Argentina

The secret is out: with its beautiful scenery, cosmopolitan cities and vibrant culture, Argentina is a paradise for travelers. It extends nearly 3,500 miles from Bolivia to the tip of South America, covers a wide variety of geography and climate, and is about the size of India. Nature lovers can tour the Patagonian steppe, climbing the highest peak in South America, thousands of penguins walk and witness the most impressive waterfalls in the world. Hikers can enjoy the stunning scenery of the lush region of lakes – lakes and mountains with glorious white tip – and sampling the glaciers of Patagonia cut and painted landscapes Andean deserts. City Slickers will adore fabulous Buenos Aires, full of opportunities to learn Spanish, watch football (soccer), sultry tango and interact with dynamic and beautiful locals (residents of Buenos Aires). You’ll be out to buy designer clothes at affordable prices and eat the best beef in the world every holiday, while in the clubs all night.

Argentina celebrates its bicentennial in 2010, delighting in the 200 years of independence from Spain. Expect to visit various museums and recently renovated buildings such as the famous Teatro Colon closed popular excursions for more than two years during the facelift.

Argentina is safe, friendly and – compared to Europe or the U.S. – very affordable. Now is a good time to visit, so his spirit in the team and prepare for an unforgettable adventure!
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The Argentines can justly claim the highest peak in Latin America (Aconcagua), its greatest width of the street (July 9) and perhaps its most beautiful capital, but its beaches are nothing special. However, while the wealthy Buenos Aires to Uruguay and Brazil for the summer, most people go to the chain of resorts that dot the Atlantic coast.

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