Uncover the diverse and best-known of Argentina's landscapes - from the cosmopolitan charm of Latin America's most glamorous city, to the rugged and majestic beauty of glaciers, lakes and mountains... Read more ...
* Uncover the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires * Live like a gaucho and ride on a traditional estancia * See the mighty Iguassu falls Read more ...
A fantastic time to travel, Amazing skiing opportunities, Busy vineyards, Independent travelling at its very best, travelling to Argentina & Chile with Abercrombie & Kent Read more ...
Best time to be there
A year round destination, Argentina's climate ranges from subtropical in the north to sub arctic in the south. The best times to visit are November to March. Spring and autumn (September to November and April to May) offer pleasant, mild temperatures.
Buenos Aires - British Airways daily.
GMT -3 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever certificate required if arriving from an infected area
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Summer Ski and Self Drive
Summer is a fantastic time to travel to Chile & Argentina, with great weather, fantastic skiing opportunities and busy vineyards. Our new self-drive programme gives you greater independence, but we'll provide everything you'll need - including maps, sat nav and recommendations of places to visit - as well as booking hotels for you. A 12 day journey between April and September will cost from £3,985 per person, including flights, car hire and skiing. Subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply.
INFORMATION ABOUT ARGENTINAArgentina inspires a torrent of dazzling prose from returning guests. You've told us about learning to make empanadas under an old walnut tree beneath the Andes: an afternoon with penguins rather than humans on Valdes Peninsula followed by divine lemon meringue pie with a local family: and of galloping across the Iberá wetlands to enjoy a sundowner amongst its prolific birdlife.
On every occasion A&K's outstanding local staff enhanced your experience. Never more so than in Buenos Aires when our group's supper was plunged into darkness by a power cut. The guide's reaction? To serenade her guests with an aria from La Traviatta, earning a standing ovation from the restaurant. It later emerged she's also a soprano who has performed in many of the city's best theatres.
Suggested Argentina Accommodation Offers
Cavas Wine Lodge is set in a stunning location amid the snow–capped Andes Mountains and the fertile, green vineyards of Lujan de Cuyo only a short drive from the city of Mendoza.
Eolo sits in splendid isolation in the vast scenery of Patagonia. The lodge's well-appointed suites boast huge windows and striking views of Lago Argentino, La Anita Valley and on a good day, Torres del Paine National...
The House of Jasmines is an original 19th century colonial manor that has been totally remodelled with all the comfort and luxury of the best hotels at the foot of the Andes...
This hotel is a wonderful combination of old and contemporary, ideal for those who seek the authentic and sophisticated. Located in the trendy district of Palermo Viejo...
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The Hotels you (Charlie Lockwood) selected were superb in Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil, what a pleasure it has been to stay in the Orient Express Hotels, everyone was so helpful, the exception being the Four Seasons Hotel in Buenos Aires equally superb.
- TW, London
Children of the Rainbow
Supplies meals, medical care, education and hope for deprived children in the area surrounding the Sacred Valley of the Incas who are exposed to many risks as a result of deep poverty.
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