๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ท NORTHERN ARGENTINA

Iguassu Falls, Argentina - northern Argentina itineraryTwo weeks of incredible sights, natural wonders, vineyards, beautiful cities, mountains, lakes and more. Click for Luxury, Mid-range or Budget.

Here’s your Northern Argentina itinerary:

Luxury Buenos Aires, Argentina
1 โœˆTo Buenos Aires (Book >) Dep: Evening ๐Ÿจ In flight!
2 Arr: Morning ๐ŸจAlvear Palace (Book >) All hotels >
Have a relaxing first day recuperating from jet lag. We suggest you find a cool cafรฉ in Palermo and enjoy a deliciousย medialuna.
3 Visit Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, grab lunch atย Mercado del Progreso and admire the city architecture on a walking tour. Extend your trip with a couple of days in Montevideo, a short ferry ride away.
4 โœˆBuenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Afternoon ๐ŸจHotel Costa del Sol (Book >) All hotels >
Get up and close to the individual falls in Parque National Iguazu. Entrance to the park is $600,00 pesos.
5 The Brazilian side of the falls offers the best panoramic views – once over the border take a bus or taxi to the park entrance and explore the trails.

Watch my Iguassu Falls video >

You must get off the bus to get your Brazilian stamp and entry card. Buses are frequent and so you won’t wait long for the next.
6 โœˆPuerto Iguazu to Mendoza flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Morning ๐ŸจCavas Wine Lodge (Book >) All hotels >
Welcome to wine country! It’s easy to get about by bicycle. Visit this site for some great vineyard visiting tips.
7-8 Another couple of days to indulge in some wine tasting (or relax in your hotels own vineyards) Mendoza is famous for its spas – perfect after all that cycling.
9 โœˆMendoza to Bariloche flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Morning ๐ŸจCharming Luxury Lodge & Private Spa(Book >) All hotels >
Spend the rest of the day soaking up the stunning scenery or indulging in one of the many chocolate shops. The hills here are very steep so bring good shoes.
10-11 Hike, bike, take to the lakes or add on a couple of days and do as much of the above as you have the energy for. Buy hiking maps atย Cultura Book Shop or the cabin at the corner ofย Villegas & Moreno Streets.
12 โœˆBariloche to Buenos Aires flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Morning ๐ŸจAlvear Palace (Book >) All hotels >
More time to enjoy this superb city, the heart of which can all be explored on foot. If you want to extend your trip then the Perito Moreno glacier is a 12-hr bus journey from Bariloche.
13 Bring a filter water bottle so that you can drink tap water.
14 โœˆBuenos Aires to home Dep: Morning Arr: Morning (next day) Connect this Northern Argentina itinerary with the Southern Argentina, Brazil, Northern Chile or Southern Chile itinerary
Extend your trip with a visit to Peninsula Valdez.
Mid-range Near Bariloche, Argentina
1 โœˆTo Buenos Aires (Book >) Dep: Evening ๐Ÿจ In flight!
2 Arr: Morning ๐ŸจCarles Hotel (Book >) All hotels >
Have a relaxing first day recuperating from jet lag. We suggest you find a cool cafรฉ in Palermo and enjoy a delicious medialuna.
3 Visit Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, grab lunch at Mercado del Progreso and admire the city architecture on a walking tour. Extend your trip with a couple of days in Montevideo, a short ferry ride away.
4 โœˆBuenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Afternoon ๐ŸจGrand Crucero (Book >) All hotels >
Get up and close to the individual falls in Parque National Iguazu. Entrance to the park is $600 pesos.
5 The Brazilian side of the falls offers the best panoramic views – once over the border take a bus or taxi to the park entrance and explore the trails.

