Affordable Travel Guide to Argentina

North to South, from Sub-tropics to Sub-polar

Argentina

The home of the tango, and now one of the pre-eminent new world wine regions, Argentina, South America boasts a long coastline and a climate that drips with heat or chills with ice. Because it is long and fairly narrow (although not the strip of ribbon that is Chile, its neighbor), Argentina has 2,936 miles/4,725km of southern Atlantic coastline, comprising beaches with dune and sand cliffs. Offshore the wide Patagonian Shelf, on a part of the Atlantic Ocean known as the Argentine Sea, provides warm waters and a large swimming expanse.

The capital, Buenos Aires is the most popular city for tourists in all of South America. Rich with Spanish colonial architecture, museums and galleries, as well as superb restaurants and nightlife, it

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