Argentina is a wonderful country that has many attractions, all climates, geographic and cultural variety. To improve your trip to the southernmost country in the world, we have prepared a list of the most visited tourist destinations in Argentina for its archaeological, scenic and historical value.
1) Ischigualasto Provincial Park or Valle de la Luna. It is a protected area of 275,369 hectares, famous on a scientific level, since it protects an important paleontological reserve. It is the only place where the entire Triassic period can be seen completely uncovered and perfectly differentiated in a complete and orderly manner.
2) Tierra del Fuego Ushuaia. It is the southernmost city in the world. To the south of this city is the Antarctic circle. Its tranquility, the cold polar climate and the simplicity of its inhabitants attract the attention of travelers. In addition to the pure air that you can enjoy. Tierra del Fuego is close to Antarctica. Its full name is Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and the South Atlantic Islands.
Tierra del Fuego is a quiet province to visit, with little population and that in September becomes a first-rate tourist destination for ski lovers from all over the world.
The activities to do in Tierra del Fuego are sport fishing, visits to museums, trekking, exotic bird watching, tourism in Ushuaia or rest from the noise of the city in a peaceful province.
3) Guarani Jesuit Missions. They were a group of thirty missionary towns founded from the seventeenth century by the Catholic religious order of the Society of Jesus among the Guaraní Indians and related peoples, whose purpose was their evangelization and which were geographically located in the current provinces of Misiones and Corrientes.
4) Iguazu Falls. They are located on the Iguazú River, on the border between the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná. They are protected areas by both countries: the Argentine sector is within the Iguazú National Park. They are visited by more than 1 million tourists a year. The most profuse and mighty waterfalls are found on the Argentine side.
5) Peninsula Valdés. It is a coastal accident on the Argentine sea, Province of Chubut, and is part of the seven World Heritage Sites declared by UNESCO. It receives the largest breeding population of southern right whales.
6) Perito Moreno Glacier. It is a thick mass of ice located in the Lago Argentino department of the Santa Cruz province, in the southwest, in the Patagonia region.
7) Quebrada de Humahuaca. It is a deep and narrow groove of tectonic-fluvial origin located entirely in the province of Jujuy. The climate is very dry.
8) Train to the Clouds. It is a tourist railway service on the C14 branch of the General Manuel Belgrano Railway in the section that connects the Salta station with the La Polvorilla viaduct, on the Andes Mountains, at more than 4220 meters above sea level.
9) Buenos Aires. It is the capital of the Argentine Republic. The city is among the cities with the highest quality of life in Latin America. It is known for its architecture and its European-style gastronomy. It is a cosmopolitan city with a GDP similar to that of
10) Bariloche. The city is built in German style by the reminiscences of the German immigrants who populated this town after World War II. Within the Nahuel Huapi National Park is Cerro Catedral. The northeast slope of the mountain has developed as a ski center for mountain activities, with numerous mechanical ascents, service areas and hotels.