Argentina is one of the world's top beef producers, and their grass-fed steak is fantastic. The people have a passion for eating, and the options extend well beyond the beef.
Argentina is the world's 6th largest producer of wine. For an amazing experience, explore the wine hills of Mendoza with a glass of Malbec.
Buenos Aires is the most visited city in South America. It is a wonderful blend of culture, food, dance, and art. The city has a strong influence of western Europe.
Iguazu is a can't-miss destination if visiting Argentina. Iguazu is at the border of Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. The falls are larger than Niagara. If going, make sure to check out Devil's Throat, which is on the Argentinian side of the falls and guests can walk right up to experience just how massive it is.
Patagonia refers to the southernmost region of South America, spanning across Argentina and Chile. Visitors travel here to experience the outdoors while hiking the Andes, viewing wildlife, and playing in the rivers.