One of us being of Argentinian origin, we do travel to Argentina regularly.

PageLines- 0908_059.jpgWe have written a Dutch-language article on our trip to NW Argentina in August 2009.

Another story covers the short journey in December 2022 to Argentinian Mesopotamia, the NE.

We also have captured some of the highlights of this trip, and of another one to Patagonia in Feb. 2013, and our latest crossing towards Chile in 2019, which you can access in the locations below .


There is also a list and some brief reviews of books on Argentina.

A Walk in Buenos Aires
We come to Argentina often, and always find time for a walk in Buenos Aires
Argentina's wine capital, a bit run-down despite obvious affluence
Sierras de Cordoba
the hills outside Cordoba, with the Jesuit complex Alta Gracia and Villa de las Rosas
Old colonial city, and Argentina's second largest, with great architecture
The third largest city, with great early 20th Century architecture and a busy port
Buenos Aires
Argentina's capital, and an impressive city in its own right
close to Buenos Aires, chiefly the residence of my mother-in-law
Museo Nacional Belles Artes
Buenos Aires Fine Art Museum with brilliant Latin American collection
island-based houses and a market in the outskirts of Buenos Aires
Santa Fe
Provincial capital with a famous bridge and a cervecoducto!
Excellent collection of modern art from Latin America
Recoleta Cementario
The oldest, and most famous cemetery in Argentina
Lago Vintter
Unspoiled mountain lake in Argentinian Patagonia
Lanin National Park
One of Argentina's nicest National Parks supports a stratovolcano, Lanin, amidst a host of lakes
Piedra Parada
A 50 million year old volcano in the middle of Patagonia provides a spectacular change of scenery
Puerto Piramides
The penguin en sea-lion colonies on Peninsula de Valdes, on the Atlantic Coast
San Antonio Este
A striking efficiency contrast between two towns
Quebrada de Humahuaca
The Valley of the Rio Grande, providing great views.
Salinas Grandes
Extensive salt flats, high in the Andes Mountains
Tren a las Nubes
Possibly one of the highest trains in the world, with engineering works to prove it.
The only place in South America with bull fights, of a benign nature
Postcard-perfect little church set in beautiful mountain scenery, and a procession for Sant Rocce.