Argentina’s geography includes the Andes mountains, glacial lakes, and grasslands in the Pampas, the traditional grazing land of its famous cattle. It is known for the dance and music of tango. Its significant cosmopolitan capital, Buenos Aires, is centered on the Plaza de Mayo, surrounded by imposing 19th-century buildings, such as the Casa Rosada, the iconic presidential palace.


Patagonia is a region that contains the vast southern tip of South America. It covers the southernmost provinces: Neuquén, Río Negro, Chubut, Santa Cruz, Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica, and the South Atlantic Islands, with its own characteristics that differentiate it from other regions. It also includes a tiny portion of the south of La Pampa, Mendoza, and Buenos Aires.

It is one of Argentina’s most visited tourist spots, both by natives and foreigners, due to its abundant landscapes and cities located at the foot of the Andes Mountains and on its beautiful coasts.

  • In the province of Tierra del Fuego, Ushuaia city is famous for being one of the southernmost cities in the world and for its different sites of interest, such as the Beagle Channel, the Tierra del Fuego National Park, the End of the World Museum, Lake Fagnano, Lake Escondido, the ski center, Cerro Castor, among other sites.
  • Villa Traful city, with few inhabitants, is the most beautiful city on the continent. San Martin de los Andes, as well as Villa La Angostura, located very close to Cerro Bayo.
  • The city of San Carlos de Bariloche, one of the destinations most chosen by tourists, is located on the banks of the Nahuel Huapi, with an architectural style and numerous places of tourist interest, such as Cerro Catedral (the center’s most important ski resort in South America), Cerro Tronador, the Civic Center and Colonia Suiza.


To the north of the province of Misiones, on the border with Brazil, are the Iguazú Falls: One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and, without a doubt, one of the most spectacular places in Latin America

Its location in the middle of the jungle and its enormous volume of water and numerous waterfalls make it a unique place and a must-see on any trip to Argentina.
The National Park was created in 1934 and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. It also received the mention of Important Area for the Protection of Birds (AICA).

About Buenos Aires City

  • Puerto Madero: In the area you can visit the former Hotel for Immigrants, the Fragata Presidente Sarmiento museum, the Puente de la Mujer and the Corbeta Uruguay ship-museum.
  • La Boca: Among its main attractions are the Caminito promenade, its museums, its theaters, and the field of the Boca Juniors Athletic Club “La Bombonera.” Its passage and port promenade its typical tenement buildings. It is one of the most visited by tourists.