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ARGENTINA, the second largest country in South America, is a vast, diverse and stunning nation known best for its romantic tango and political heroine Eva Perón.
The name ARGENTINA has its roots in the silver – argentums - gifts that the native Indians offered the first Spanish conquerors in the early 16th. Century.

ARGENTINA today offers a wealth of rich experiences imbued with the same spirit of generous hospitality that has characterised its people throughout the centuries. From the Spanish and Latin immigrants who brought their customs and music to Buenos Aires, to the native Wichi and Toba communities in the North or the Welsh villages in Patagonia.

The country’s capital, Buenos Aires, is one of the world’s most sophisticated cities with excellent theatre and art, fine restaurants and wide, elegant boulevards that give the city a decidedly European feel. Located on the shores of the River Plate, Buenos Aires has outstanding hotels, restaurants, sensuous tango clubs, gaudy flee markets and excellent shopping.

The Pampas, an immense area of land located west of Buenos Aires, stretches out as far as the eye can see reducing the Gaucho, herding his cattle, to tiny dots under a vast sky.

The rest of the country’s, natural beauty and charming local customs gives Argentina a flair of its own.

Bariloche, the Argentine Lake District. Where the Andes Mountain spread in to a land locked lake area of breath-taking beauty. With its winter ski-resorts and summer boating, walking and riding activities to suit all ages and interests.

The thundering roar of the Iguazu Falls, the largest cataracts in the world , surrounding you as you walk out on sturdy walkways over the plunging water.

On the foothills of the snowy Andes the city of Mendoza, the home to the Argentine Malbec grape, dark, rich and velvety, the perfect complement to the tender and tasty Argentine steak.

North West Argentina (Salta, Jujuy and Tucuman) where you are widely aware of the influence of the early Spanish settlers and the flavour of the Inca culture.

To the South Lago Argentino, the towering majesty of the Perito Moreno glacier looms above you.

Eastwards, Peninsula Valdes, an area of wildlife experiences among sea elephants, sea lions, whales, penguins and beautiful wildlife.

Further South where the Antarctic beckons, the city of Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego. The lighthouse at the end of the world, the inspiration for Jules Verne’s classic novel glows into the darkening southern sky peppered with a billion stars.

Florida 890 - piso 4 - (C1005AAR) Buenos Aires - Argentina
TEL. / Fax: + 5411 4315-9222 - Email:
DNST No.: 0612/06 - Leg. No.: 12795
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