Mar del Plata - one of the most popular tourist destinations across the country thanks to its beautiful beaches and tasty fish and an international centre for surfing competitions.
Valle de la Luna - the name of this valley comes from the indigenous quechua language and means “place where the moon sets” It’s located in the north east region of the San Juan province and draws a lot of attention thanks to its desert-like characteristic. Expect little rain, strong winds and extreme temperatures.
Ushuaia - is the provincial capital of Tierra del Fuego and the gateway to a national park, Tierra del Fuego. It’s the closest you’ll get to the Antarctic without stepping on it and the place to visit for snow, ice and all things white and beautiful.
Buenos Aires - the country’s capital is the bohemian face of Latin America and an amazing city for anyone who loves photography and/or architecture.