Argentina through the capital’s charmingly chaotic city life in the plazas, parks, art galleries and tango stomping music scene.
Day 3: Iguazu Falls / Sharing dual custody with Brazil, Argentina houses the awe-inspiring Igvazu Falls. Its crowd pleasing attraction the Devil’s Throat takes an 80 m drop and has 14 waterfalls spewing out its turbulent contents.
Day 4-5: Salta / The city has an old spirit that thrives on the museums, galleries and colonial architecture. A day or two on the cobble-stoned paths of Salta will take you back in time.
Day 6-7: Patagonia / The mighty mountains of Patagonia stretch out in the south of Argentina. The magnificent Perito Moreno Glacier, in the village of El Calafate, will put Elsa’s frozen sculptures to shame!
Argentina Travel Tips to keep the budget in check:
On travelling: Try to hitchhike, if you can! You can even rent a bike to drive your way around the country for feasibility! It’d be cheaper than renting a car.
On food: Ditch fine dining and hit the streets, chomp away the cultural delicacies and exotic flavors sold in food stalls to get the real taste of Argentina.
On activities: Camp and trek around the vast valleys and high peaks of Argentina. Put your nature foot forward, as feasting on nature is soul satisfying and free!
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