Asado, soccer, tango, mate, Malbec, dulce de leche, choripán, the Obelisco. We are all that, but we are much more than that.
The coffee shop round the corner, a non-negotiable: time to be shared with friends, Sundays spent with the family, the avenue that never sleeps, the rock nights.
Endless Pampean plains, gauchos, festivals in villages, folklore.
The Patagonia, remote and mysterious, and the North, sunny and colorful. The forest, the desert, the highest peak in the Americas and the End of the World; different personality and character traits have settled in these landscapes and climates.
Warm, fun, outgoing, friendly, passionate. These are some of the words used to describe the way we are.
We are all that, but we are much more than that.
It is part of our essence to be a country with open doors that hosted thousands of immigrants who chose to settle down at the South end of the South Hemisphere. And that also gives a warm welcome to world travelers and tourists.
Welcome to Argentina
The best times to visit
The best time to visit Buenos Aires is from April-June (fall) or from September-December (spring). These sweet shoulder seasons usher in mild temperatures, thin crowds, and colorful foliage. Fall and spring also boast reasonable hotel prices. During January and February—Buenos Aires’ summertime and peak tourist season—crowds as well as hotel room rates start to swell. While this season remains a popular time to visit, temperatures often rise into the 90s and a muggy heat hangs in the air. The off-season starts in June and ends in August and is usually filled with rainy days, cold winter temps, and few tourists.