From the glaciers and wilderness of Patagonia and the historic streets of Buenos Aires to the rolling vineyard filled hills of Mendoza; Argentina has long been the destination of traveler dreams. The vibrant city life, natural wonders and passion filled culture has attracted travelers to this incredible country for years and never fails to disappoint.
With exclusive accommodation, high-class restaurants and unique landscapes to see in Argentina the edgy part European and part Latin American culture will sweep you off your feet leaving you wanting to come back for more.
Join us as we explore the top luxury Argentina destinations that by meeting your every need, want and desire will soon form some of your fondest travel memories!
The Lakes of Bariloche
As the queen of the Andean Lake District in Argentina, San Carlos de Bariloche is the ‘Switzerland of the Americas’. With quaint artisanal chocolate shops, Alpine architecture and breath-taking scenery, Bariloche is one of the most spectacular destinations to explore in Argentina.
No matter which time of the year you visit, during the snow covered winter wonderland, the auburn fall or the fresh spring and summer; Bariloche is always ready to impress.
The soaring snow-covered peaks and mountain lakes makes for a picture perfect landscape to enjoy while exploring the famous Seven Lakes Route or the great outdoor activities from hiking in the summer to skiing in the winter in nearby Cerro Catedral. Enjoy exploring the wilderness of the Nahuel Huapi National Park in Bariloche and simply soak up the incredible views and crisp mountain air.
The Tango Capital of Buenos Aires
Offering one of the most unique urban experiences, Argentina’s capital of Buenos Aires is a melting pot of styles, architecture and culture. The luxury of Buenos Aires can be found by exploring its different neighborhood streets on foot before soaking up the café culture and atmosphere at one of the many boutique coffee shops.
Buenos Aires is without a doubt a city of contrasts, with the colorful working-class buildings of La Boca and the chic aristocratic architecture of Recoleta with its extraordinary cemetery for Argentina’s rich and famous.
The Bohemian and artistic neighborhood of San Telmo thrives with interesting cultural activities and the trendy tree-lined streets of Palermo make for the perfect place to watch the flourishing city around you. Luxurious Buenos Aires is shown in all its glory in the gentrified dockland area of Puerto Madero, full of exclusive bars and restaurants offering romantic views of the Puente de la Mujer Bridge and docks. While exploring one of the world’s most impressive capital cities, you will come to realize why so many people have fallen in love with Buenos Aires.
The Giant Glaciers of El Calafate
As the gateway to the mind-blowing views of the Los Glaciares National Park and the towering Perito Moreno and Upsala glaciers, El Calafate never fails to impress. Named after the ‘calafate’ bush which produces a delicious and sweet Patagonian berry, your experience in El Calafate will leave you wanting to come back for more.
The must-see glacier of Perito Moreno will leave you speechless as you stare up at the huge and imposing wall of ice which is spectacular in its own right as well as being one of the only glaciers in the world that isn’t retreating.
Along the main street of the charming Patagonian town of El Calafate there are a number of great restaurants and boutique shops selling fine leather goods as well as locally produced chocolates, jellies and alfajores. Enter the spectacular world of Patagonia in Argentina through the glacial gateway of El Calafate for an unforgettable experience.
The Wines of Mendoza
Combining the cosmopolitan vibe and rural country life, Mendoza is one of the best and luxurious places to simply unwind and relax. With leafy avenues, atmospheric plazas and bustling cafes, Mendoza’s city is lively and a great place to visit. Surrounding the city is probably the main reason to visit Mendoza in the first place with its miles and miles of vineyards.
From luxurious wine lodges to boutique wineries, the spectacular pattern of the vineyards stretching as far as the eye can see until the foot of the ever-present Andes makes for a special and exclusive landscape.
Learn about the different blends, flavors and varieties of Argentinean wines before taking a much needed rest in exclusive accommodation located in the wine valleys of Luján de Cuyo and Maipú. Sip some of the world’s best wines, especially the famous Malbec wine while discovering this luxurious region of sunshine and wine at the foot of the Andes Mountains.
The Wildlife of Puerto Madryn
The second largest fishing port in Argentina, Puerto Madryn is also the ecological gem of Península Valdés. Although the summer climate is similar to that of Buenos Aires, the main reason for visiting Puerto Madryn is to spot the giants of the ocean, whales!
From June to mid-December the migrating whales take center stage especially from July to September where they come so close to the shore you can see them from the town’s pier!
This small, sheltered town facing Golfo Nuevo was founded by Welsh settlers in 1886 giving the town a unique identity and history to explore. There is plenty of Puerto Madryn wildlife to explore from the large whales, sea lions and dolphins at sea, to a wide variety of birds and small waddling penguins that walk alongside you. Surround yourself in the luxury of the wildlife on display in Puerto Madryn within the Península Valdés UNESCO World Heritage Site for a special and everlasting Patagonian experience.
The City at the End of the World: Ushuaia
As the Andes Mountains disappear into the sea, the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia with its colorful houses and icy Beagle Channel shoreline can be explored. The city of Ushuaia is in the region of the Tierra del Fuego and is dramatically situated between snow-covered mountains and fronted by the sea giving it an incredible landscape to soak up. Ushuaia may not share the same Alpine beauty as Bariloche but it has a certain rugged beauty lining the famous Beagle Channel which was once an important sea passage as well as providing unique opportunities to watch the wide variety of seabirds.
The town of Ushuaia and its luxurious accommodation will keep you warm from the frothing waves and gales which add to the end of the world feel to this isolated and historic town.
As well as being able to say you’ve visited the southernmost town in the world, there are a number of outdoor activities to enjoy; from hiking and skiing to sailing and kayaking. Ushuaia’s location is matched by few and along with its luxurious services; Ushuaia is an exceptional, one of its kind experience.