Craig Tansley survives a horse ride safari through Patagonia's most remote region to find South America's most authentic gaucho.
Don't agonise over whether to see the mighty Iguazu Falls from Brazil or Argentina – just do both.
It's not a country. It's not in one country, either, shared as it is by Chile and Argentina.
One notable Buenos Aires building is both a people's favourite and, paradoxically, was voted the city's ugliest building.
Tango, shop and eat and your way around this cosmopolitan South American city that feels a little bit European.
The perfect beef empanada? The secret is in the onions.
Have a sleep; there's no need to rise early for Buenos Aires' famous San Telmo market.
How many spectacular sights can one country have? A lot, if you're in Argentina. Blend Latino with Euro, and you get one heady mix, beginning with the capital's colourful architecture, its passionate tango, striking fashionistas and its penchant for steak. Outside cities, natural wonders await; the Iguazu Falls, the famed Panatal wetlands and Patagonia (home to the gauchos), and the Andean salt flats.