Argentina special: how to make the most out of your trip to Buenos Aires and Argentina; great discounts for bookings till December 15th.

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Argentina is a country rich with culture and its landscape is incredibly diverse. For this reason, choosing to travel to Argentina will be one of the most extraordinary trips of your life. It can also be difficult to prepare for your trip because of the many options. Although we cannot tell you what to pack in your suitcase (It highly depends on what you plan to do while in Argentina!) we can help ease the trip preparing chaos by suggesting five easy steps to follow.
Read on to get travel preparation tips from Dos Manos!
 
With its world-renown wines and breathtaking landscape, choosing to travel in Argentina has something for everyone in the family. In particular, the Cuyo region of Argentina makes for a perfect place to travel. For the wine lovers, it is a top-tier wine tour destination with perfect weather. For the outdoor enthusiasts, its diverse terrain boasts both mountains and plains, so it is perfect for numerous activities and excursions. Book a bodega tour for one day and a rafting adventure for the next! The possibilities are endless, but what's important is that everyone in the family is happy!
Read on about visiting to the Cuyo region of Argentina!
In case you need more of a reason to visit Argentina than the fact that it has magnificent beaches, perfect weather, and a rich culture and history, well, you got it! Based on two separate studies, Argentina's capital city, Buenos Aires, is one of the most livable, entertaining cities in the world! Its stable political atmosphere, excellent public services, and active nightlife make this city a well-rounded vacation destination!
Continue reading to hear more about this fantastic city!
 
Argentine gauchos are famous for roaming the vast countryside or pampas on horseback looking after their livestock. You might think that these cowboys are a thing of the past, but they are still around today and the estancias or ranches where they used to live and raise their livestock are not to be missed. If you want to experience what life would be like as a traditional Argentine gaucho visiting an estancia in Argentina is definitely for you.
Read on to learn more about visiting an estancia in the Argentine pampas!
 
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Iguazu Falls
The famous Iguazu Falls form the border between Argentina and Brazil. Tourists from all over the world flock to see this magnificent sight.
 
Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is an ancient Incan site located in the mountains near Cusco, Peru. It was discovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
 
Glaciers in Patagonia
Patagonia encompasses the southernmost part of Argentina and Chile and it boasts some amazing glaciers. These glaciers are the largest, except those found in Antarctica, found in the southern hemisphere.
 
 
 
 
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