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Flights to Argentina

Tango dancers in Caminito, Buenos Aires

Football-mad, tango-crazy and brimming with unique cultural sights: a trip to Argentina could offer you the holiday of a lifetime. operates regular flights to Argentina from a range of major worldwide hubs - so wherever you live, you could be stepping on a flight to Argentina sooner than you might think. From the cosmopolitan streets of Buenos Aires to the stunning vistas of the Pampas offered from Cordoba, Argentina is a traveller's dream - so start searching for flights to Argentina today.

Tango dancers in Caminito, Buenos Aires

Travelling in Argentina

Argentina shares its western border with Chile, while Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay lie to the north and east. As a result, Argentina's vast size means that it is home to many varied climates and geographic landscapes.

In the extreme south, you'll find the Patagonian desert - a barren, glacial wonderland. Head northwards and you'll witness the delights of another of Argentina's deserts - the cactus-littered Andean Northwest region. In between these two extremes, you'll get to explore a veritable maze of travel sights in Argentina: take a trip to the picturesque Iguacu Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage site, or survey the serene plains of the Pampas.

Argentina is a vibrant country that's full of life - so wherever you go, you'll find plenty to see and do. Buenos Aires, Argentina's busy capital, offers shopaholics a bit of retail relief, while night owls will adore the city's array of clubs and bars. Winter sports lovers will want to get their claws into the leading ski resorts in Argentina, and gastro-tourists should not miss the wine-producing regions of Mendoza and San Juan or the succulent beef that can be sampled across the country.

Neuquen Iguazu Rio Gallegos
Neuquen Iguazu Rio Gallegos


Buenos Aires
Argentina's bustling port capital houses many attractive and diverse neighbourhoods - from the newly developed waterfront region of Puerto Madero to the restaurants and upscale boutiques of La Boca. Take a walk along the promenade of Palermo and absorb the city's street life at your leisure.
Argentina's second-largest city, Cordoba resides in the very heart of the Pampas and is surrounded by spectacular valley scenery. Travellers in the city will love its distinctive colonial buildings and churches, built in the 17th and 18th centuries.
It might be Argentina's smallest province but Tucuman is one of its most scenically unique, lying in the Andean Northwest region. Visit the city of San Miguel de Tucuman to see some of the most important historic sites in Argentina.
El Calafate
The ice trekker's home, El Calafate is Patagonia's fastest growing city, with tourists flocking to visit the Lago Argentina and its unique glacial landscapes. Be sure to visit the Perito Moreno Glacier 50 miles away - one of Argentina's most popular attractions.