Stretching almost 3500 kilometres from Bolivia to the tip of South America, Argentina’s wide array of geography and climates mean a host of adventurous activities for every type of explorer.

"Argentina’s natural attractions are the stuff travellers' dreams are made of. A glacier in the south, a soul-stirring, subtropical north and cities overflowing with cafés, bars and restaurants."

Keen walkers and nature-lovers can traverse the Patagonian Steppe, climb South America’s highest peak, walk among thousands of penguins and witness the world’s most amazing waterfalls.

City slickers meanwhile adore the pulsating beats of Buenos Aires, a place of passion, rich architectural and cultural heritage, modern creative energy, electric nightlife, unique traditions, vibrant arts scene, and warm, friendly people.

What you need to know

  • Capital City

    Buenos Aires

  • Time Difference

    GMT -3 hours

  • Best Time to Visit

    November to March

  • Currency

    Argentinian Peso



Choose from the cream of Argentina's finest properties.

  • Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Recoleta, Buenos Aires

    A neoclassical palace on Recoleta's most iconic street, with a wonderful balance of 1930s elegance and hip design, two wings linked by an art gallery under the lovely gardens; soothing, tech-savvy rooms, and the city's most extensive spa.

    Call us on 01244 567 000 to start planning your next holiday.

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  • El Casco Art Hotel Bariloche

    A lovely lakeside setting combines with spacious rooms, exceptional facilities and Latin American artworks throughout to create an exclusive and elegant place to stay.

    Call us on 01244 567 000 to start planning your next holiday.

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Inside Knowledge

Creating special moments

  1. Dinner Dance

    Dinner Dance

    Argentina produces some of the world’s best beef, so try a succulent steak at one of Buenos Aires’ restaurants; it’s also home to the Tango, so why not arrange a private lesson while in the city?

  2. Incredible Iguazú Falls

    Incredible Iguazú Falls

    While stunning Iguazú straddles the Argentina and Brazil border, it’s the Argentine side that provides the opportunity for detailed and close-up views of some of its 276 waterfalls, two thirds of which are on this side of the falls.

  3. A Glacial Pace

    A Glacial Pace

    Visit Perito Moreno Glacier – the world's only constantly moving glacier. The dam can reach 35 metres high, its constant roaring and booming, punctuated by the explosive sound of large icebergs falling into the lake, is its most striking phenomenon.