Argentina is the home of the sultry tango - and also a land of wide open spaces, towering mountains and volcanoes, rain forests, desert, glaciers, and much of legendary Patagonia. Wildlife ranges from penguins to toucans to monkeys. But it is the hospitality of her people that you'll remember most.
Start in Buenos Aires, a cosmopolitan city known for its sophisticated residents - "porteños", its café culture, and the tango. You will find interesting architecture, shopping, handicrafts from the provinces, good theater and music - Teatro Colón is world renown - and excellent museums. It is easy to see why Buenos Aires is known as “The Paris of South America.”
Perhaps the most unique of the Argentina regions, Patagonia, located in Southern Argentina and covering 1/3 of the total size of the country, is a combination of jagged mountains, rolling hills, lakes and rivers, thick forests, desert, coastline, world famous glaciers, famous ski hills, and a rare and diverse mix of flora and fauna.
One of the world's most spectacular waterfalls, Iguazú Falls has more than 275 different waterfalls crashing over a 230 foot basalt cliff. In this protected sub-tropical rainforest you'll also see many species of butterflies, plants birds, and wildlife.
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