Tag: Argentina

South America Travel Quiz: Which Country Should You Visit?

Culinary delights, centuries old cities, ancient ruins and a rich cultures flourish in Latin America. Choosing just one hot-spot is hard work! Don’t stress. Take our handy quiz to see all the possibilities that await you.

An Aerolineas Argentinas plane with guests disembarking on a staircase.

Domestic Flights in Argentina: Complete Guide

Are you planning to explore South America? Find out everything you need to know with this guide to domestic flights in Argentina!

Tiers of massive waterfalls known as Iguazu Falls on the border of Argentina and Brazil.

Iguazu Falls Visual Tour

There are countless angles of the majestic Iguazu Falls. Browse our gallery and you decide which face is better!

People in red, black, and green attire drumming on black and white drums in a Carnaval parade.

Celebrating Afro-Argentine Heritage at Carnaval

Argentina is rich with African cultural heritage, and this is celebrated during Carnaval each year.

Gaucho in Argentina by Eddie Thorton

Gaucho Culture and History: Argentina’s Cowboys

Celebrated in Argentina for their nomadic lifestyles and superb horsemanship, learn why gauchos were South America’s answer to the cowboy.

Yerba mate argentina

Argentinian Drinks: Fernet, Yerba Mate & More

In Argentina Malbec, Fernet, and yerba mate are proud national emblems. High quality Argentine wines have rocketed to international prominence.

After years of mostly domestic sales, as of March 2011, Chile is one of the top 10 wine exporters in the world

South American Wine Trails

Every wine lover should be are aware of the grape-growing action throughout South America’s wine trails!

The Best Museums in Buenos Aires

July is a great time to visit Buenos Aires, the weather might be chilly, but the city heats up with a myriad of concerts, festivals, and exhibitions.

Buenos Aires Subte station

Exploring the Art Scene in Buenos Aires

Often referred to as the “Paris of the Americas,” Buenos Aires boasts an eclectic mix of European and South American influences that make it a must-see on any trip to Argentina.