Top 5: Cities to Visit in Argentina

by Jack Guy

Dec 6, 2018

Caminito Street, La Boca © Daniel Korzeniewski | Dreamstime

Top 5 / South America

The giant South American nation of Argentina covers huge amounts of territory and boasts a range of different environments. Here are some of the best cities to experience during your time there.

Buenos Aires

It wouldn’t be a visit to Argentina without spending some time in Buenos Aires, with its great restaurants, bars and tango clubs. It’s also worth trying to get tickets to a soccer match so you can see how crazy the locals get in support of their team.


Up in the mountainous north of the country, Salta is known for its great museums and folkloric music venues. Look out for the colonial architecture and don’t forget to visit the spectacular scenery found outside the city center.


What’s not to love about a city in the middle of wine country in the foothills of the Andes? Mendoza has a lot to offer visitors, and it’s also a good stop off on the way to Chile by bus.

El Calafate

This little city is the gateway to the Perito Moreno glacier and Argentinian Patagonia. It’s a short flight from Buenos Aires and it’s a must see, even if the surrounding areas are more exciting than the city itself.


This former penal colony is found right at the southern tip of Argentina, and acts as a jumping off point for boat trips to Antarctica. Even if you can’t find the money for one of the expensive cruises, there are lots of activities to get involved in nearer the city.



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