Do you like the idea of year-round sunshine and views of snow-capped Andean mountains? How about drinking wines straight from the vineyards? If so, read on for the lowdown on Argentina’s most famous wine region, in our Mendoza travel guide.
Where do you go when you want to see some of Argentina’s lesser-spotted tourist areas and places of interest? Matt Chesterton channels Sir Ben Kingsley and hits the road to find out.
Buenos Aires is an immensely vibrant and creative city. Whatever your taste in music, there will be somewhere to cater for them. In this post, we have put together a list of some of best music venues in the city, covering a range of different styles.
The stunning Mendoza City is the first stop for many people visiting the province. The city is renowned not only for its selection of excellent wines from the surrounding region, but also for the numerous museums and sites of historical interest and importance. There is a lot to explore in this exciting and fascinating city, and it’s more than likely that you are going to be staying around for more than a day if you’re visiting. To help you pick out somewhere to stay, we have put together a list of the best luxury hotels in Mendoza City.
Situated in the foothills of the Andes, Mendoza is a beautiful province which has a lot to offer visitors. The region mainly produces wine and olive oil, so chances are that you are going to be venturing into the countryside at some point. Below we have put together a list of some of the best places to stay in rural Mendoza.
It’s hard to deny that Buenos Aires is one of Argentina’s most active and interesting cities. No matter what you are looking for, chances are that you will find it somewhere in the city. That said, sometimes all the choice, variety and noise can get a bit much, even for the most die-hard of Buenos Aires party animals. Sometimes you need a little break to get away from it all and recharge. Here’s our list of some of the best places to stay in quieter, more rural locations near the city.
There is accommodation to suit all sorts of tastes in or around Buenos Aires. Below we have put together a list of our top locations for those who like a more sleek, modern, upmarket hotel.
There is no shortage of hotels suited to those looking a comfortable place to stay in or around Buenos Aires. If you want real luxury, however, you are going to be pleased to know that there are still a dizzying number of potential abodes from which to choose. Below we have provided a short list of some of the best places to stay in Buenos Aires or nearby, when you’re looking for something out of the ordinary.
The best way to get to know a city is by taking public transport. It’s also an easy way for any traveller to cut down on their expenses. Here follows a masterclass to get you roaming Buenos Aires like a true porteño/a in no time.
Combine catching some rays on a near-secluded beach by day and watching a host of Argentine movies by night, and you’ve got a fabulous vacation stuffed with culture at your fingertips thanks to Pantalla Pinamar 2011 film festival.