From Patagonia’s dramatic ice fields to Iguazù’s thunderous waterfalls and the shimmering blue lagoons of the Litoral, Argentina’s landscapes astound, while Buenos Aires is the continent’s most cosmopolitan and appealing city, packed with superb museums, restaurants, markets and music. Whether you want to hike the snow-capped peaks of the Lake District or dine on the world’s finest steak, use our map of Argentina below to start planning your trip.
You won’t be short of things to do in this diverse country. Start by wine-tasting your way around the heavenly vineyards of Mendoza, home to both traditional bodegas and modern wineries, then take the ultimate road trip from the southernmost point of the Argentine mainland to the Bolivian border on the legendary Ruta 40. Finally, if you want to experience life at the end of the world, head to the remote archipelago Tierra del Fuego.
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