Argentina is a sprawling South American country with terrain that includes the Andes mountains, glacial lakes and grasslands in the Pampas, the traditional grazing land for its famous cattle. The country is known for the dance and music of tango. Its great cosmopolitan capital, Buenos Aires, is centered around the Plaza de Mayo, surrounded by imposing 19th-century buildings such as the Casa Rosada, the iconic presidential palace.

Where to go?

Iguazu falls

They are made up of 275 waterfalls that reach up to 80 meters high. The most impressive is the "Devil's Throat".

The Valley of the Moon

The place is also known as the Ischigualasto Provincial Park, and is located in the Valle Fertil Department.
It has great scientific value as it is a research site due to its impressive paleontological reserve. Due to its strange landscape without vegetation and varied range of colors of its soils, they have become a tourist area.

Sea ​​of ​​Silver

It is located in the coastal tourist corridor of Buenos Aires. Its great advantage is that it is on the Argentine Sea, which is why it has a coastline of more than 28 kilometers. To the south and to the center of the city are the most popular beaches of Mar del Plata.