Known for malbec wine, tantalizing tango and succulent steak, Argentina is a diverse destination to experience. Buenos Aires is Argentina’s bustling capital, with many neighborhoods in which to discover gourmet restaurants, galleries, cafes and boutiques. Breathe in the countryside with many ranches dotted in Argentina off-the-beaten track locations giving you a local’s insight where you can enjoy horse riding, rustic accommodation and traditional homemade cuisine. If you don’t cover the Iguazu Falls whilst in Brazil, don’t worry; you can always visit the Argentinian side with our Argentina holiday packages!
Buenos Aires is Argentina’s thriving capital, flourishing with artistic culture and modernized with high-rise buildings and major attractions. Top sights in Buenos Aires include La Recoleta Cemetery, Museums, Palermo neighborhood and the Japanese garden.
If you’re looking for less ‘city’ and more ‘nature’ in Argentina, the likes of Bariloche, a Lake District town and Ushuaia, a breathtaking port are both wonderful options for a fantastic ski holiday in Argentina with breathtaking sceneries and adventurous activities.
What is the currency in Argentina?
How long does it take to fly to Argentina?
From London Heathrow is takes around 13 hours and 30 minutes to Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport.
What is the time difference in Argentina?
The UK is 4 hours ahead of Buenos Aires.
When is the best time to go to Argentina?
The most ideal time to visit Buenos Aires is either in the fall, which is from March to May; spring is from September to November. Those looking to enjoy a ski holiday in Argentina should go in June, July and August.
Do you need a visa to go to Argentina?
As per the UK Gov websites, British Passport holders do not need a visa to enter Argentina as a tourist.