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I visited Rosario last week. The city is beautiful, the people are nice, and the food is excellent.
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.
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.
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 …
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” …
Río Cuarto is a city of approximately one hundred seventy thousand inhabitants in the Argentinean province of Córdoba. It is located just over two hundred kilometers from the city of Córdoba, the capital of the province. Its name derives from the river (the Fourth River, or Río Cuarto in Spanish). In addition to the …
Here you will find a complete list of your Salta hostel options, and as you can see, there are many. As the most touristed city in northwestern Argentina, Salta might be expected to be frantic, frenzied, and frenetic. But “La Linda” surprises, and delights &em; it retains the relaxed and tranquil atmosphere of a …
Posadas is a small town situated in the Missiones region in northern Argentina, and is a good rest stop for trips between Iguacu Falls and Buenos Aires, and Iguacu Falls and Salta. The town itself is small, but has many restaurants, a post office, and a few small museums. There is also a walking path that runs along …
Situated at the center of the province of Corrientes in Argentina, Mercedes- Corrientes is a first-class municipality, and the head town of the department of similar name, which includes the towns of Mariano I. Loza and Felipe Yofre. It is located one hundred seventy miles from the provincial capital of Corrientes, and …
Corrientes, which means “currents” in English, is the capital city of Corrientes Province, Argentina, strategically situated at the eastern shore of Paraña Rover, just over six hundred miles away from Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina. As it's the capital city of Corrientes province, it is considered as the …
Esquel is located in the Province of Chubut, in the Argentinean Patagonia. With about thirty-three thousand inhabitants, it is the second-most populated city of the Patagonia. Esquel is embedded in a valley and can be reached by plane from Buenos Aires or other points of Argentina. It is also possible to arrive to the …
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 …
Capilla del Monte is located at the foot of the Uritorco Hill, in the Argentinean province of Cordoba. The distance to Buenos Aires is a little more than seven hundred kilometers. Capilla del Monte is separated from Cordoba City, the capital of the province, by about a hundred kilometers. The Uritorco Hill is the …
Ushuaia is a friendly town at the very tip of the South American continent – you can’t get much further south than this without going to Antarctica. It started life as a penal colony (the former prison is now a museum), but these days it plays host to travelers of all types, from the independent backpackers who just …
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 …
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 …
Cafayate, Argentina, manages to be both a popular tourist destination and a peaceful small town at the same town. It’s Argentina’s second major centre of wine production (after Mendoza) and known for its crisp, fruity white torrentés. There are several hostels in Cafayate to choose from. Just a few hours south of …
San Luis is the capital of the Province of San Luis, in the north-center of Argentina. The population is four hundred thirty thousand inhabitants. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes, the city is an important industrial center of the country. Tourists can reach the community by car, bus, or plane. Flights from Buenos …
San Martín de los Andes is the most important touristic city of Neuquén Province. Located at the southwest of the province, the city is set among the Andes Mountains and the coast of Lácar Lake. San Martín de los Andes can be easily reached by car or bus. There is also a small airport located twenty-two kilometers from …