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Tourism in Argentina, 10 Reasons to Visit Argentina

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Tourism in Argentina, 10 Reasons to Visit Argentina. Located in South America, Argentina is a country of historical, touristic, cultural and geographical importance. Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, and Uruguay. For its beautiful landscapes and cultural heritage, Argentina is getting a large number of tourists during the year. The countries that visited Argentina the most; Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, United States and Canada.

10 reasons to visit Argentina, which is famous for its natural beauties as well as its carnivals.

1. Recoleta Cemetery

Recoleta Cemetery

Argentina Recoleta Cemetery, located in the famous Recoleta neighborhood in Buenos Aires, is considered one of the leading tourist sites in Buenos Aires. Neo-classical gates with tall Greek columns are made up of 19th and 20th century cemetery art, various architectural styles, detailed monument graves and sculptures.

2. Iguazu Waterfall and National Park

Iguazu Waterfall

Located in a region north of Argentina, south-west of Brazil and east of Paraguay, Iguazu Falls is one of the most beautiful, largest and most popular waterfalls in the world. This waterfall constitutes the border of Brazil and Argentina. Do not come back without seeing this waterfall of 80 m high and 3 km wide. Many surveys among travelers have been selected as one of the world’s 7 Wonders of Nature. The waterfall and its surroundings were protected in 1984. More than 2000 plant species have been discovered in Iguazu National Park. Also there are animal species such as jaguar, tiger, giant antler and Brazilian sea otter.

3. Plaza de Mayo

Plaza de Mayo

Plaza de Mayo is the famous square of the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires. This square has a very important place for the history of Argentina. 25 May 1810 In fact, the Argentine people declared their independence in this square.

4. The Hill of Seven Colors

The Hill of Seven Colors

The Quebrada de Humahuaca Valley, also known as Argentina’s Jujuy city, or seven-colored hilltop, is in a great geographical position with a tectonic stream. This hill takes on different colors from time to time. Located in a very arid region, this hill was listed by UNESCO in 2003 on the list of Cultural and Natural Assets.

5. Malba

Malba

Malba, or the Museum of Modern Art, located on Figueroa Alcorta Street in the Palermo region of Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, opened on September 21, 2001. There are many works in the museum. It is a museum of the most beautiful art collections in the world. Here you should definitely visit Frida and the many works of famous love Diego Rivera.

6. Columbus Theatre

Columbus Theatre

Teatro Colon, or Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital, or Columbus Theater, is the most beautiful and most popular of Latin American operas. According to National Geographic, it is even the third best concert hall in the world. Apart from that, it is among the top 5 concert venues in the world because of its enormous acoustics.

7. Bariloche

Bariloche

This city is popular with its natural beauty. Geography resembles the Swiss Alps, a magnificent city with magnificent mountains, wonderful forests, parks and gardens.

8. La Boca

La Boca

La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina is a region where workers live. Colorful houses are striking examples of the independent nature of La Boca residents. Most of the colorful  houses are near the harbor. Other attractions include La Bombonera, where many tango clubs and Italian fancies as well as the famous football club Boca Juniors are located.

9. Cordoba

Cordoba

There are many tourist buildings to visit here. Although the city is actually an industrial city, because of the history of the colony, it is home to many tourist attractions here. Visit the museums, churches, parks and gardens that are in the city if you are here

10. Mendoza

Mendoza

As for Mendoza, wine comes first. You can find here the best quality wine of the world. The vineyards in every part of the city are welcoming you. You can also visit sights such as Independence Square, the General San Martín Park, the Founder Museum and the Spanish Park in the city.

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