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Antarctica

Known as the “last continent” or the “white continent”, Antarctica is the largest water reserve on Earth. It occupies a surface of 14,677,000 square kilometers around the South Pole.

Its daily life is ruled by the Antarctic Treaty System, which sets forth that several countries have permanent occupation of this territory but must develop scientific and research activities and by all means avoid any alteration on the environment.

Unlike the North Pole, which is a layer of floating ice, Antarctica is continental land and if we think in the long term, one of the richest on the planet, as it contains 90 % of freshwater world reserve. A thick layer of ice covers more than 95 % of its territory and it is the highest continent, as it reaches 2,300 meters MSL.

Its beauty has been the subject of documentaries, photographs and a huge number of expeditions that have landed on this territory in order to discover what days are like on the white continent.

Antarctica, Argentina

Villa La Angostura

Villa La Angostura is a village in the south of the Argentine province of Neuquén, on the northwest shore of the Nahuel Huapi Lake. a Angostura is considered among the main attractions of Argentina's Andean Patagonia not only because of the wooden town itself, but also because of the beauty of its sights. On its west side is the Nahuel Huapi Lake, and to the east, the Correntoso Lake. Both lakes are connected by the Correntoso River, which, with 200 meters of length, is one of the sport fishing destinations around La Angostura.

The architecture of the town follows a stylized Alpine wooden style similar to that of Bariloche's city centre. There are shops and restaurants of artisanal products such as chocolate, beer and trout. It's categorised as a mountain village, even though it has approximately 11,000 inhabitants.

Villa La Angostura, Argentina

San Martin De Los Andes

Located on the shores of Lake Lácar, within the Lanín National Park, San Martín de los Andes is a paradise of peace and quietness, immersed in an environment of rivers, waterfalls, mounts and magical forests.

Originally a military settlement, today this typical mountain village dazzles visitors with its particular buildings, raised in wood and stone, which provide its characteristic warmth and charm.

A tourist resort par excellence, San Martín de los Andes offers visitors countless accommodation, gastronomy and recreation choices for all social classes and ages.

In the winter, activities revolve around the Chapelco winter resort, one of the most attractive in Patagonia, located a few kilometers from the city center. Of international renown, it has 29 runs of various levels of difficulty, a complete service infrastructure and the best assistance for lovers of snow sports.

San Martín de los Andes also offers the possibility of practicing fly-fishing and high hunting and it is the starting point for a large variety of land and lake tours, to enjoy unforgettable experiences in close contact with nature, any time of the year.

Among the many exciting excursions, which range from beholding unique landscapes during pleasant strolls to the adrenaline generated by adventure travel, the Seven Lakes circuit, Villa la Angostura, the Lanín Volcano, Lake Meliquina and Filo Hua Hum, Lakes Currhué and the Lahuen Co hot springs and Lakes Paimún and Huechulafquen are worth mentioning.

San Martin De Los Andes, Argentina

Mar Del Plata

The City of Mar del Plata is known as "the Happy City". In the summer, not only does it welcome millions of visitors from all over the country, but Mar del Plata also combines the beauty and charm of its natural resources with the infrastructure and services available, and with the hospitality of its people.Mar del Plata has temperate climate with masses of warm and humid subtropical sea air and an average temperature of over 22º C during the hottest month.

Besides an exceptional sea, Mar del Plata has cliffs, sand hills and vast sandy beaches ideal to enjoy summer walks, cycling or riding. Paragliding and first-time parachuting jumps are practiced in the air. In the sea, nautical activities such as surfing, windsurfing, jet skiing, SCUBA diving, motorboat and boat sailing and swimming stand out, though one of the sports chosen by visitors to "the Pearl of the Atlantic" is sport fishing, practiced both from the city piers and on boats leaving from its famous port. On that location, visitors may watch sea lions and the routine of seamen that return with their catches everyday or taste all kinds of seafood and fish in the dozens of restaurants located in the area.

Mar del Plata has everything. Its cultural life is reminiscent of the City of Buenos Aires. The most outstanding attractions include Colón Square, Torreón del Monje, Los Troncos Neighborhood, the port and Punta Mogotes. At night, its pubs, discos, bingos and the famous Casino of Mar del Plata. The theaters in the city get crowded as the most outstanding plays are presented each season. The surroundings are also beautiful. Visitors may access places such as Sierra de los Padres Lagoon, the beaches of nearby Chapadmalal or the hilly City of Balcarce.

