From the cowboys of the pampas to the tango dancers of Buenos Aires, Argentina offers an alluring and varied culture. The country lies east of Chile and occupies much of the southernmost part of South America.
Visits here might include a stop at world-renowned Iguassu Falls, a grand series of nearly 300 waterfalls. The cascades sit on the border of Argentina and Brazil, with the bulk of the falls on the Argentina side.
You'll likely spend time in Buenos Aires, a bustling port city on the country's eastern coast, and see its Metropolitan Cathedral, Plaza de Mayo and Recoleta Cemetery, burial site of Eva Peron. Many stops in the capital also include a tango performance and perhaps even a lesson. Taste locally made chocolate in the mountain town of Bariloche and sample wines in Mendoza.