Watch my Iguassu Falls video >

You must get off the bus to get your Brazilian stamp and entry card. Buses are frequent and so you won’t wait long for the next.
6 โœˆPuerto Iguazu to Mendoza flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Morning ๐ŸจCavas Wine Lodge (Book >) All hotels >
Welcome to wine country! It’s easy to get about by bicycle. Visit this site for some great vineyard visiting tips.
7-8 Another couple of days to indulge in some wine tasting (or relax in your hotels own vineyards) Mendoza is famous for its spas – perfect after all that cycling.
9 โœˆMendoza to Bariloche flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Morning ๐ŸจPeninsula Petit Hotel (Book >) All hotels >
Spend the rest of the day soaking up the stunning scenery or indulging in one of the many chocolate shops. The hills here are very steep so bring good shoes.
10-11 Hike, bike, take to the lakes or add on a couple of days and do as much of the above as you have the energy for. Buy hiking maps at Cultura Book Shop or the cabin at the corner of Villegas & Moreno Streets.
12 โœˆBariloche to Buenos Aires flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Morning ๐ŸจCarles Hotel (Book >) All hotels >
More time to enjoy this superb city, the heart of which can all be explored on foot. If you want to extend your trip then the Perito Moreno glacier is a 12-hr bus journey from Bariloche.
13 Bring a filter water bottle so that you can drink tap water.
14 โœˆBuenos Aires to home Dep: Morning Arr: Morning (next day) Connect this Northern Argentina itinerary with the Southern Argentina, Brazil, Northern Chile or Southern Chile itinerary
Extend your trip with a visit to Peninsula Valdez.
Budget Whale
1 โœˆTo Buenos Aires (Book >) Dep: Evening ๐Ÿจ In flight!
2 Arr: Morning ๐ŸจViajero Buenos Aires (Book >) All hostels >
Have a relaxing first day recuperating from jet lag. We suggest you find a cool cafรฉ in Palermo and enjoy a delicious medialuna.
3 Visit Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, grab lunch at Mercado del Progreso and admire the city architecture on a walking tour. Extend your trip with a couple of days in Montevideo, a short ferry ride away.
4 โœˆBuenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Afternoon ๐ŸจHostel Bambu (Book >) All hostels >
Get up and close to the individual falls in Parque National Iguazu. Entrance to the park is $600,00 pesos.
5 The Brazilian side of the falls offers the best panoramic views – once over the border take a bus or taxi to the park entrance and explore the trails.

Watch my Iguassu Falls video >

You must get off the bus to get your Brazilian stamp and entry card. Buses are frequent and so you won’t wait long for the next.
6 โœˆPuerto Iguazu to Mendoza flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Morning ๐ŸจLagares Hostel (Book >) All hostels >
Welcome to wine country! It’s easy to get about by bicycle. Visit this site for some great vineyard visiting tips.
7-8 Another couple of days to indulge in some wine tasting (or relax in your hotels own vineyards) Mendoza is famous for its spas – perfect after all that cycling.
9 โœˆMendoza to Bariloche flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Morning ๐ŸจHospedaje Penthouse 1004 (Book >) All hostels >
Spend the rest of the day soaking up the stunning scenery or indulging in one of the many chocolate shops. The hills here are very steep so bring good shoes.
10-11 Hike, bike, take to the lakes or add on a couple of days and do as much of the above as you have the energy for. Buy hiking maps at Cultura Book Shop or the cabin at the corner of Villegas & Moreno Streets.
12 โœˆBariloche to Buenos Aires flight (Book >) Dep: Morning Arr: Morning ๐ŸจViajero Buenos Aires (Book >) All hostels >
More time to enjoy this superb city, the heart of which can all be explored on foot. If you want to extend your trip then the Perito Moreno glacier is a 12-hr bus journey from Bariloche.
13 Extend your trip with a visit to Peninsula Valdez.
14 โœˆBuenos Aires to home Dep: Morning Arr: Morning (next day) Connect this Northern Argentina itinerary with the Southern Argentina, Brazil, Northern Chile or Southern Chile itinerary
Bus line 394 goes from the city centre to the airport.

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