Discover More About Argentina
The Argentinian city of Ushuaia is the world’s southernmost inhabited city and gateway for expeditions to Antarctica.
Patagonia’s Atlantic coast is home to elephant seals, penguins, sea lions, orcas and the endangered southern right whale.
Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, is the birthplace of tango and home to the world’s widest avenue, as well as the largest Japanese gardens outside Japan.
The Andes Mountain range spans almost the entire length of the country.
The Perito Moreno Glacier is 30 kilometres long, 5 kilometres wide and 60 metres high, and is advancing at a rate of two metres per day.
Argentina’s biggest industry is agriculture, most famously beef, and the country’s national dish is the asado (barbecue).