Popular resort: Buenos Aires, some people will call it the Paris of South America
We love Argentina for:
Iguazu Falls: One of the most popular destinations of South America
Weather: Argentina falls south of the equator. Summer in Buenos Aires January and February where it is very hot and humid whist winter is damp and a bit chilly. Average temperatures yearly for Argentina are 24°C (75°F) to 11°C (51°F). Ushuaia a city located at the very south of Argentina averages around 6°C throughout the year.
Culture : Many of Argentina population are immigrants. Many descended in the 19th and 20th century colonial-era settlers from Europe. Most of the European immigrants came from Italy and Spain. Resulting in 86.4% of Argentina’s population self-identify as being of European descent. Food: Some of the local dishes include empanada which is a stuffed bread or pastry usually baked or fried. The stuffing consists of a variety of meats, cheese, vegetables or sometimes fruits. Some other local dishes include chorizo (a spicy sausage) and Dulce de Leche, a sort of milk caramel jam.
The official sport of Argentina is Pato. A sport played in on a horseback similar to polo. However the most popular sport is football. Home of what many football critics will call the greatest footballer of all time Diego Maradona
Languages: The official language of Argentina is Spanish
Religion 92% of Argentineans are Christian with 1.9% Muslim and 1.3% Jewish.
The economy of Argentina is rich in natural resources. The services sector in Argentina makes up around 72% of the nations employment. Argentina has the largest wine industry outside of Europe.
Visit Iguazu Falls:
The falls border between Argentina and Brazil. The falls are made up of 250 separate falls. Taller than the Niagara Falls
Enjoy the Local Wine
Many know that Argentina produces some of the best wine in the world. Spoil yourself with the extremely low prices A decent bottle of wine will cost you around 16–20 pesos (£2–£3)
Take a visit to Mendoza a wine region and have a taste of some of the best wine and learn how it is made
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