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Travel to Argentina


For us, we liked getting off the beaten path and taking a road trip into the Sierras region of Cordoba province, where we had the open road to ourselves and learned about how Argentines like to travel in their own country.

There’s more to this giant country than its steak and wine once you start exploring. From the peaks of Patagonia to the posh cafes of Buenos Aires, it’s hard to get bored in Argentina. You can get your fill of adventure in Bariloche and get your fill of meat and craft beer in the restaurant and bar scene of Cordoba.

Explore 4 Travel Guides In Argentina

  • 8 Things to Do in Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires is a city where we wanted to soak up the culture and just not leave. Heaps of neighborhoods kept us entertained, and while Palermo started feeling like home, due to Dan’s one-month stay there, we found so much else to see and do.

  • 5 of the Best Cafes in Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires has a lot of offer in terms of its coffee and cafe scene. The Palermo neighborhood reminds us a lot of New York City. We found ourselves wandering around and stumbling on different cafes to try.

  • 11 Things to Do in Cordoba, Argentina

    Cordoba is a city known for its student population and many universities. Check out 11 things to see in Cordoba.

  • Road Trip in the Cordoba Sierras

    The Sierras and Valle de las Traslasierras Region of Argentina is not well-known like Patagonia, but it’s worth a trip there to get a taste of Argentina’s central region. You can spend some time in the Sierras after getting acquainted with the provincial capital of Cordoba province, the Ciudad de Cordoba.