🔥 Best time to visit Argentina

  • The best time to visit the Andes Mountains is between June and September, during the winter months.
  • The best time to visit Buenos Aires is in the spring (September to November) or fall (March to May) when temperatures are mild and there are fewer tourists.
  • The best time to visit the Iguazu Falls is between September and November before the rainy season starts or between February and May after the rainy season has ended.
  • The best time to visit Patagonia is between November and March, during the summer months.
  • The best time to visit the beaches of Argentina is between December and March, during the summer months.

💯 The most popular places in Argentina

Argentina is a diverse and exciting country with plenty of attractions that draw tourists from all over the world. Some of the most popular tourist places in Argentina include:

  • Buenos Aires - known as the "Paris of South America," this vibrant city offers a mix of European and South American culture, delicious food, and fantastic shopping and nightlife.
  • Iguazu Falls - located on the border of Argentina and Brazil, these stunning waterfalls are one of the world's natural wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Los Glaciares National Park - home to the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier and other breathtaking landscapes, this park is a must-visit for nature lovers.
  • Bariloche - nestled in the Andes mountains, this picturesque town is known for its stunning natural scenery, outdoor activities like skiing and hiking, and delicious chocolate shops.
  • Mendoza - Argentina's wine country boasts beautiful landscapes, charming towns, and, of course, some of the best wine in South America.
  • Ushuaia - located in Tierra del Fuego, this southernmost city in the world offers stunning landscapes, wildlife, and adventure activities like hiking, kayaking, and skiing.
  • Cordoba - this colonial-era city is home to UNESCO World Heritage sites, stunning architecture, and cultural attractions like museums and theaters.
  • Salta - located in northwest Argentina, this vibrant city is a hub for traditional music and dance, colonial architecture, and Andean culture.
  • Peninsula Valdes - known for its diverse wildlife, including whales, sea lions, penguins, and elephant seals, this coastal wildlife reserve is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts.
  • El Calafate - gateway to the Los Glaciares National Park and home to the Perito Moreno Glacier, this town offers stunning natural beauty, outdoor activities, and delicious local cuisine.