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Argentina: Ideal Country for Holidays in any Season

There is no greater pleasure than variety. And that is precisely what the South of the American Continent offers, more precisely, Argentina.

Argentina has colorful cities. Streets full of history and the typical scenarios of the four seasons that stand on this territory as playing roulette. It is these attributes that have led millions to enjoy their holidays in different places that Argentina has.

San Carlos

One of these destinations is San Carlos de Bariloche, the Center of Argentine Patagonia (South), one of the strongest tourism cities for young people seeking to position themselves as an epicenter of winter and skiing during the month of July.

Bariloche receives many tourists during the months of August and September. After the high snow season and that the same time, where the prices are more affordable for all those who seek to know the city, enjoy the gastronomy and the landscapes.

National Chocolate Festival

In Bariloche, the National Chocolate Festival is celebrated where is owns the world’s largest chocolate bar that shares it with everyone. This is an event with great attractions like musical shows of national music bands, the navigation by the rivers, the trekking by the forests and its kindness as an adventure destination, where the center stands out of Cerro Catedral.

Nevertheless, Argentina maintains in immovable destinations such as Buenos Aires, Mar del Plata, and The Calafate, in which the imposing Perito Moreno glacier lies. Also, owns one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Iguazú Falls.

Iguazu Falls

The Iguazú Falls are located within the National Park with the same name, about 20 kilometers from the city of Puerto Iguazú, North of the Province of Misiones, Argentina. The river that forms them, also called Iguazú. is born in the state of Paraná, in Brazi. And after traveling about 1200 kilometers by a plateau, absorbing the flow of the tributaries that meet its path. And reaches a point where one geological fault forms a crack in the plain. As if a giant shovel had sunk into the earth separating its sides, creating this wonderful view.

UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) declared the Iguazú Falls a natural heritage of Humanity and in 2011. An International contest nominated the Iguazú Falls as one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World.

If you are a lover of football, good gastronomy, wine and Tango, Argentina should be part of your holidays.

Argentina is famous for its national football team. Argentina national football team With its sky blue and white jersey, is recognized for its high player’s performance. Also, Argentina is recognized worldwide for its famous red wines.

 Best red wines produce and consume by The Argentine Republic traditionally. It has more than 200,000 hectares cultivated with vineyards. That is why, Argentina ranks sixth for its grape production. And regarding winemaking, and it is the fifth largest producer in the world.

 Most of the tourists chosen Argentine vineyards because of their quality of service they offers. Because each region combines wine tourism with natural attractions. Thanks to the generosity of nature and climatic conditions, a tour of Argentina’s wine will be an unforgettable trip for you.


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Upendra Yadav

Upendra is a fun-loving and committed guy who established Travel Guide Idea as a place to reports all of his amazing travel activities. From loving saturdays and sundays in London, traversing the The nation's by bus or amazing Complete trips. Upendra is a true traveler, a travel author by career and has a soft spot for world cultures, 'languages', food, crazy areas and real places.

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