A Complete Argentina Travel Guide
Welcome to Argentina. I’ve been here for just over 9 years and built this site to share my home country. I want to help people explore, go off the beaten track, and fall in love with Argentina, just like I have. Here you can find all of my travel guides and itineraries to help you plan your trip to Argentina.
EXPLORE ARGENTINA BY REGION
Argentina is officially broken down into six regions. Each one is so incredibly different from the others, with intensely colorful mountains, a rainforest, multiple wine regions, and the unparalleled natural beauty of Patagonia. Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world, there’s a lot of ground to cover and personally, I’ve still have only scratched the surface.
All of my posts below are broken down by region, organized to help you you plan your trip based on where you’re going (or perhaps help you decide where to go). For information about traveling to Buenos Aires, click here. I’ve built an entire page dedicated to my home city, la Ciudad de la Furia.
noa | the Northwest
Argentina’s northwestern provinces are home to rainbow colored mountains, a wine region that rivals Mendoza, the country’s best empanadas and a culture unique to the rest of Argentina. The indigenous community here, the handicrafts, and the folkloric music have all made this region of Argentina my absolute favorite
El Litoral | The Northeast
Argentina’s northeast is green, it’s jungle, it’s wetlands. It is the antithesis to the red desert that dominates the northwest. The highlights include Iguazu Falls, the Atlantic Rainforest and the Ibera Wetlands.
Centro | Cordoba
The province of Cordoba makes up the central region, located in the geographic center of the country. Cordoba’s highlights are its German towns perched in the mountains and a pretty impressive Oktoberfest.
Cuyo | Wine Country
The provinces in Cuyo lie at the food of the Andes and produce Argentina’s best wines. The wine regions in Mendoza produce the world’s best Malbecs, but there’s so much more to see here from adventure activities in the mountains to the stunning landscapes of San Juan and La Rioja (which are both very high on my Argentina bucket list).
Patagonia is a nature lover’s paradise. The highlights are too many to name, ranging from the wildlife of the Peninsula Valdes, the Perito Moreno Glacier, countless iconic treks through the mountains and an unexpected wine region. Patagonia is massive so plan your visit strategically and allow yourself as much time as you possibly can.