The Argentina Prep Guide: Prepare for Your Trip to Argentina

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We have recently published a new guidebook to Argentina available for the Amazon Kindle called The Argentina Prep Guide: Prepare for Your Trip to Argentina. This guide is designed to help you prepare your travel plans to Argentina and also give you actionable advice while you are in the country. Please read below for more information!

What this guide is and isn’t

This guide is designed to give you a great overview of the places you will most likely visit on your trip to Argentina. Planning a trip can be daunting, so we have broken down the country to the most likely places you will visit and have provided actionable information on how to make the most of your time in said places. What we have done with this guide is gutted out all the fat, making it easier to focus on the most common places to visit in Argentina and get the most out of them. Lets face it, most people will have two weeks at most to travel around Argentina leaving them with only a few place to visit. We cover the must visit places, breaking it down to give you great options to choose from in your travel preparations.

Who this guide is for and who it isn’t for

This guide is designed for someone coming to Argentina for their first time on a trip of around 2 weeks. It provides great information to help in the planning of a trip and also actionable information while in Argentina.

This guide is not designed for someone who plans on traveling Argentina for an extended period. We are honest when we say a Lonely Planet or Fodor’s would be a better bet for a backpacker traveling around, who needs to know about hostels in a middle of nowhere town in Entre Rios Province.

In this guide you will find great information on where to stay, where to eat and what to do in the following Argentina destinations:

  • Mendoza Province
  • Salta and Jujuy Region
  • Bariloche and the Lake District
  • El Calafate and El Chaltén Region
  • Iguazú Falls
  • Puerto Madryn
  • The Atlantic Coast
  • Tierra del Fuego
  • Cordoba Province
  • Rosario
  • Buenos Aires

A European-influenced capital city and busy Atlantic coast beach resorts, tropical rainforests and towering glaciers, rolling mountains and vast savannahs, wine lands and rivers. Argentina’s attractions are varied and celebrated in style. Argentina stretches from the southernmost point of Bolivia to literally the end of the world and is both one of the longest and most assorted destinations on the planet. Whatever your pleasure, you are certain to find it here, from adrenalin-induced adventure sports to wine and culinary tours, political lessons to historical trails.
You will already have heard about the capital city, Buenos Aires, with its confident swagger, relentless party lifestyle and Tango culture. Yet, what about the rest of the world’s eighth-largest country? Take time to explore the towns and cities of its most celebrated provinces. Take a wine tasting tour of the Mendoza vineyards or join a trek of Aconcagua, the America’s tallest mountain. Explore the colonial towns of Salta, take a train ride through the clouds and marvel at a seven-colored hill in Purmamarca, Jujuy.

Head to Bariloche and discover vast placid lakes, and Swiss architecture and chocolate. Gaze in awe at the thundering waters of Iguazú Falls or visit Ushuaia, the city at the end of the world. In Puerto Madryn you can spot penguins and southern right whales whilst in El Calafate you can walk atop a giant ice glacier. Join Argentines at their treasured Atlantic beach resorts, such as Mar del Plata and Pinamar. Go to a German beer festival in Villa General Belgrano, Córdoba, or visit Rosario, which is the birthplace of local hero and revolutionist Che Guevara.

It is all included in this preparation guide to Argentina!

Pick up The Argentina Prep Guide: Prepare For Your Trip to Argentina for only $6.47 now!

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