Travel Tales of Argentina
Is Argentinean Patagonia your next vacation spot? Cool!
Here are some tips that you should consider before you travel there to make your journey even better.
Don’t be disheartened but Patagonia is expensive. So, it is better to travel during March-May or September-October as these are the low seasons and you can easily find cheaper accommodation.
The place is famous for housing some of the best restaurants like Parrilla Patagonia Piscis or El Patacon which you cannot afford to miss out on. So, besides tasting its delicious wine, do try some scrumptious lamb served at these restaurants too.
The outdoors are incredibly stunning and are ideal for activities like hiking, trekking and boat surfing. Indulge yourself in these activities and spend your time in Argentinean Patagonia in the most fun way possible.
Some hotels and accommodations give discount on US dollars so don’t forget to stash some US dollars in your wallet with you, get them exchanged and avail great discounts!
There are many astounding national parks in Patagonia that you must visit when you travel there<. Visiting these national parks can be a fun adventure especially with friends, family and kids.
Some of the must-visit national parks include Tierra del Fuego national park, Glaciares national park, Los Alerces national park, and Nahuel Huapi national park.
A good free-of-cost place is hard to find. However, you can visit the capital city of Argentina: Buenos Aries, on a weekend, and enjoy the free tango events in San Telmo at 8 pm on Sundays. People who love music and dance should definitely check this place out!
A trip to Patagonia must also include a visit to Chile. Chile is an incredibly beautiful country at a distance of 768 Kilometers from Argentina. So, explore this country as it features some breathtaking landscapes, forests and lakes.
We are sure these tips will help you plan your trip in a much more enjoyable manner. So, DO consider them!
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