Have a sleep; there's no need to rise early for Buenos Aires' famous San Telmo market.
This remote ranch proves the perfect base to explore Patagonia.
Earth's southernmost city is much more than a launch pad for those waiting to jump on a ship to Antarctica.
On the Argentinian side of the world-famous Iguazu falls, you can get so close that it hurts. No really, it hurts.
In a stand-off for number one natural feature, what are you backing?
You'll find nothing at all in Patagonia - or you will find everything.
Marble mausoleums, winged angels and strange stories rub shoulders in the beautiful La Recoleta cemetery.
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.