In our humble opinion, the following is our TOP 10 list of Argentina attractions. It's obviously subjective and you could certainly desagree with us, but we have travelled throughout Argentina and know a thing or two about it that we are willing to share with you.
Besides...we were born in Argentina so let us be your host this time around.
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Buenos Aires is provably the most charming city in South America, often called the Paris of South America.
It has an impressive night life and cultural scene that will make you come back over and over again.
Buenos Aires has something to offer to everyone, wheather you fancy Polo, tango or just to enjoy a lovely meal in any of its countless restaurants.
This led Eleanor Roosevelt to say...poor Niagara.
A sight that astonishes tourists as well as archaeologists and geologists equally, with landscapes carved by water and wind over millennium.
World famous Ischigualasto is full of vertabrate and dinosaur fossils, petrified trees and petroglyphs of ancient civilizations.
It was a was a very important canyon for communication and transportation reasons.
First, it was part of the Inca highway and later became a commercial route in the vice regal period.
Don't miss Pucara de Tilcara and the hill of the seven colours.
Valdez Peninsula is a paradise for birds and animal lovers in Patagonia's Atlantic coast....sea lions, sea elephants, penguins, whales and provably a million birds.
Valdez Peninsula has an espectacular concentration of wildlife, being the Maguellanic penguin colony at Punta Tombo the most impressive of its kind in the world.
A top Argentina attraction for whale whatching and scuba diving.
Glaciers National Park is a travel back in time to the Ice Age.
Perito Moreno glacier epitomizes the beauty of Patagonia, also known as the "crushing glacier".
Together with Mayo, Spegazzini and Upsala glacier are best known among the 54 glaciers found in this part of Argentina.
Upsala glacier is the biggest in South America.
Don't forget to bring your hiking shoes and a camera to capture this impressive scenery.
If you love hiking, trekking and mountaineering head off to El Chalten, the trekking capital of Argentina.
Here you will find options to all levels of expertise, from amateurs to professionals alike.
Within the limits of Glaciers National Park there are several excepcional trekking routes, being Mount Fitz Roy the absolute star of the lot.
During winter you are in for great skiing, summer instead brings lots of outdoor sports such as hiking, trekking, canoeing, mountain bike, etc.
Time permitting, cross over to Chile and visit Torres del Paine National Park.
To visit the white continent or Antarctica it's truly a once-in-a-lifetime-experience.
You will see lots of Emperor penguins and superb landscapes of the most indescribable beaty.
It's one of the wildest corners of Earth.
Best time to go: December to March, departing from Ushuaia for at least one week journey.