Argentina

Languages:

Spanish (official),Paraguayan Guaraní 

Time zone:

GMT/UTC -4 

Electricity:

220 volts, 50Hz 

Area:

2,776,653 

Population:

39745613 

Currency:

Argentinean Peso (P) divided into 100 centavos 

Religion:

95% Roman Catholic, Protestant (Evangelical Methodist) 

Government:

Republic 

Phone code:

+54 

Argentina is so much more than the average South American destination. It bursts of vibrant cities such as Buenos Aires with its glitzy designer shops, restaurant, and night clubs. As well as stunning landscapes that go from snowy white peaks to lush green valleys like that of the Andes' powdery slopes and the Missiones' thick rainforests.
More than that, nature lovers will delight in Argentina's attractions such as the Patagonian Steppe and the bright red mountains of Salta. Tourists will even find many things to do while in this paradise-like locale. Visit the museums, zoo, parks, or walk among the penguins. Marvel at one of the world's most amazing waterfalls - the Iguazu Falls, then enjoy world-class wines from Mendoza and marvel at the rainbow-coloured houses at La Boca in the country's capital.
Despite having to go through a few economic crises and a military dictatorship, Argentina emerges with an infectious passion for life, as well as football, dancing, and food.

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Buenos Aires

Argentina’s capital city, Buenos Aires is one of the biggest metropolises in Latin America. Its name when translated means fair winds, which only apt as the city is a port city making it...

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San Carlos de Bariloche

to the north. It also boasts panoramic natural scenery and world-class culinary delights. Nahuel Huapi Lake, one of the largest deserts in the world, to the east and the sparkling ...

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Mendoza

in the world. Although located in a dry desert region, Mendoza's artificial irrigation system keeps the city green, beautiful, and perfect for wine making.Great Capitals of Wine region of west...

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Ushuaia

is something that Ushuaia takes advantage of. Antactica-bound vessels calls this port town its base before sailing, and the location for outdoor adventures - hiking, scuba diving, sailing, kayaking -...

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Mar del Plata

plays host to 6 million tourists annually. It is the country's largest beach resort, as well as one of the major fishing ports in the nation. Thus, Mar del Plata's activities are centered on its bust...

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San Carlos de Bariloche

to the north. It also boasts panoramic natural scenery and world-class culinary delights. Nahuel Huapi Lake, one of the largest deserts in the world, to the east and the sparkling ...

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