Argentina
The perfect 7 days itinerary

Argentina, the second-largest country in South America, is known for its diverse landscapes, rich culture, and vibrant cities. From the bustling streets of Buenos Aires, the 'Paris of South America', to the breathtaking natural beauty of Patagonia and the Iguazu Falls, Argentina offers a wealth of experiences for every traveler. Let's embark on a 7-day journey through this captivating country.

What to do in Argentina?

This 7 days itinerary is the perfect guide to the best things to see in Argentina. It includes day-by-day activities, travel tips, and the top places to visit.

Day 1: Discovering Buenos Aires

Morning

Start your day in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. Visit the iconic Obelisco and the historic Plaza de Mayo, home to the Casa Rosada, the presidential palace. Explore the colorful neighborhood of La Boca, known for its vibrant houses and the famous Caminito street.

Afternoon

Visit the Recoleta Cemetery, the final resting place of many notable Argentinians, including Eva Perón. Spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the upscale neighborhood of Recoleta, known for its French-style architecture and chic boutiques.

Evening

Enjoy a traditional Argentine dinner followed by a Tango show, a must-do experience in Buenos Aires.


Day 2: Exploring Buenos Aires' Culture and Cuisine

Morning

Visit the MALBA (Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires), which houses an impressive collection of Latin American art. Then, head to the San Telmo Market, where you can find a variety of antiques, crafts, and local food.

Afternoon

Take a cooking class and learn how to make traditional Argentine dishes, such as empanadas and asado.

Evening

Dine at a parrilla (steakhouse) and try Argentina's world-renowned beef.


Day 3: Day Trip to Tigre

Morning

Take a day trip to Tigre, a charming town located on the Parana Delta. Enjoy a boat tour of the delta and visit the Puerto de Frutos, a lively market selling local crafts and produce.

Afternoon

Visit the Museo de Arte de Tigre, a beautiful art museum housed in a former casino. Take a stroll along the Paseo Victoria, a picturesque promenade along the river.

Evening

Return to Buenos Aires and relax for the evening.


Day 4: Travel to Bariloche

Morning

Fly to Bariloche, a city in the Patagonia region known for its Swiss-style architecture and beautiful lakeside setting. Visit the Centro Cívico, the city's main square, and the Museo de la Patagonia, which provides an insight into the region's history and culture.

Afternoon

Take a cable car to the top of Cerro Otto for stunning views of the surrounding lakes and mountains.

Evening

Enjoy a meal at one of Bariloche's many restaurants, known for their game meats and locally brewed beers.


Day 5: Exploring the Natural Beauty of Bariloche

Morning

Take a boat tour of the Nahuel Huapi Lake, surrounded by snow-capped mountains. Visit the Arrayanes Forest, known for its unique cinnamon-colored trees.

Afternoon

Hike in the Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi, home to diverse wildlife and stunning landscapes.

Evening

Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Bariloche.


Day 6: Travel to Iguazu Falls

Morning

Fly to Puerto Iguazu, the gateway to the Iguazu Falls. Visit the Parque das Aves, a bird park home to many species of birds, butterflies, and reptiles.

Afternoon

Explore the Iguazu National Park and marvel at the breathtaking Iguazu Falls, one of the world's largest and most impressive waterfall systems.

Evening

Enjoy a quiet evening in Puerto Iguazu.


Day 7: Exploring Iguazu Falls

Morning

Take a boat tour to get up close to the falls. Visit the Devil's Throat, the largest and most spectacular of the falls.

Afternoon

Take a jungle trek in the Iguazu National Park and discover the region's diverse flora and fauna.

Evening

Return to Buenos Aires for your departure.


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