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"Argentina never fails to impress, whether you come for the natural wonders, the fantastic culture, or the fine steak and wine."

Tour Director
Argentina at a glance
From the mighty Iguazu Falls and steamy jungles, to the Patagonia glaciers and snowy mountains, Argentina is a land of contrasting wonders. Join your expert Trafalgar Travel Director and dance the tango in Buenos Aires, ride horses with gauchos in the Pampas, or indulge in fine Argentinian steak and wine.
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What to pack for Argentina

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Formal wear

Although there is no written dress code, you may want to dress up for a tango show or a night at the Teatro Colón, one of the world’s best opera houses.

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Wind and waterproof coat

Patagonia is famed for its chilly climate and strong winds, so you’ll need to pack a sturdy coat, scarf, hat and gloves to stay warm.

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Versatile shoes

Argentina has a myriad of terrains and you’ll need shoes that can take you dancing across a tango hall, and hiking through rugged mountain trails.

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Adaptor plug

In Argentina, the standard voltage is 120 V and the power plugs and sockets are of type C and I. The standard frequency is 50 Hz.

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The sun is extremely strong in Argentina, and you’ll need sunglasses (and sunscreen) to protect yourself, even in winter when the gleaming snow can be blinding.

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