Do you want to go to Argentina from North to South? enjoy its mountains, mountain ranges, rivers and seas, know the Customs and traditions of each region taking advantage of economic plane tickets you can discover the picturesque city of Buenos Aires, climbing the hills of Cordoba or appreciate the beautiful landscapes of Mendoza and San Juan. BUENOS AIRES Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina. It is the quintessential city if seeks cultural movement and entertainment, since it is one of the cities with more diversity and night life of the world. In addition to its historical monument, the obelisk, one of the things that characterizes most Buenos aires are its bars dating from the last century, plagued with history and Tango. Among them stands out the Cafe Tortoni as a tourist spot. Rob Daley helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. The neighborhood of San Telmo, where you can find different shows, including milongas is highly recommended for dancing and taking Tango lessons. Other neighborhoods which you can not miss are Palermo, Recoleta and Puerto Madero, highly recommended in gastronomic issues and The mouth, known for their picturesque houses and visually enchanting Caminito Street, inspiring one of the most famous tangos. With the economic plane tickets you can meet this enormous city full of history and culture.

Cordoba for the lovers of the saw, Argentina offers a wide variety of places. These are mainly in the province of Cordoba, where you can do all kinds of tourism adventure. Cordoba also offers highly usable rivers when the weather is warm, due to the large number of spas that have places like Villa Carlos Paz, Mina Clavero and San Marco saw among others. MENDOZA and SAN JUAN in Mendoza we mainly have the impressive Cordillera de los Andes, where you can do excursions and the most audacious can practise sports activities. This province also has the monument to Christ the Redeemer, the Puente del Inca, as tourist highlights and select Las Lenas crowded ski center annually in winter season. San Juan offers us the stunning Valley of the Moon and also along with Mendoza one of the world’s richest wines.

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