Mar Del Plata, Argentina

Villa General Belgrano

A city of beer, Villa General Belgrano is one of the most beautiful districts in Córdoba and it lies 750 meters above sea level, between the Sierras Chicas (Small Mountain Range) and the Sierras Grandes (Large Mountain Range), which ensure a unique micro climate. It stands 87 kilometers to the South of the City of Córdoba and 110 kilometers from the Pajas Blancas International Airport, a privileged site in the vast Calamuchita Valley.

In this village of Córdoba, October is a synonym for good and plentiful beer. Thousands of people engage on a pilgrimage to this spot every year to take part in one of the most longed-for event in Villa General Belgrano: the National Beer Festival (Oktoberfest Argentina).

Villa General Belgrano also helds two more national festivals: the Alpine Chocolate Festival, in July, and the Fiesta Nacional de la Masa Vienesa, in April. Year after year, more and more tourists from all over the world come along to enjoy these unique events that are held in surroundings of incredible natural beauty.

Villa General Belgrano, Argentina

Cordoba

Córdoba is a city located in the geographical center of Argentina, in the foothills of the Sierras Chicas on the Suquía River.  It is the capital of Córdoba Province and the second-largest city in Argentina after the autonomous city of Buenos Aires.  Córdoba has many historical monuments preserved from Spanish colonial rule, especially buildings of the Roman Catholic Church. The most recognizable is perhaps the Jesuit Block (Spanish: Manzana Jesuítica), declared in 2000 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO which consists of a group of buildings dating from the 17th century, including the Colegio Nacional de Monserrat and the colonial university campus.

Cordoba, Argentina

Villa Carlos Paz

This beautiful city is the entrance gate to the Punilla Valley and there is no doubt that it represents the most visited tourist destination in the entire Province of Córdoba. Lake San Roque bathes its shores and is the perfect place to enjoy recreational activities and water sports such as canoeing, swimming, sailing and windsurfing, to name a few.

Carlos Paz is ideal to organize tours and excursions towards the four cardinal points in the Province of Córdoba. To the North, the entire Punilla Valley; to the West, the adventure of touring around Los Gigantes (The Giants); to the Southwest, Traslasierra is accessed through the Altas Cumbres (High Summits) Path; whereas to the South, there appear the large dams and the well-known Calamuchita Valley.

In addition to the delightful sceneries of Villa Carlos Paz, the climate is quite pleasant year round, suitable for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, rappelling and fishing carps and silverside.

Villa Carlos Paz, Argentina

San Antonio De Areco

San Antonio de Areco is a town in northern Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, and capital of the partido of San Antonio de Areco. It is located on the Areco River 113 km (70 mi) away from the Buenos Aires city, the country's capital.

The city is the home of the Museo Gauchesco Ricardo Güiraldes. Each year in November, the city holds the Día de la Tradición (Tradition Day) gaucho celebration. Since 2001, San Antonio de Areco is sister city of Laredo, Texas in the United States.

San Antonio De Areco, Argentina

Trelew

Situated by the river Chubut, on the northwest of the province, in the incredible Argentine Patagonia, Trelew City offers important attractions.

Trelew is home to the Museum of Paleontology Egidio Feruglio, showcasing the paleontological heritage of the Patagonic region, and considered one of the most important of its kind in South America and the Astronomic and Planetary Observatory.

Also it is the centre of the touristic travels to the Central Meseta, the Valley of the Chubut River and the coast. Punta Tombo, the biggest penguin reserve in South America is accessible from the city.

Trelew, Argentina

San Juan

San Juan City features modern buildings with wide streets, attractive avenues and sidewalks with woods which provide one with beautiful natural, cultural and relaxing sites.
The region is a picturesque natural environment of mountains, streams and narrow passes that make this place the ideal one for those who want to enjoy nature.

About 240 million years San Juan was already inhabited. Its location at the foot of the Cordillera and its special terrain are incomparable tourist attractions that nature shows at ground level. Dinosaur tracks and fossils allow us to imagine what could be the planet's distant past and its former inhabitants: the large reptiles.

San Juan, Argentina