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Argentina is the eighth-largest country in the world. The highest and the lowest points of South America are also located in Argentina. Argentina is a very big country that contains a number of very distinct features and unique regions, which is also an excellent golfing destination. Argentina offers skiing, hiking, biking, fishing, and whitewater rafting.
When to go
The weather in Argentina is very varied, with a sub-arctic climate in the far south and a subtropical climate in the north. Buenos Aires and the central area have a temperate climate with temperatures varying from 95°F (35°C) in January to 50°F (10°C) in July.
The seasons in Argentina are the reverse of those in the Northern Hemisphere. Buenos Aires is mild in fall (March-May) and spring (September-November), and relatively hot in the summer (December-February). Patagonia is considerably colder than Buenos Aires, so the warmest time to visit the region is between the months of November and March.
Traditional Souvenirs: Argentina is a great place to pick up little crafts made from local materials that serve as great reminders of your trip.
Mate - this traditional tea is an important part of Argentine culture and a great souvenir. You can buy whole Mate sets that come with the typical cup and metal straw and which would make a perfect gift or keepsake.
Wine - An obvious but oh-so wise choice, one of the best places to pick some up is on a bodega tour where you often get to try before you buy.
Dulce de Leche - The most popular sweet in Argentina can be found in all kinds of goodies. Alfajores, chocolates and biscuits frequently come silled with this sugary delight that is unique to this part of the world and makes a yummy present.
Silverware - The best place to pick up some Argentine silverware is from San Antonio de Areco, in the Las Pampas Region.
Antiques - Definitely head to San Telmo in Buenos Aires and explore the plethora of antique shops.
Arts and Crafts - From trinkets to paintings, sculpture to jewellery you will find stalls all over the country but some of the best places to pick up good quality handicrafts are the following places:
Entry Requirements: citizens of the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa require only a passport to enter the country. No visa is needed for stays of 3 months or less.
Vaccinations: Argentina requires no vaccinations to enter the country. Health wise, Argentina is a relatively safe country to visit that has similar levels of sanitation/hygiene to European destinations.
What to Bring
There are no special items that you need to bring to Argentina. As long as you dress for the right season, you should travel comfortably in Argentina. Any personal items you may have forgotten can be purchased at pharmacies located throughout the country.