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 [...]
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October 21, 2013
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.
September 9, 2013
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.
August 12, 2013
Perched on the tri-border point of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, and overshadowed by the dramatic Iguazu Falls, the small Argentine town of Puerto Iguazu plays hosts to thousands of daily tourists.
The undisputed highlight of the region are the mighty falls and regular buses whisk visitors from the town center to the nearby Iguazu Falls Park. Organizing a DIY trip to the falls is easier, but with only one day to spend, booking on a day tour of the Iguazu Falls will ensure you make the most of your time. One of the Natural Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Iguazu Falls eclipses its peers in both size and strength – higher, more powerful and four times the width of Niagara Falls – so however you choose to visit, give yourself a full day to take in all the sights.
August 1, 2013
As the days start to lengthen, announcing the sunny Southern springtime, and September comes to a close, an Argentine’s heart turns to many things—including a hearty Bavarian beer.
July 15, 2013
From its colorful array of independent fashion boutiques to its abundant bars and bistros, few districts are as effortlessly stylish as Palermo Soho, one of Buenos Aires’ hippest neighborhoods. Deriving its nickname from comparisons to New York’s Soho art district, Palermo Soho is renowned for its bohemian and cosmopolitan vibe, making it a popular hangout for arts students, quirky fashionistas and international expats.