In the heart of the country, Cordoba treasures the Jesuit legacy as testimony to Colonial times. A vibrant and dynamic city with its churches, museums, shopping malls, “peñas” and bars, frequented day and night by a large youthful public. Barrio Güemes, near the center of the city, is a bohemian area with antique dealers and artisans.
The most visited tourist venue on the Atlantic coast. The waves and wind there have transformed it into a refuge for surfers. Offering quite interesting cuisine provides you the perfect setting to enjoy a picturesque postcard view of the life in the city.
Mendoza is a beautiful city at the foot of the Andes, in a region well known for its wine production. Its numerous parks make it attractive for activities on foot. It is very close to "Las Leñas", one of the best ski resorts in the country, and also near Aconcagua mountain, the highest in America and a favorite of climbers.
Salta is the ideal starting point for a tour of the northwest, where life has a different rhythm; a region of mountains, valleys, gorges and the magnificent Andes mountain range. Cafayate, to the south, is known for its multicolored hills and the exquisite taste of the Torrontés wine, a unique variety in the world.
Located in northwestern Argentina. This small province is popularly known as the Garden of the Republic because of its abundant vegetation and outstanding weather year-round. Tucumán has numerous protected natural areas and forests that remain nearly untouched, walking archaeological circuits and Jesuitic trails & the Calchaquí Valleys.