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As you pass through on your way to or from the wedding, we recommend spending a few days exploring all Buenos Aires has to offer. Between Tango on the streets, a delicious steak and glass of Malbec, you are sure to fall in love with the city known as the "Paris of South America". Restaurant Recommendations in BA: "Happening" http://happening.com.ar/ "La Parrolacia" https://www.laparolaccia.com/ "La Cabrera" https://www.lacabrera.com.ar/ Areas to visit: - Bosques de Palermo - Rosedal De Palermo Garden - Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral - “La Boca” caminito - San Telmo: - Croque Madame Palacio Paz - El Ateneo Grand Splendid - Obelisco (Avenida 9 de Julio) - La Casa Rosada - Plaza de Mayo - Teatro Colón - Cementerio de la Recoleta - Palermo SOHO - Puerto Madero (puente de la mujer)
Mar del Plata

Mar del Plata

Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, CABA, Argentina

Known as "La Feliz" (the happy one), Mar del Plata, a resort city on Argentina’s Atlantic coast. Its long string of beaches includes the wide Playa Grande, with its surf breaks. Behind Playa Grande, the tree-lined streets of the Los Troncos neighborhood have elegant early-20th-century houses that are now museums. It is famous for its luxurious casino, one of the largest in the world. Fun Fact: Maria Paula Bagnati was born in Mar del Plata on June 23, 1989. - Güemes - Alem - Playa Grande - Parque General San Martin - Torre Tanque - Torreon del Monje - Mar del Plata Cathedral - Playa Varese - Puerto de Mar del Plata - Reserva de Lobos Marinos - Iglesia Stella Maris - MAR Museum Contemporary Art - Paseo Aldrey - Antares Brewery - Monumento a San Salvador - Rambla Casino

Mendoza

Mendoza

Mendoza Province, Argentina

Mendoza is in the heart of Argentina's wine country, famed for Malbecs and other red wines. Its many bodegas (wineries) offer tastings and tours. Although it draws its share of adventure travelers, lured by the climbing, skiing, hiking and rafting opportunities within an easy drive of downtown, the area’s more than 1,000 vineyards bring oenophiles in even greater numbers. Bodegas / Wineries - Bodega Catena Zapata - Bodegas Salentein - Luján de Cuyo - Maipú - Domaine Bousquet - Bodega Norton - Andeluna The list is endless... as are the tastings...

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

Misiones Province, Argentina

The Iguazu Falls are composed of 275 separate cascades, they are on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná. Together, they make up the largest waterfall system in the world. The falls divide the river into the upper and lower Iguazu. Aerolíneas Argentinas has direct flights from Buenos Aires to Iguazu International Airport. The Paseo Garganta del Diablo is a 1 km-long (0.6 mi) trail that brings visitors directly over the falls of Devil's Throat, the highest and deepest of the falls. Other walkways allow access to the elongated stretch of falls across the forest on the Argentine side and to the boats that connect to San Martin Island. Also on the Argentine side, inflatable boat services take visitors very close to the falls.

Bariloche, Patagonia

Bariloche, Patagonia

San Carlos de Bariloche, Río Negro Province, Argentina

Bariloche is a town in Argentina’s Patagonia region. It borders Nahuel Huapi, a large glacial lake surrounded by the Andes Mountains. Bariloche is known for its Swiss alpine-style architecture and its chocolate, sold in shops lining Calle Mitre, the main street. It's also a popular base for hiking and skiing the nearby mountains and exploring the surrounding Lake District. Several of Argentina's most important airlines maintain regular flights to Bariloche. Activities such as fishing, whitewater rafting, and birdwatching are popular with tourists. Trekking along trails in the nearby mountain wilderness is supported by a few high-mountain huts operated by the Club Andino Bariloche.

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