Vacation Rentals in Argentina

Argentina Local Information and Area Highlights

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Planning to vacation in Argentina? If so, you'll have lots of decision making to do. Do you want to dance the tango? Explore archaeology and history? Ride on the Pampas? Watch football? Your Argentina vacation rental can answer all these questions and more with a resounding “yes!”

Argentina Football (a.k.a. Soccer)

There is a true passion running through the veins of Argentineans, and its name is football. It touches the lives of the people of Argentina from generation to generation. Its national league is made up of twenty teams, taking part in both national and international events, mostly scheduled on a Sunday. In Buenos Aires alone, there are seventeen stadiums built for a capacity of at least 40,000 fans. The Association for Argentinean Football (AFA) governs men’s, women’s, and youth teams. Catch a game and catch the fever! But just as Argentineans are passionate about sports, you too can be passionate about your Argentina vacation -- thanks to the impressively beautiful Argentina vacation rentals found here!

Vacation Spots in Argentina

The Andes region of Argentina is referred to as the Cuyo region. Visit Mendoza for four excellent ski resorts, and its major wine production and vineyards. San Juan is a modern city with quite a stunning view of the mountains, and 25 de Mayo Square in its center, which is activity central with shopping, cafes, and nightclubs. In the La Rioja province, the majestically red formations of Talampaya Canyon attract vacationers. Villa de Merlo has beautiful views such as the Pasos Malos and the Mirador del la Amistad.

Northwest is the land in Argentina of mountains, valleys, and volcanoes. A prominent place for vacationers to tour is La Quebrada de Humahuaca, Humanity Heritage-designated by UNESCO, where the Seven Colors Hill is brightly in view, and the Jujuy province is a hotbed of indigenous traditions. The Train to the Clouds in Salta province combines innovative engineering with gorgeous mountainous landscapes. San Miguel de Tucumán has historical and archaeological interests to pursue.

Mesopotamia is encircled by the Iguazú, Paraná, and Uruguay rivers. It is home to the astounding Iguazú Falls, with neighbors of bamboo, palm, and fern forests, along with the bright colors of flora, parrots, and macaws. El Palmar National Park preserves the yatay species; these palm trees are 800 years old and produce a juicy, tasty orange fruit. San Ignacio Miní is an extremely well preserved Jesuit mission that was decorated by Guaraní artisans, with museum tours by day and showing a night light show for visitors.

The green grass plain of the Pampas region, with wheat, sunflower, and corn, leads to the part-legend, part-real world of the gaucho. There is a wonderful choice of ranches and residences in which to spend your vacation, be it in colonial, French, or British-style. The Lihuel Calel National Park features the archaeological rock paintings of Valle de las Pinturas, a great variety of flora and native fauna, and unstable rocks on the hillsides.

Patagonia stretches the senses with the vastness of landscape variety and temperature extremes. Enjoy the glacier hiking available, and visit the mighty Perito Moreno Glacier, over 3 miles long and over 250 feet tall. Lanín Volcano is one of the newer volcanoes of the Andes and a lovely mountain; those who challenge themselves to ascend to the summit will encounter ice and snow for the most part. Cerro Bayo provides skiing lovers with a 2,460-foot vertical drop and an elevation of over one mile.

Buenos Aires, Argentina blends European architecture with the modern culture of Argentina. Visit the birthplace of the tango, and catch a show featuring tango music and dance. Cuisine choices include a superior quality of meat found in Argentina, as well as a wide selection of dishes from the Asian and European immigrants to Buenos Aires. A number of major sports are popular, including football(soccer), polo, and tennis matches. Take in a show at one of the city’s many theaters, and enjoy live music of all sorts at clubs. If you plan to vacation in Buenos Aires, Argentina, just know that you will not be alone -- if you stay in a hotel that is. For the comforts and privacy that will remind you of home, Argentina vacation rentals are the best way to experience the country's premier vacation detination.

The Argentinean Coastline region welcomes vacationers with truly blue waters and stunning beaches. Mar del Plata has upscale resorts, a sparkling nightlife, and great opportunities for water sports and adventure. Your oceanfront Argentina vacation rental will likely boast a view that's nothing short of breathtaking!

It's now easier than ever to vacation in Argentina! After all, look at all your affordalbe lodging choices! Although it may be challenging to choose from the many vacation spots in Argentina, it should be a no-brainer to choose an Argetina vacation rental over a hotel room. Whether you vacation in Buenos Aires, Argentina, or perhaps Barlioche, just make sure you arrive at a vacation home -- NOT a hotel! 

Sites and tours to see

Palmera de Dos Brazos (Two-Arm Palm Tree) in San Juan
Train to the Clouds in Salta province
Salta Cathedral
Cathedral of San Francisco in Catamarca province
Walking tours of Buenos Aires
Bike tours of Buenos Aires
Ranch visits
Cabildo government building in Buenos Aires
Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires
Valle de las Pinturas
Iguazú Falls
San Ignazio Miní
Seven Colors Hill