Argentina is the third most populous country in South America and one of the largest Spanish-speaking countries in the world. From the diverse and beautiful landscapes of Patagonia to the rich and artistic culture of Buenos Aires, there are many reasons why people from all over the world have Argentina on their bucket list.

The pandemic has done a lot of damage to tourism, and above all, to Argentine tourism. Due to the closure of borders almost from the beginning, the authorities and the private sector launched their creativity to maintain the presence and leadership of the country in the international arena. The objective is to be among the best proposals when the tourist activity returns.

These are some of the most attractive reasons to visit Argentina:

Buenos Aires, the capital

One of the main attractions of Argentina is, of course, Buenos Aires, the European capital of the country.

Truly the heart and soul of the country. Buenos Aires is a city that you will surely fall in love with. Colorful old neighborhoods, energetic nightlife, delicious food, tango, and much more.

Buenos Aires has to be at the top of your list if you head to Argentina.


Argentina is definitely famous for its high quality meat. It is most popular food is “Asado” or “Parrillada”, a mixed grill of steak and a variety of other cuts, including meat and sausages.

Order great wine and delicious steak on your trip and your taste buds will thank you. There are many places in the world where you can eat impressive meat, but once you taste a good Argentine barbecue, you know which one is the best.

Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu Falls (UNESCO World Heritage Site) are not only a must-see destination in South America, but throughout the world.

Dropping your jaw and witnessing the Iguazu Falls is a life changing experience. Millions of tourists from around the world travel to explore this wonder of the world that is divided between Brazil and Argentina.

Perito Moreno Glacier, Patagonia

Facing a wall of ice five kilometers long and 60 meters high is one of the greatest attractions of Argentine Patagonia. On a glacier that advances up to two meters a day, the spectacle is guaranteed, as this movement causes icebergs of enormous dimensions to fall.

You can safely visit it from its network of viewpoints or approach it by boat until I feel tiny in front of the icy wall.