Argentina travel guide
Get the down-low on Argentina in our handy travel guide – find out the best places to go, Argentina traveling information, things to see and do, some helpful phrases, the do's and don’ts, plus a load more about Argentina tourism so you can make the most out of your trip!
Argentina has a great mix of friendly people, delicious food and unforgettable landscapes. Tuck into an enormous steak for dinner with a glass of local wine. Learn to tango at one of the lively milongas (tango clubs) and dance the night away. Snow-lovers will spend their days skiing or snowboarding down the slopes of the Andes. While in Buenos Aires, go wild and give the credit card a pounding. Be dazzled by the sheer power of Iguaçu Falls, a spectacular natural wonder not to be missed.
Spanish is the official language and is spoken by the great majority of Argentinians.
English, French and Italian are also spoken throughout the country.
The electrical current in Argentina is 220V and the cycle is 50 Hz. The v-shaped prongs are standard.
Daylight savings means clocks go forward one hour from mid-March to mid-October.
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