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Deep Patagonia in 18 days
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Argentina
18 days (October 01 – 18 and 25 more dates)
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Argentina Travel Guide: Unforgettable Holidays and Adventures

The enormous size of Argentina makes it a country of contrasts. It's the eighth biggest state in the world. It's 3 800 km long and full of unimaginable diversity, from narrow mountain ranges and tropical forests to kilometers of sandy beaches, blue lakes and spectacular waterfalls.

There's a lot of diversity in the national symbols and traditions of the country. Tango was born here. Guests can show off their dancing skills or take a lesson right on the street. Argentina's cities become huge dance floors during the festivals.

Argentina is the world's biggest wine producer. The country is famous for its grape drinks, so don't leave without trying one. Some of the wineries are interesting not only because of their products, but also because of their architecture. No one will be bored in the state of good-natured people who can't imagine life without dancing, with unique historical and natural sights.

What to Do in Argentina

Every year, thousands of tourists come to Argentina to explore the natural attractions. There's everything you need to have fun in this huge country. You need to diversify your vacation by:

A journey in Argentina wouldn't be complete without tango. In December, the streets turn into a big dance floor during an international festival. The action isn't just for spectators, tourists can get involved too.

Best Places to Visit in Argentina

Make sure you visit Buenos Aires when you're in Argentina. La Boca, the historic center of the city, has ancient buildings, churches, and squares. Markets and stores are concentrated in Plaza Dorrego, which is perfect for shopaholics. You can spend hours walking along La Costanera's promenade admiring colonial buildings, mansions, and forks.

One of the most important religious buildings in the country is in Salta. Pilgrims come here every year to attend services at the Cathedral of San Francisco. One of the most unusual monuments is the Monument to Christ the Wonderworker. The Argentines believe they can cure anything.

It's better to go to Mar del Plata for a beach holiday. There are miles of white sand and a mild climate here. Aquariums and dolphinariums are a must-see for resort town guests. Almost 6 million people visit this place every year, making it a great place for a family vacation.

Tips

Argentina isn't the safest place in the world. As a result, it's not a good idea to walk alone outside the tourist center. Don't get in a car without official cab signs. Otherwise, guests on small group tours should follow these rules:

Smoking is illegal in public places because of the anti-tobacco law. It applies to restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Tobacco smoke can only be inhaled in a special room.

FAQ About Vacations in Argentina

Can I bring anything in or take anything out?

Be sure your luggage doesn't contain meat, dairy, plants, new appliances, or pornographic materials when entering or leaving the country. There are fines and penalties for violators that can ruin your vacation.

Is Argentina's water safe to drink?

Don't quench your thirst with tap water to avoid unpleasant surprises. Bottled water from the store is safe to drink. Even Argentines prefer factory bottles, after carefully inspecting them for damage.

Foods and drinks to try?

Argentina's meat dishes are a must-try. There's nothing better than beef steak with a glass of wine.

What's the best place to exchange money?

Exchange dollars or euros for the local currency at reputable banks or exchangers. When you're in a big city, it's easier to use a credit card. It's better to have cash in advance if you're going to the provinces, since most street changers are crooks.

When's the best time to travel?

It's important to pick the right season for a vacation. There are many climatic zones in the country, so it depends on where you're going. It has a tropical climate in the north, a subtropical climate in the middle, and a temperate climate in the south. In Argentina, summer has changed to winter, so in June the temperature drops to zero, and in January it rises to +30°C.

What are the safest beaches to swim at?

Choose a safe place before taking a dip in the ocean waters. Special areas are set aside for this, with warning signs and lifeguards. It's dangerous for tourists near wild beaches with strong currents.

How safe is it to travel there?

Despite Argentina's popularity as a tourist destination, crime is rampant. Make sure you follow safety rules and don't flaunt valuables. Most of the time, the law and order people take the side of the locals. Because of this, even pickpockets caught in the act often go unpunished.

What's up with public transportation?

Because of the country's impressive size, it is difficult and expensive to move around. It is convenient to use air transportation. This method, however, is not the most cost-effective. There's a good bus network in the country. There's a route to almost every city. Argentina has a problem with railroads, so it's better to avoid them.

Is a visa required?

Most tourists from all over the world don't need a visa. Bring a passport good for six months and a return ticket when crossing the border.

What souvenirs should you bring home?

The most popular souvenirs from Argentina are aluminum, silver, and gold-plated mate sets. You can't go wrong with an Argentine poncho, sweater, socks, or wool blanket made of alpaca. There's a lot of jewelry and souvenirs made of precious stones called «roses of the Incas».