Overview Argentina

Argentina is very big country, eighth largest in all the world, and the second one after Brazil in terms of size and population in South America. Spanish is the language most people speak and the official one. The capital city of the Argentina is Buenos Aires, one of the largest cities in the world, in eastern Argentina.

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The largest cities in Argentina by number of people, are Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Rosario, Mendoza, La Plata, Tucumán, Mar del Plata, Salta, Santa Fe, and Bahía Blanca.

The country is surrounded by Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Bolivia, and the South Atlantic to the north and to the east and Chile to the west.

Deep in the south of South America is located this land of infinitely enchanting landscapes -from the snow-capped peaks of the Andes mountains and the dusty plains of Patagonia to the Land of Fire Ushuaia Tierra del Fuego.

Whether exploring the lush rainforest of Misiones where you also can find the Iguazu falls, horse riding in the scorched red mountains of Salta, trekking the turquoise lakes and evergreen forests of the Lake District of Bariloche or playing the gaucho in the fertile Pampas, the country provides wonderful, boundless adventures.

These diverse regions can offer wonderful adventures. No matter where you travel, Argentina has something special to offer you.

Meanwhile the natural beauties of Argentina are breathtaking, its cities, culture, and people also make the country a great place to visit and very unique because Argentina has got a deep cultural tie to Europe and this is especially apparent in Buenos Aires.

The city has wide avenues, awesome museums, good theaters, first class restaurants, a pulsating nightlife and much more.

If you like big city life, there are few better places to visit anywhere in the world than Buenos Aires.

Besides, Argentina is safe, friendly and compared to Europe or the US it is very affordable. Now is a great time to visit, so get your spirit in gear and prepare for an unforgettable adventure!

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