Tango Nights in Argentina


Exploring Argentina's Rich Tapestry

Meet Alejandro Rodriguez, a passionate blogger living in the heart of Argentina. With an unbridled love for his homeland, Alejandro shares the vibrant tapestry of Argentina through his words. From the sultry tango nights in Buenos Aires to the awe-inspiring landscapes of Patagonia, his blog unveils the essence of Argentina's rich culture and natural beauty. 

Alejandro's firsthand experiences guide readers to must-see destinations, offering a local's perspective on hidden gems and iconic landmarks. Through his lens, Argentina becomes more than a place—it's a captivating journey of discovery and connection.


Written by:  Alejandro Rodriguez




Perito Moreno Glacier, Patagonia
Witness Nature's Majesty

Nestled in Los Glaciares National Park, the Perito Moreno Glacier is a mesmerizing natural wonder.
This colossal glacier, spanning 250 square kilometers, captivates with its vibrant blue hues and dynamic ice formations.
What makes it truly exceptional is its continuous advancement, creating a stunning ice bridge. Accessible from El Calafate, visitors can fly to Comandante Armando Tola International Airport and then drive or take a bus to the glacier.



Iguazu Falls, Misiones:  Where Nature Roars

Iguazu Falls, straddling the Argentina-Brazil border, is a spectacle of raw power and beauty. With 275 individual falls cascading over the cliffs, it's a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Devil's Throat, the largest of the falls, is a heart-stopping experience.
To reach Iguazu, fly into Cataratas del Iguazu International Airport, and from there, buses or taxis can take you to the falls.

Salta's Historic Center
Colonial Charm in the Andes

Salta's historic center, surrounded by the Andes, is a treasure trove of colonial architecture.
The city's Cathedral, Plaza 9 de Julio, and the MAAM (Museum of High Altitude Archaeology) are must-visit landmarks. To reach Salta, fly into Martín Miguel de Güemes International Airport and then take a short taxi ride or bus to the city center.

Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy
Unveiling Ancient Landscapes

This UNESCO-listed valley reveals the vibrant history of pre-Incan and Incan cultures. The Hill of Seven Colors in Purmamarca is a highlight, displaying a breathtaking spectrum of hues.
To explore Quebrada de Humahuaca, fly into Gobernador Horacio Guzmán International Airport in Jujuy and then drive or take a bus to the valley.

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Buenos Aires' La Boca Neighborhood
Artistic Brilliance and Football Fervor

Known for the iconic Caminito street, La Boca is a colorful neighborhood with vibrant street art, tango performances, and the Boca Juniors football stadium.
To reach La Boca, fly into Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Buenos Aires and then take a taxi or public transport to the neighborhood.

Bariloche and Nahuel Huapi National Park
Andean Beauty and Alpine Adventures

Bariloche, nestled in the Andes, is a gateway to Nahuel Huapi National Park. The town's stunning lakes, like Nahuel Huapi and Moreno, offer water activities and breathtaking views.
Fly into San Carlos de Bariloche Airport and then take a short drive or bus to the town.

Mendoza's Vineyards
Wine Tasting in the Andes

Mendoza, at the foothills of the Andes, is Argentina's wine country. Tour the vineyards, taste exquisite Malbecs, and enjoy the backdrop of snow-capped mountains.
To reach Mendoza, fly into Governor Francisco Gabrielli International Airport and then take a short drive or bus to the city.

Cafayate's Quebrada de las Conchas
Sculpted by Time

The Quebrada de las Conchas, near Cafayate, is a geological marvel with striking rock formations like the Amphitheatre and the Devil's Throat.
To explore this natural wonder, fly into Martín Miguel de Güemes International Airport in Salta and then drive or take a bus to Cafayate.

Tierra del Fuego National Park
End of the Earth Exploration

Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost national park, offers pristine landscapes with mountains, forests, and coastal beauty. Ushuaia, the gateway, can be reached by flying into Ushuaia – Malvinas Argentinas International Airport.


    Cordoba's Jesuit Block and Estancias
Historical Legacy in the Hills

The Jesuit Block in Cordoba, a UNESCO site, encompasses historic buildings and estancias (ranches). Visit the Jesuit Church and Estancia de Caroya for a glimpse into colonial life. To explore Cordoba, fly into Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio L.V.
Taravella International Airport and then drive or take a bus to the city.






Insider's Guide
20 Local Tips for an Unforgettable Trip

Embrace the Mate Culture: Join locals in sharing mate, a traditional Argentine drink, for a taste of community.


Dive into Tango: Attend a milonga in Buenos Aires to experience the passion and elegance of tango—dancing or just observing.


Explore Patagonia's Wilderness: Discover the awe-inspiring landscapes of Patagonia, from the glaciers of Perito Moreno to the peaks of Fitz Roy.


Feast on Asado: Don't miss out on an authentic Argentine barbecue (asado) for mouthwatering meats and a true taste of local cuisine.


Wander through San Telmo: Stroll the cobblestone streets of San Telmo, Buenos Aires' historic neighborhood, known for its antique markets and tango bars.


Visit Iguazu Falls: Witness the power and beauty of Iguazu Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage site straddling the border with Brazil.


Catch a Football Match: Immerse yourself in the fervor of Argentine football by attending a match—Boca Juniors and River Plate games are legendary.


Sample Argentine Wine: Head to Mendoza for wine tasting, exploring the renowned vineyards and savoring exquisite Malbecs.


Take a Road Trip on Ruta 40: Drive along the iconic Ruta 40, one of the longest routes in the world, for diverse landscapes and small-town charm.


Visit Cafayate's Vineyards: Enjoy the unique wines of Cafayate while surrounded by stunning rock formations in the Andean foothills.


Experience Carnival in Gualeguaychu: If visiting in February, join the vibrant Carnival celebrations in Gualeguaychu for music, dance, and colorful parades.


Marvel at the Andean Lakes: Explore the picturesque lakes of the Andes, such as Lake Nahuel Huapi and Lake Traful.


Discover Street Art in Palermo: Wander through Palermo in Buenos Aires to witness vibrant street art and murals by local artists.


Learn Lunfardo: Familiarize yourself with Lunfardo, the unique Argentine slang, to better connect with locals.


Attend a Polo Match: Experience the elegance and excitement of polo by attending a match, a popular sport in Argentina.


Participate in a Peña: Join a peña, a traditional music and dance gathering, to enjoy folk performances and connect with Argentine culture.


Explore Bariloche's Chocolate Shops: Indulge your sweet tooth in Bariloche, known for its delicious chocolates and stunning alpine scenery.


Shop at Feria de Mataderos: Visit this traditional fair in Buenos Aires for folk crafts, live music, and a taste of rural Argentine culture.


Hike in Tierra del Fuego: Experience the end of the world by hiking in Tierra del Fuego National Park, surrounded by pristine nature.


Respect Siesta Time: Embrace the local custom of the siesta, especially in smaller towns, where businesses may close in the afternoon for a brief rest.





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