Hola amigos and welcome to Argentina which is the second largest country in Latin America! After traveling through Argentina for months I often get asked for the best places to visit. This is why I put together this top list covering the highlights from north to south and west to east of this beautiful country! Let’s check it out! El Chalten is the trekking capital of Argentina and is surrounded by world famous mountains glaciers and lakes. Hiking in this area is unbelievably beautiful and should be very high up on your bucket list! The end of the world is more beautiful than it sounds. The rough coast of the Beagle blog is impressive, offers great outdoors and is the destination for adventure seekers! I simply fell in love with this little gem located at the Parana River! The great location, the warm hearted people and the fact that there aren’t many tourists are perfect conditions for a get away from the hectic capital! The beautiful lake region around Bariloche is without any doubts one of the must places to visit in Argentina. Nowhere else you can find so much green landscape perfect for hiking, biking or a road trip! Iguazu Falls.
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At the northern border Argentina shares one of the world’s most impressive Falls with Brazil. The Argentinian side near Puerto Iguazu is often called the better option. but I recommend to bring more time to check out both sides! El Calafate & Perito Moreno. In the Argentine part of Patagonia the National Park Los Galciares is awaiting you with the Perito Moreno. Due to the location of the glacier facing a small peninsula you’re able to get up really close. Buenos Aires Everything comes together in the capital. History, tango, nightlife, good food, impressive architecture and great street art.
Even though Buenos Aires can be quite tough after while you shouldn’t miss it! Salta In the north of the country you should visit the Valles Calchaques. Perfect for a day trip from Salta. or even multiple day hikes. Mendoza: Argentina is famous for its wine. The most popular one is the ‘Malbec’. Mendoza is the wine region of the country. If you visit you should go on a wine tour! El Bolson. This Hippie village is located to the south of Bariloche and offers great landscape beside a very special atmosphere. If you go hiking the ‘Cabeza del Indio’ is a nice little hike. If you want to discover Argentina on your own check out my free travel guide the link can be found in the info box below! On my blog you can find many travel posts from Argentina. Like this one which covers the top things to do in Buenos Aires. Make sure to comment to the blog for new travel posts every thursday! Saludos and thanks for reading :).