Argentina’s beauty lies in its stunning natural landscapes, which really capture your heart. The passionate culture doesn’t harm the experience of holidays in Argentina either, and the wonderfully low prices make holidays in Argentina absolutely irresistible.
The vast, open landscapes of Argentina are perfect for walking, trekking and mountaineering holidays. The Andean Lake District, Patagonia and the Sierra de la Ventana near Buenos Aires are absolutely breath-taking places to take a walking holiday in Argentina, and information about Argentina’s best walking routes are easily available. There is also some excellent rock climbing and mountaineering in the Sierra de la Ventana, although it is highly testing climbing, suitable only for experienced mountaineers.
White water rafting is also fantastically popular on holidays to Argentina. Water sports actually thrive throughout the country, with excellent scuba diving in Patagonia, fishing in the many lakes and rivers around the Parana River and sailing on the River Plate.
The Andes Mountain range of Argentina are a fantastic asset for anyone looking for skiing holidays in Argentina. The deep powder in Argentina skiing resorts including Penitentes, Chapelco and Las Lenas are wonderful for skiing in Argentina, and the extraordinary scenery, deep forests and rough slopes makes Argentina skiing holidays an absolute delight for experienced skiers.
Buenos Aires in Central Argentina is amazingly European, yet there is an undeniably South American flavour, with brightly coloured houses and timeless restaurants. Vibrant and exciting, Buenos Aires is a beautiful place to be at any time of year. Anyone worried about being hassled whilst being on holiday in Argentina can rest assured that they won’t be in Buenos Aires.
The Patagonia region lies in the south of Argentina, and runs across the border into Chile. Stretching between the Atlantic Ocean and the mighty Andes, Patagonia is a beautifully wild region of semi-arid plateaus, staggering canyons and enormous glaciers. You can happily loose yourself for many weeks exploring the wildernesses of Patagonia, and if you are looking to really escape, an Argentina holiday rental in Patagonia is an ideal option.
Argentina is a huge country, and the climate is hugely varied. It is advised that you find information about Argentina’s individual regions before you travel, as regional climates vary from subtropical conditions to very cold in the south. The central swamps and savannas receive a good deal of rain by South American standards, but the summer heat can be draining.
The main airport connecting Argentina toEuropeis the Aeropuerto Internacional Ezeiza (EZE) just outside Buenos Aires. British Airways provide regular, direct flights to Ezeiza from London Heathrow (LHR), meaning a holiday rental property in Argentina isn’t nearly as far away as you might think.