Argentina Tourist Attractions
The Teatro Colón is the pride of the Argentinian culture and a standard for opera, ballet and classical music across the world. If you don't have time to watch a concert, make sure not to miss its backstage tours which run daily.
Lose yourself for hours in this labyrinthine city for the dead. Statues, sarcophagi, coffins and crypts commemorate some of Argentina’s most celebrated sons and daughters, not least Eva Peron. Free tours in English are available at 11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Don’t forget to pick up a map at the entrance!
Read more: www.recoletacemetery.com
Sundays should be reserved for the San Telmo Market, a sprawling antique and flea market which meanders from the Plaza Dorrego through the rough-and-tumble bohemian San Telmo neighbourhood. As well as trinkets, vintage clothing and souvenirs, the market boasts street performers and all sorts of eateries.
Read more: www.turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar
At The End of the World
Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, is the gateway to the Antartic, a base for winter sports and situated on the shores of the Beagle Channel, made famous by Darwin.
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Iguazu National Park is a recognised UNESCO World Heritage Site for its conservation of the spectacular waterfall system, rivers and rich biodiversity.