Most Argentina hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Want a stress-free start to your getaway? By bundling your hotel and flight bookings and creating an Argentina Vacation Package, you’ll save precious time and dollars. With 6342 hotels starting at $76 a night to choose from, and extras like car rental and tours to add to your package, vacation planning couldn’t be easier. Love the idea of seeing a professional tango performance or sampling some Argentine wine? Make sure your booking includes one or two of our fantastic tours.
Day 1-3: You’ll most likely fly into Ezeiza International Airport in the cosmopolitan capital of Buenos Aires. As you head into the city, keep a look out for the iconic Obelisco monument. The Casa Rosada, the pink-hued palace that houses the offices of the Argentine president, is also an impressive sight.
Day 4-5: You can’t visit Argentina without experiencing Iguazú Falls. Around a two-hour flight from Buenos Aires, this spectacular natural wonder is an unmissable sight.
Day 6-8: El Calafate is a picturesque city near the edge of southern Patagonia and is the perfect base for a trip to the stunning Perito Moreno Glacier. Catch a flight from Iguazú Falls and you can be there in a little over six hours.
July 9 is Independence Day in Argentina. Join the locals in their festivities as they eat, drink and socialize all day to celebrate the nation’s independence from Spain.
If you plan to spend some time in Argentina’s happening capital, be sure to check out our Buenos Aires Vacation Packages.
Want to really relax and unwind this vacation? Consider a stay at one of our Argentina All Inclusive Resorts.
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