Considered the eight largest country in the world, Argentina occupies practically the entire lower half of South America. Argentina features many diverse landscapes and geographical climates; the north is subtropical, the southern Patagonia is sub-antarctic, and in The Pampas, the climate is mild and humid, each offering a diverse variety of things to do. Some of the famous natural attractions people enjoy visiting would be the Iguazu Falls, which are considered to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, the Perito Moreno Glacier, for a snow filled trek, and the wild-life of Peninsula Valdes, to observe the variety of seals and other animals.

Besides the natural wonders of Argentina, there are many beautiful cities that offer a variety of opportunities to soak up the local culture and enjoy the civilized life. Heavily influenced by European culture, Buenos Aires is one of these cities, and is sometimes referred to as the “Paris of South America”. Visiting its many cafes, antique shops, tango night spots and Sunday flea markets, one can experience up-close the Argentinean life.

With a population of over 1.5 million, Argentina’s Córdoba is a lively yet very traditional destination, not catering to tourists as much as other cities, making it a great place to blend in with the locals and get a real glimpse of a more time-honored Argentinean city.

Famous for doing the Tango and serving up some of the largest steaks in the America’s, come visit Argentina where the people are warm, friendly, and open to visitors.

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