This upscale resort town is the perfect retreat for winter sports lovers visiting Argentina's Mount Bayo. Nestled lakeside on the shores of Nahuel Huapi, Villa la Angostura is a breathtaking little town and the perfect starting point to explore La Ruta de los Siete Lagos.
Most widely known for its historical battles, laid-back charm and imposing rocky mountains, Tandil has also made a name for itself by producing exquisite salami and a disproportionate number of world-class tennis players, including Juan Martín del Potro.
San Martín de los Andes
Often thought of as Bariloche's little brother, the mellow town of San Martín de los Andes is a year-round destination, with prime skiing conditions in the winter, and great treks and climbs available during the summer months.
Hidden between ancient forests, snow covered mountains and crystalline lakes, Bariloche is a true nature escape. Located in the province of Río Negro, Argentina, this city borders Nahuel Huapi Lake and is famous for its Bavarian architecture and its close proximity to some of the country's most important natural wonders.
Exploring Salta’s city center will give visitors a look at slower-paced Argentinian city life. Enjoy strolling through the cobblestone streets, sampling the traditional local empanadas, and delving into the ancient indigenous cultures which maintain a large influence in the region still today
Located in the province of Santa Fe, on the Paraná riverside, lies one of Argentina's most important cities: Rosario. Traditionally a commercial and business center, Rosario also offers a variety of exciting cultural and recreational activities.
Hidden in the rolling mountains just outside of Córdoba is Proyecto Carayá, Argentina's only primate rehabilitation center and an authentically extraordinary place.
Proyecto Carayá houses a variety of monkey species, including the majestic black howler monkey, which makes it the only rehab center in the world that works with this special species.
Capital of the province bearing the same name, Mendoza is nestled in the foothills of the Andes Mountain Range, giving shape to an incredible oasis with the help of the Mendoza and Tunuyán Rivers, whose irrigation channels give life to everything they touch.
One of the world's most awe-inspiring natural wonders, Iguazú Falls is situated in Iguazú National Park, in Argentina's Misiones province, and decorates the border with Brazil. Flowing from Paraná, Brazil, the Iguazú River twists and turns some 1,200 km while gaining power and speed before tumbling over the 80 meter canyon known as Devil's Throat.
As a gateway to the surrounding natural wonders, El Chalten is the perfect home base. Behind the colossal granite walls that dominate the landscape is the famous Southern Patagonian Ice Field, the most important continental ice mass on our planet after Antarctica.
Marvel at towering mountains, icy blue lagoons, and of course the imposing Glaciar Perito Moreno, a true natural wonder. Adventuring by day, the cozy town of El Calafate is also a wonderful place to relax and experience Patagonian culture as you pass through on your way even further south.
Córdoba is one of Argentina's most important cities and has a vibrant cultural, commercial and university life, making it a top destination year-round. The rolling hills and lush valleys that surround the city also make it a great place to get in touch with nature.
Buenos Aires is its people - a pulsating cosmopolitan city full of passion. Whether it be preparing the perfect cut of Argentina's world renowned steak, spontaneous tango performances in the street, or an afternoon spent sipping coffee and people watching on one of the city's bustling avenues, local "Porteños" put their all into it.