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Cheap Flights to Argentina

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Argentina’s natural beauty coupled with its diverse culture makes it one of the most unforgettable places on Earth to visit. Every province, town and city has a historic tale to tell thanks to the fascinating people who have lived, and continue to live here. Long before the Europeans arrived in the 16th century indigenous groups occupied this land; the Incas were in the Northwest, the Tehuelche in Patagonia, and the Querandí inhabited the Pampas. 

Given its size, Argentina can seem overwhelming to the first-time traveller, after all it is the eighth-largest county in the world. But visitors booking their Argentina flights could also book an Aerolineas Argentinas Visit Argentina Pass which enables lower-priced travel within the country so you can hop from the sultry capital of Buenos Aires to the Central Sierras in Cordoba and then to the wineries of Mendoza.

Lovers of the great outdoors can’t miss a trip to Patagonia and the Iguazu Falls. The Peninsula Valdes wildlife reserve in Patagonia is home to migrating whales, seals, sea elephants, dolphins and penguins while Iguazu’s National Park has more than 2,000 identified plant species and 400 bird species in its subtropical rainforest.

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Argentina climate

Argentina is a big country, and the climate can vary widely. The north is subtropical while Patagonia in the south can be sub-Antarctic. The plains are usually mild and humid. The north is best visited between May and September while the opposite is true for Patagonia.

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When is the best time to fly to Argentina?

Peak Season:

Summer (December to March) is the peak season for flights to Argentina – particularly Patagonia and the Andes. Conversely, the winter months (June to September) are recommended for the north of the country as the temperatures become incredibly humid during the summer months. Buenos Aires is high season throughout the year, though the spring and autumn are most popular because of the more temperate weather.

Off Season:

It can get cold in Patagonia in the wintertime (June to September), but the climate is mostly dry and good for travellers.

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Getting around Argentina

Argentina has a good network of domestic flights and planes are the easiest way to get around if you’re covering long distances. Flights can even be cheaper than buses from many parts of the country.

Though slower than flights, long-distance buses are also a good option. All buses are equipped with a toilet, air-conditioning and even a bar.

Cars can be rented to drivers over 21. It is, however, an expensive option.

 

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