Getting Around Argentina
Given its size, most itineraries in Argentina include domestic flights that take several hours. Buenos Aires to Iguazú Falls takes 2 hours by plane (or 18 hours by bus for adventurous travelers with some time to spare), while the flight from Buenos Aires to El Calafate is 3 hours and 15 minutes.
Renting a car and setting off on a road trip is also a great way to explore Argentina. Most travelers stick to regions for their road trips, and fly between regions.
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There's no better starting point to get to Los Glaciares National Park than the Patagonian city of El Calafate. Sitting on the coast of the massive, turquoise Lake Argentino, El... read more
Argentine Patagonia is an enormous region that stretches from the Colorado River all the way down to the southern tip of the continent. The best way to reach Argentine Patagonia... read more
Located on the other side of the La Plata River, Colonia del Sacramento (often called simply Colonia) is only 33 miles (53 km) from Buenos Aires. Two ferry companies make the... read more
San Antonio de Areco, known for its estancias (ranches) and gaucho culture, is about 1,280 miles (2,060 km) away from El Calafate in southern Patagonia. Because San Antonio is a... read more