So popular that it’s earned a place on the UNESCO Cultural Heritage list, the Argentine Tango has been captivating audiences since the 19th century and there’s no better time to celebrate the sultry dance than December 11th – celebrated throughout Argentina as National Tango Day.
Every year as the summer draws to a close, thousands of devout wine lovers congregate in Mendoza, the nation’s winemaking capital, for a celebration of the grape harvest. Dating back to the 17th century, the tradition started out as a simple religious ceremony to give thanks for the year’s harvest, but centuries later evolved into [...]
Argentina is famous for its world-class soccer players. Argentina is famous for its mouth-watering meat. But above all, it’s famous for its outstanding wines. The Malbec steals the scene, and tourists flock to Argentina’s wine-producing regions every year to sample a taste of this robust wine, as well as the countless other varieties produced in [...]
Dying to take tango lessons in Buenos Aires? Interested in visiting the Perito Moreno Glacier in Patagonia? The good news is that if you’re a US citizen traveling to Argentina purely for pleasure, you don’t need to get a visa. Here’s the lowdown on visa requirements for US citizens traveling to Argentina: Tourist or Business [...]
The mighty Iguazu Falls might steal the spotlight in Puerto Iguazu, but the thundering waterfalls aren’t the region’s only natural wonder. Encircled with lush rainforest, Iguazu also provides a striking habitat for an array of subtropical flora and fauna, and wildlife enthusiasts will be in their element.
Whether you fancy a tub of deliciously creamy Dulce de leche gelato delivered to your door or a 3-scoop ice cream cone to tuck into as you walk around the park, you won’t have to walk far to get an ice cream in Buenos Aires. Thanks to Argentina’s strong Italian influence, there’s an abundance of world-class gelato shops dotted around the capital, so to help you choose, here are some of the best ice cream parlors in Buenos Aires.