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7 Wonderful Reasons To Visit Argentina

Argentina is a country full of surprises and a long list of world-class tourist attractions. The famous Argentina attractions include spectacular glaciers, remarkable deserts, picturesque mountains, stunning sea coasts, and volcanoes. You let you know more in details, here are seven wonderful reasons why you need to visit Argentina.

1. Amazing Glaziers in the Los Glaciares National Park

If you are looking for a cool hiking adventure, head to Los Glaciares National Park located in Southwest of Santa Cruz Province in the Argentine part of Patagonia. You can spot amazing icy blue glaciers while ice hiking on the famous Fitz Roy mountain. Los Glaciares is home to 356 large glaciers, and Perito Moreno is one of the famous and accessible glaciers to visit. It stretches nearly 20 miles long and one of the few advancing or growing glaciers in the world, making it a great place to have wonderful trekking opportunities.

2. Incredible Views of the Iguazu Falls

Iguazu waterfalls are voted as one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World and on the list of UNESCO World Heritage. Most people head to Niagara Falls to experience a scenic view while admiring the massive falls on a boat or a viewing deck. But Iguazu Falls is taller and twice as wide than Niagara Falls.Double the experience when you marvel the remarkable falls during spring and fall which is the best time to see it in action. Even Eleanor Roosevelt exclaimed, “Poor Niagara!” when she saw the great falls for the first time.

3. Picturesque Landscape of the El Chalten

El Chalten is a hiker’s paradise that’s why it’s renowned as the trekking capital of Argentina. This quaint small town is a gateway to beautiful views for trekking enthusiasts. Every step closer to the mountain peaks offers you a remarkable viewing experience of the glaciers, lakes and ice-capped mountains that will surely take your breath away. El Chalten is a hidden gem in Argentina which is definitely a great place to add to your travel bucket list!

4. Exquisite Argentine Wines

Argentina is the 5th producer of exquisite wines around the world. Taste the well-preserved grape wines which have been aged in oak for months and will surely give you real pleasure of drinking. Visit Argentina’s main wine region, Mendoza, to taste a variety of wines from fruity to aromatic wines perfect for washing down a perfect meal of empanadas.

5. Gastronomic Pleasure for Meat

Have a delicious sizzling slab of meat in Argentina and feast on incredibly delicious sausages prepared on steakhouses called parillas. Argentina is famous for delivering high-quality beef due to the abundance of cows in the country. Argentinians also make mouth-watering Asados (Argentine barbecue). So whenever you’re craving or a sumptuous meal, just head down to the parillas and experience a gastronomic pleasure for meat.

6. Passion for the Sophisticated Dance, Tango

Whenever you think of Argentina, Tango is the first thing that comes to everyone’s minds. It could be danced with both men and couples alike expressing passion with fire while dancing. The dance originated in Buenos Aires and became famous all throughout the world. Tango is a way of life for the local Argentinians because it is a pure representation of their culture and heritage which makes it their pride and joy. Hundreds of teachers and guides around the country can teach you this famous dance so better be ready with your dancing shoes and head on to Argentina for some awesome dancing experience.

7. Colorful Festivals

The country is bursting with colorful and exciting cultural festivals to modern contemporary fiestas throughout the year. Different traditional celebrations are packed with fun activities that everyone will enjoy like film viewing on April in Buenos Aires or carnival season in February to March. Definitely, attend one when visiting Argentina when you want a better understanding of their rich culture. Sample some typical food and drinks and dance to the rhythm of traditional music being played on the streets or parties.


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