A journey into Argentina

Buenos Aires -
Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, and the second largest city in South America. 

La Boca -
Easily the city's most colorful neighborhood, La Boca positively screams color. 

Tango dancing -
Caminito (or "Little Path") was named after a 1926 tango song, and it's not unusual to see couples performing this most iconic of dances on cobblestone stages under dappled shade.

Casa Rosada -
Holding court on Buenos Aires' historic Plaza de Mayo is the Casa Rosada, the palatial mansion that is the official residence of the president of Argentina

Buenos Aires Cabildo -
Also set on Plaza de Mayo is the original seat of the colonial-era government, the elegant Buenos Aires Cabildo. 

National Historical Museum -
Buenos Aires museums don't disappoint. For a better understanding about the country and its complex history, browse this excellent cultural facility.

Metropolitan Cathedral -
Overlooking Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires' Metropolitan Cathedral is recognized for its temple-like Neoclassical facade.

Colón Theater - This historic venue is regularly cited as one of the 10 best opera houses in the world, and has previously hosted the likes of Maria Callas and Luciano Pavarotti.

El Ateneo Grand Splendid -
There are bookstores, and then there's El Ateneo Grand Splendid—one of the most beautiful temples to bibliography in the world. 

Iguazú Falls -
Beyond Buenos Aires, Argentina reveals itself in dramatic splendor. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the immense Iguazú Falls are breathtaking in their power and glory.

Los Glaciares National Park -
Equally stunning in visual grandeur is the Perito Moreno Glacier, the most visited of the Patagonian park's 47 large ice sheets. 

Tierra del Fuego National Park -
Another world-famous natural landscape is Tierra del Fuego National Park. 

Ushuaia -
If you intend to stay in the region for any length of time, consider basing yourself at Ushuaia. The capital of Tierra del Fuego is the world's southernmost town.

Marine wonderland -
The playful Magellanic penguin is a ubiquitous peninsula resident, and visitors are often regaled with their comical antics.

Mendoza -
Mendoza is world renowned as a center of olive oil production and Argentine wine. 

Aconcagua Mountain -
The truly bold, meanwhile, use Mendoza as a staging post before aiming for the summit of Aconcagua, at 6,960 m (22,834 ft) the highest mountain in the Americas.

Córdoba -
Certainly worth investigating is the central Argentine city of Córdoba.

Mar del Plata -
Argentina has its fair share of beaches and coastal vacation destinations. Among the most popular summer draws is Mar del Plata. 

Salinas Grandes -
Another seriously out-of-the way location is the stunning salt flats known as Salinas Grandes.

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