Plan your trip to Argentina
Regional Population: 39,537,943
Local Currency: ARS
Argentina is a large, elongated country in the southern part of South America. It is the second largest country on the continent and home to South America’s highest and lowest points. Argentina borders Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay to the north, Uruguay to the northeast and Chile to the west. Several important Argentinean cities are Buenos Aires, Córdoba, La Plata, Mendoza, Rosario and San Juan.
Argentina is a popular tourist destination for its breathtaking and rugged scenery as well as for its culture and accommodations. Adventurers and outdoorsy types flock to the Patagonia region and the advancing Perito Moreno glacier in the south or to the amazing Iguazu Falls on the border with Brazil. The wine regions of Mendoza and Salta are also popular emerging tourist destinations.
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Buenos Aires has beautiful architecture, great dining and wines, friendly people, big parks … what are you waiting for?
There is no shortage of paid attractions for children in Buenos Aires, but some of the best things won’t even cost a peso.
Bring your appetite—and your children—to Argentina’s capital.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must-see on any trip to Argentina, including for families with young children.
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Learn where to go—and where not to—based on the author’s recent four-day exploration of Mendoza.
Check out our latest issue for the the ABCs of Argentina: art, beef, character and scenery.