The summer continues in Argentina ant there are different things to do in Buenos Aires. The advantage is that traffic is more agile and the rhythm of the city much more calm because there are many residents who travel to other cities for holidays.
Today we share you some of the proposals for tourists.
Holidays are coming and between the families already begin the questions… Where do we spend Christmas? With who? But more and more people are encouraged to celebrate Christmas or New Year Eve in some tourist destination. Today we share some ideal places for getaways to spend the holidays in a different way.
About 300 km from Buenos Aires, Balcarce presents itself as an ideal destination for hiking, mountain biking, fishing, paragliding, among other options. If you’re a adventure lover, we share you useful information for paragliding in Balcarce.
Many Argentine travelers decide to cross the river and travel to the capital of Uruguay to take advantage of a long weekend getaway. In this post we share what to visit in Montevideo in 3 days.
Palermo Hippodrome is a major tourist attraction of the city of Buenos Aires. It stands out for its monumental architectural construction and horse racing events such as the Gran Premio Nacional, which takes place every year. Palermo Hippodrome is strategically located in the city and it also offers multiple choices of entertainment for tourists.
The Perito Moreno glacier is located in the province of Santa Cruz, 80 km from El Calafate. This glacier with a surface area of 250 km2, stands out for its ease of access, its purity and color and for being one of the few glaciers in the world that are not in decline. As if outside little this glacier, from time to time, the phenomenon known as “the rupture” that keeps everyone with the curiosity of knowing when it will be the next. For those who want to tour the area there are several excursions like “Excursion Rivers of Ice” or the “Minitrekking on the glacier¨. Another option is to make a navigation on its waters. In this post we talk about the Safari Boat. Continue Reading