There's tango and gauchos, of course. But there's also mucho más, che! The big-sky country of Patagonia, Mendoza wine country, skiing at Bariloche. And of course there's Buenos Aires, one of the world's great metropoli.

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At mighty Iguazu Falls, Argentina & Brazil share the glory

What’s it like to be in the presence of the world’s largest waterfalls system? Well, in three words: wet, wild, and wonderful. These wonders of nature formed as the Iguazú River hurtles off the Paraná Plateau in the form of hundreds of waterfalls, at a rate of 1,500 square metres (gallons) per second, mark the local border between Argentina’s Misiones state and Brazil’s Paraná state (with Paraguay’s Ciudad del Este right nearby, as well). And let me tell you, these pictures don’t even do them…

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Tango dancing/guest ranches cited in 'Romantic Valentine's Day Activities In/Near 26 Iberia Destinations'

Sure, going out for an intimate dinner à deux is pretty much everyone's default on this day for lovers. But to make Valentine's Day extra special, seek out an experience that will make it truly memorable for years to come. High and low, on land and water, laid-back and high-adrenaline; simple and elaborate; cheap and pricey - there's something here for every couple! read post

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5 terrific traditional cafés of Buenos Aires

Argentina's capital is one of those cities where cafe-going is something of an art. Ordering a coffee, tea, wine, or beer - or without a pastry or snack - and settling in amid homely, old-timey surroundings with a good book or for a chat with friends is a favourite pastime of Porteños. Which means café culture has a longstanding pedigree, and if you want to see how many locals truly live, consider stopping by one or more of these classics for a spell: read post

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