Natural marvels are dispersed all over the country, which is why it is not so difficult to arrange an exciting sightseeing tour around.
Skipping Buenos Aires (as it is the most discussed and known city in Argentina), I’d like to start with Bariloche that is more of travel value rather than major administrative center. In very deed, it is the largest town in the region of Lake Nahuel Huapi and the major transport hub, from which many ways to the north and in neighboring Chile are scattered. All the tourists who head to Barilocheare to go on the “Small Circle» (Circuto chico) ride. This route offers numerous attractions and just beautiful places around the lake. Its length is about 27 miles, a little more “advanced” – 36.
One of the best resort towns of Argentina is Salta, hiding under the crowns of exotic trees, thus, is unforgettable for its picturesque and beautiful places. Its story comes through in the walls of old buildings, which became an object of foreigners’ interest decades ago. Salta was founded in 1582, and at first it was just a holiday destination on the long road of trade caravans, following from Lima to Buenos Aires.
Argentine Cordoba, carrying a Spanish name, has got it thanks to a valiant conquistador Jerónimo Luis de Cabrera. Regardless, it is a unique town, surrounded by lush vegetation, glistening on the sun and reflected by colored roofs, cozy farmhouse and famous historical monuments. Especially, city is known for Jesuits’ period mirrored in architecture of Cordoba, on the homes of its inhabitants, straight streets, crowned with stunning cathedrals and churches, the oldest of which – Companions of Jesus Temple. And the very time to visit Cordoba is during local festivals, often dedicated to corn harvests, beer and folk music of the Argentine.