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 Editor's Review
From the glorious Iguazu Falls on Argentina’s northern border, to the pulsating capital of Buenos Aires and down through the stunning mountains and glaciers on the chilean/argentinian border, these two countries offer a myriad of sights, sounds & smells that will astound even the most seasoned travellers. The bombardment of the senses reaches its finale in the superb Tierra del Fuego National Park and the most southerly town of Ushuaia, also known as the End of the World.
Buenos Aires
Extremes characterise the Argentine capital. A heady mix of European and Latin strands, night and day, the contrasts are beguiling: there are giant boulevards like Avenida Nueve de Julio and quaint, bohemian districts like La Boca. Stately Teatro Colón belts out its operatic arias, while tango schools everywhere mesmerise with their melancholic moves. Brightly coloured bodegas and craft shops provide a riot of colour on Caminito Street, La Bombonera stadium hums on match days, and mourners still make the pilgrimage to Evita’s mausoleum in Recoleta. At the gates, life goes on: fashionisti sport the latest leather creations, oversize steaks sizzle on the grill, polo mallets tangle and intellectuals argue amid the marquetry at Café Tortoni.

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