A country dear to our hearts, Argentina is where it all started for us! It was the first stop on our journey and we fell in love with the late night culture, the passionate people and the best steak in the world.
While it possesses perhaps the most European-like culture of any country in South America with Buenos Aires often compared to Paris, Argentina is still distinctly Latin.
Whether you want to hike the amazing glaciers in Patagonia, enjoy the Gaucho lifestyle in Salta, drink fine wines in the vineyards of Mendoza or Tango the night away in Buenos Aires, Argentina truly has something for everyone.
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Argentina is famed for its red meat and red wine and whilst these are "musts" when you visit, there is a huge variety of other exciting food and drink to try.
In the part of the world where Brasil, Argentina and Paraguay meet lies one of the most astoundingly beautiful things that I have ever seen.
Looking back on our time in Buenos Aires we had an incredible fun experiencing what the city has to offer and learning about the history.
I’d been wanting to go and have a proper look around Plaza de Mayo and see Casa Rosada since reading about the “disappeared” and the Madras of the Plaza de Mayo.
La Boca is a notoriously dangerous neighbourhood in the South-East of Buenos Aires and after reading reports of violent muggings I was quite honestly shitting myself about going.
I arrived at the time that he’d said, on the corner of the street that he’d specified but our guy was late. I waited nervously...
The coach pulled into a dusty service station, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. Was this it?
It really is true what the guide books say, BA has a very seductive European feel to it and we have fitted into the lifestyle beautifully.
The city is still as beautiful as I remember it, especially the Palermo Viejo district that we are staying in. Wide tree lined streets constantly bustling with life, vast green parks dotted with tall palm trees home to chirping parakeets and impressive baroque architecture.