Best Argentina points of interest

Argentina is a large, elongated country in the southern part of South America, neighboring countries are Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Chile. In the east Argentina has a long South Atlantic Ocean coastline.Argentina is one of the most popular places to visit in South America. From the cafe culture of Buenos Aires to the natural beauty of the Iguazu Waterfalls and the Perito Moreno glacier to the vineyards of Mendoza, Argentina points of interest has something to offer every visitor. Some of the world’s most dramatic scenery can be found here in the Patagonian Stepp, the Andes, and the lush Lake District.

Country’s name Argentina derives from Argentinos, the Ancient Greek diminutive (tinos) form for silver (argentos).Argentina is the eighth-largest country in the world. Mountain Cerro Aconcagua is the highest and Laguna del Carbon is the lowest point in the south America are located in Argentina.

Argentina is a vast natural wonderland. The country boasts some of the Andes’ highest peaks.Argentina points of interest are rich wetlands that rival Brazil’s famous Pantanal, mountains painted in rustic colors, deserts dotted with cacti, massive ice fields and arid steppes in Patagonia, cool lichen-clad Valdivian forests.


Map of Argentina
Map of Argentina

Tango is possibly the greatest contribution and best Argentina points of interest in the world,  Argentines are passionately devoted to this sport and Experiencing a live match should definitely be on your itinerary. Arriving in Buenos Aires is like jumping aboard a moving train.

Cities in Argentina nurtured their creativity, adaptability and perseverance, through good and very bad times, all while people maintaining their traditions, humor, and pride.




  •  BUENOS AIRESBest travel cities in Argentina
  •  LA PLATABest travel cities in Argentina
  •  SAN JUANBest travel cities in Argentina
  •  BARILOCHEBest travel cities in Argentina
  •  CORDOBABest travel cities in Argentina
  •  SALTABest travel cities in Argentina
  •  ROSARIOBest travel cities in Argentina
  •  MENDOZABest travel cities in Argentina



  •  TIERRA DEL FUEGOArgentina points of interest
  •  IGUAZU FALLSArgentina points of interest
  •  HUAPI NATIONAL PARKArgentina points of interest
  •  TBERA WETLANDSArgentina points of interest
  •  LOS GLACIARESArgentina points of interest
  •  THE ANDESArgentina points of interest
  •  PATAGONIAN STEPPEArgentina points of interest



The official language is Spanish. Most locals can readily understand most Spanish dialects, as well as Portuguese or Italian (especially due to its similarity to the local Spanish). English is understood in at least a basic level in tourists areas. German and French can be understood and to some extent spoken by small fractions of the population. A few places in Patagonia near Rawson have native Welsh speakers. Words borrowed from aboriginal languages include Quechua, Guarani, Mataco, che, mate, and others.



  • Take a moonlight tour of Iguazu Falls.
  • Stargaze in unspoiled Barrel.
  • Saddle up in in Córdoba.
  • Walk with the penguins in Punta Tombo.
  • Learn the tango in Buenos Aires.
  • Go trekking on the Perito Moreno glacier, El Chaltén.
  • Take a drive of your life on ‘La Ruta Cuarenta’ is the Route 66 of Argentina.
  • Taste a tipples in Mendoza  winery like Achaval Ferrer Carinae ,Viñedos & Bodega Bodega La Rural.


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  1. Heather Johnson
    August 12, 2017

    Argentina sounds like an amazing place to visit. I have never been out of the US but would love to check out South America sometime.

  2. Holly
    August 13, 2017

    I have never been to Argentina but would love to see it. Thanks so much for the info.

  3. Rosey
    August 14, 2017

    I’d love to travel to Argentina. I’d especially love to see both sides of Iguazu Falls.

  4. ankana silva
    August 14, 2017

    How is it at the airports? do they speak english. A few years back when I visited Germany it was so difficult to find anyone speaking english at the airport to ask general queries!!!

  5. David Elliott
    August 14, 2017

    I have known some beautiful people from Argentina. It does look like such a marvelous country. I am sure it would be an amazing trip.

  6. needa
    August 17, 2017

    Its a perfect guide for argentina ! But its huge part south America ! Quick and easy to learn about argentina

  7. eazynazy
    August 17, 2017

    This sounds super cool place to visit, am saving this post for my future use


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