Argentina Resorts

Argentina Resorts From the fertile plains (pampas) in the central of the country, to the rugged Andes mountain range to the west, to the glaciers of Patagonia, Argentina is full of many natural and geographic wonders. But visitors also take pleasure in its capital's European style buildings and atmosphere, not to mention its flavorful cuisine, including juicy grilled steaks. Dance the tango, climb a mountain, savor dulce de leche and empanadas, even visit the southernmost city in the world during your Argentina resort stay.

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Bariloche Resorts
Officially named San Carlos de Bariloche, this Patagonia resort town is often shortened simply to Bariloche. It is home to one of the oldest and most revered ski resorts in the country (remember ski season is May to September in the Southern Hemisphere), and surrounded by glaciers, forested mountains and lakes, including 63 mile long Nahuel Huapi Lake.
Buenos Aires Resorts
Home of the tango, Buenos Aires is Argentina's cosmopolitan capital city. A shopper's paradise with many upscale boutiques, Buenos Aires is sometimes referred to as the "Paris of the South." Two important sights include the immense Metropolitan Cathedral and the Teatro Colon, the world's largest opera house with 2,500 seats.
El Calafate Resorts
Gateway to Glaciers National Park, El Calafate is a small village named for a flowering berry bush. This is an area of rugged natural beauty, and the national park's centerpiece is Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the most visited glaciers in the world.
Iguassu Falls / Iguazu Falls - Argentina Resorts
The absolutely awe inspiring Iguazu Falls are located on the border of Argentina and Brazil, and two thirds of the falls officially lie in Argentina. There are nearly 300 different cataracts that make up the falls, some reaching a height of 270 feet. The most impressive section is called Devil's Throat.
Mendoza Resorts
The Mendoza Province is Argentina's main wine growing region. Enjoy various options for wine tasting at Mendoza's nearby wineries. The pretty Andes mountain ranges can be seen in the distance from many parts of the city, known for its lively cultural life.
Puerto Madryn / Trelew Resorts
Puerto Madryn is a popular base for excursions to the nearby wildlife sanctuary at the Peninsula Valdes nature reserve. Sea lions, elephant seals and penguins make their home here, and whale watching is a popular activity for visitors.
Ushuaia Resorts
Ushuaia is the capital of the Tierra del Fuego province, which is the gateway to the Antarctic. It is the southernmost city in the world, with jagged glacial peaks rising from sea level to nearly 5,000 feet.