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I visited Rosario last week. The city is beautiful, the people are nice, and the food is excellent.
If you visit Argentina you cannot miss Esquel. The city doesn’t have a lot, but the area is fantastic. If I could, I would go back every summer.
Buenos Aires is amazing! We spent a week there and were completely entertained. Don't miss Recoleta. The food and shopping are fantastic -- and cheap. Do not waste a day going to Tigre -- it's boring.
I've been in Puerto Madryn twice in my life, and the second time was the best.
Tafi del Valle is located in the west of Tucumán Province in Argentina. This valley is surrounded by the stunning view of the Aconquija Hills and the Calchaquíes Mountains. The distance to the capital of the Province, San Miguel de Tucumán, is just over a hundred kilometers. It is a small community with just over three …
Villa Gesell is a coastal town in Buenos Aires Province (Argentina), just under four hundred kilometers from the capital of the country. The town of thirty thousand inhabitants is mainly dedicated to the touristic activity. Beaches, the main attraction of the village, are visited by thousands of tourists every summer. …
Welcome to the Mendoza hostels guide. Mendoza is a cosmopolitan city in the middle of Argentina, with broad avenues and spacious leafy plazas that make it a pleasure to explore. It offers every possible convenience a traveller could desire, while managing to retain a relaxed and unhurried pace. You just might find …
La Quiaca is located in the northeast of Argentina, in the Province of Jujuy. It is the crossing point to Bolivia and almost three hundred kilometers separate the city from San Salvador de Jujuy, the capital of the province. With a population of more than thirteen thousand inhabitants, La Quiaca is an important …
In the center-east of Argentina is located the city of Paraná, the capital of the Province of Entre Ríos. Its name derives from the Paraná River. The population of Paraná is of approximately a quarter of a million inhabitants and just under five hundred kilometers separates Paraná from Buenos Aires. Its location at …
Puerto Madryn was founded by 150 Welsh immigrants in 1865, and is the largest community in Welsh Patagonia. Although today much of its Welsh character has been lost, its museums offer a glimpse into this past and its location provides easy access to the communities of the lower Chubut valley, many of which cling …
San Juan is a quiet city in Argentina and is the capital of the San Juan administrative region. It has been completely rebuilt after a recent massive earthquake. It is not as famous or as visited by backpackers as its neighbor: Mendoza, however, it's worth seeing for its new cathedral with its interesting architecture …
El Calafate is a laidback small town in the far south of Argentina’s Patagonia region. It’s growing by leaps and bounds, but still retains an unhurried and relaxed pace. The main street is tourist-y, yes, but it still has appeal. And El Calafate has two big draws that mean you’ll probably pass through here at some …
El Bolsón is a city of Patagonia Argentina, in the southwest region of the Province of Río Negro. About twenty thousand inhabitants populate this beautiful valley, which is surrounded by forests, lakes, rivers, and the stunning presence of the Andes. In the nineties, El Bolsón was declared an “Ecological Community” …
Caviahue is a community in the province of Neuquén, in the Argentinean Patagonia. It is located about one thousand five hundred kilometers from Buenos Aires, the Argentinean capital. The best way to get to Caviahue is by plane to the city of Neuquén. Then, the community can be reached by car or bus. The town is …
La Plata is the capital of Buenos Aires Province and it is conveniently located just over fifty kilometers from Buenos Aires city. Therefore, tourists visiting La Plata are also close to all the services the capital of Argentina can offer to its visitors. The climate in La Plata is temperate and the proximity of the …
The Argentinean Province of San Salvador de Jujuy is located in the northeast of the country. San Salvador, the capital of the province, is located in the south of the province. The city has an international airport with connections to and from Buenos Aires, Bolivia, and Chile. The city can also be reached by bus or …
Córdoba is a vibrant and fascinating city in northern Argentina. With one of the country’s largest student populations, it pulses with a youthful energy on the streets and in a variety of cafes, restaurants, bars, and clubs that keep the party going to the wee hours of the morning. Córdoba is staunchly rooted in …
Famous for its particular microclimate, Villa de Merlo is visited every year by those who want to be enchanted by the peaceful inspiration that the village offers. The climate of Merlo is characterized by its average annual temperature of twenty degrees Celsius, in a dry atmosphere. Comechingones Hills (which surround …
Step aside, New York ... THIS is the city that never sleeps! Buenos Aires fairly crackles with electricity as it hums with activity both day and night. It offers an endless array of diversions, and its varied and fascinating neighborhoods mean you’ll never run out of places to wander. This city of 13 million people …
Malargüe is located in the province of Mendoza, Argentina. The name Malargüe means “stone pen” -- in reference to the ancient natives who used to graze their cows in this mountain region. The distance from Malargüe to Buenos Aires is just under one thousand two hundred kilometers. During the winter season, there are …