1 Tigre and the Paraná Delta
Like having the Everglades on the doorstep of Manhattan – Tigre and the nearby islets offer a vivid green reminder that Buenos Aires is a subtropical city.
2 San Antonio de Areco
This postcard-perfect pampas town is a goldmine of rural culture and traditional crafts – and home to one of the country’s main gaucho festivals.
The fertile Pampas provide the ideal setting for many of the country’s best-appointed and most famous ranches, giving visitors a taste of country life within easy access of Buenos Aires.
4 Sierra de la Ventana
The craggy Sierra de la Ventana range in the west of the province has a well-earned reputation for enjoyable riding, cosy but rustic chalets and delicious picada platters.
5 Small beach resorts
The intimate yet fashionable resorts of Cariló, Mar de las Pampas and Mar del Sud offer quiet sands, aromatic pine forests and long walks along the oceanfront.