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christy3
post Aug 23 2010, 05:25 PM
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Hey guys what are some great cities/places to visit in Argentina?? I am planning a trip and would love to have some places mapped out before I go!

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post Aug 24 2010, 07:16 AM
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Hi! To help you let me know hoy many weeks are you staying, which months and your way of travelling. Argentina has many places with different options.


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Hey guys what are some great cities/places to visit in Argentina?? I am planning a trip and would love to have some places mapped out before I go!

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post Aug 24 2010, 04:46 PM
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Hey I'm planning for 2 weeks in December. How is the weather there during that month? I don't know. :/


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post Aug 24 2010, 04:54 PM
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Hi, the weather is perfect. The 21 of December our summer starts, son in this month itīs very nice without so much hot as in january and february. Perhaps you need a light jacket for some nights, but no much more than that.

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Hey I'm planning for 2 weeks in December. How is the weather there during that month? I don't know. :/

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QUOTE(culturacercana @ Aug 24 2010, 04:54 PM) *

Hi, the weather is perfect. The 21 of December our summer starts, son in this month itīs very nice without so much hot as in january and february. Perhaps you need a light jacket for some nights, but no much more than that.

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Hey I'm planning for 2 weeks in December. How is the weather there during that month? I don't know. :/




Ohhh great! Summer in December! How lovely! smile.gif Can you tell me some places I could visit? I hear Argentina has beautiful waterfalls and nature!


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post Aug 24 2010, 05:15 PM
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Also, what cities are the best for me to visit? Other than Buenos Aires of course smile.gif


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post Aug 24 2010, 07:54 PM
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In two weeks I would visit 4 destinations in order to visit as much as possible without running. If you want to see different landscapes and culture, the must sees are the Iguazú falls, Calafate, Salta or Mendoza and Buenos Aires of course.

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Also, what cities are the best for me to visit? Other than Buenos Aires of course smile.gif

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QUOTE(culturacercana @ Aug 24 2010, 07:54 PM) *

In two weeks I would visit 4 destinations in order to visit as much as possible without running. If you want to see different landscapes and culture, the must sees are the Iguazú falls, Calafate, Salta or Mendoza and Buenos Aires of course.

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Also, what cities are the best for me to visit? Other than Buenos Aires of course smile.gif



Thanks I will do some research on those! By any chance would I be able to catch a futbol game when I'm there?


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post Aug 26 2010, 07:11 AM
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Feel free to contact me if you need further help or info. As regards futbol, the tournament finishes the 12th of December. All the best , Luciano


Thanks I will do some research on those! By any chance would I be able to catch a futbol game when I'm there?
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Heya, well... it's a big big BIG country so there is plenty to see! Hard to give recommendations as it totally depends on your interests.

There are some good guides on a few places here:
http://www.catchthelingo.com/destinations

Apart from that, have you checked out the Lonely Planet website?

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IF U RE PLANING TO GO TO MENDOZA I RECOMEND YOU TO HIRE A MOTORBIKE AND GO TO CACHEUTA MOUNTAIN, ALSO IN A SCOOTER YOU CAN DO BOTH WINE TOURS IN ONE DAY AND NOT CYCLIING IN THE HOT SUMMER OF MENDOZA.
IS A VERY GOOD IDEA!!
MENDOZA HAS A LOT OF GOOD THINGS TO DO!
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Good to know! thanks for the info
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Argentina people are a mix of diverse national and ethnic groups.Argentina's population Catholic.
in the Argentina people are most of from Europe .
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