Argentina

Exclusive guide to the best holiday destinations in Argentina, independent reviews from award-winning travel writers

Where to eat great food in Buenos Aires

In a city literally overflowing with great food options, you are always spoilt for choice in Buenos Aires. But  Andy Mossack recommends some that he’s tried, tested and loves.

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The Patagonian Lake District. South America’s Switzerland

The South of Argentina has fairy tale Alpine scenery, magical lakes and mountains and the best chocolate she has ever tasted. Judith Baker explores the Patagonian lakes.

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Discovering Antarctica aboard Ponant’s Le Soléal

In an almost surreal moment, an immense crack echoed across the bay, and I watched transfixed as a huge chunk of ice calved off a glacier in slow motion and plummeted into the sea.

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Insider guide to Buenos Aires

Bueno Aires is a vibrant city with a Latino heart that never stops beating. Many of her buildings hark from the faded grandeur of 19th century Europe, but this only enhances her appeal.

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The Iguazu Falls. Staring down the Devil’s Throat.

Standing on a cat walk over two hundred feet up looking straight down The Devil’s Throat at the Iguazu Falls is enough to render even the most battle hardened person completely and utterly speechless.

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Introduction to Buenos Aires

Emilene Faria once said if you come to Buenos Aires and you haven’t danced the tango, then you haven’t been to Buenos Aires!

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