A sizzling mélange of European and Latin American influences, Buenos Aires is a seriously good-looking city, with sumptuous French and Italian-style architecture, photogenic plazas and parks at every turn. But it’s so much more than just a pretty face. Besides its handsome architecture and fetching public spaces, the Argentinian capital can boast of a rich and complex culture, colorful urban art, a steamy tango scene and some of the finest parrillas (steakhouses) not just in the country, but on the whole continent.
Beyond the capital, Argentina promises natural wonders of the jaw-dropping variety, from the thundering Iguazu Falls to the steadily advancing Glaciar Perito Moreno to the cloud-cloaked peaks of Patagonia. Outside the city boundaries, activities can range from the intrepid (think ice hiking in El Chaltén) to the indulgent (think Malbec-tasting in Mendoza with views of the Andes).
Year round, but October through May are the least coldest months of the year.
Patagonia is best visited from October through March.
Whale watching in Peninsula Valdes or Puerto Madryn: From June to December.
8 days to 3 weeks
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