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  Argentina - History & Culture
It was perhaps a legacy of this successful resistance that enabled the native peoples of Argentina to carry on a prolonged campaign against colonization and rule by the Spanish.
The first Spaniard to land in Argentina, Juan de Solis, was killed in 1516, and several attempts to found Buenos Aires were stymied by the local inhabitants.
The universal language of Argentina is Spanish, but many natives and immigrants keep their mother tongues as a matter of pride.
www.interknowledge.com /argentina/histroy.htm   (570 words)

  
 Tourism in Argentina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tourism in Argentina is favored by its ample and varied natural assets (made possible by its geographical extension), by its cultural offer, and (since the devaluation of the Argentine peso after the 2001 crash) by its high exchange rate to foreign currencies.
In 2005, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Census, tourism from abroad grew 12% with respect to 2004 and became the third largest source of income for the country, producing 3,254.5 million USD (8.1% of the goods and service exports).
Argentina · Bolivia · Brazil · Chile · Colombia · Ecuador · Guyana · Panama · Paraguay · Peru · Suriname · Trinidad and Tobago · Uruguay · Venezuela
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tourism_in_Argentina   (876 words)

  
 Tourism In Argentina,Argentina Tourist Places,Travels In Argentina
Argentina, the second largest state in S.America, lies at the tip of South America extending to some 3700 kn from Bolivia to Cape Horm.
Argentina abounds in deposits of coal,lead,copper,zinc,gold,silver,sulphur and oil.Meat packing is the chief industry,with flour milling coming second.
Argentina is the world's largest source of tannin.The capital is to be moved to the Patagonia region.
www.toursandtravelsinindia.com /argentina.html   (135 words)

  
 Argentina Tourism
Argentina is a popular destination, but it's important to note on any vacation that there can be cultural, geological and meteoroligical differences when travelling abroad that could potentially ruin your entire trip.
Argentina is the land of Gauchos, Asado, Mate, Pampas, Tango, and Dulce de leche.
Argentina is South America's second largest country, snugly situated between the Andes mountain range, the Pacific Ocean, and the South American countries of Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil, and Chile.
www.argentinatourism.info   (1061 words)

  
 Argentina Tourist Attractions & Argentina Tourism | iExplore.com
Argentina’s capital city is located within the Capital Federal District and forms one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas.
Argentina’s most important devotional site (attracting millions of pilgrims every year), is the neo-gothic Basílica Nuestra Señora de Luján (whose day is May 8), which is located 70km (43 miles) west of Buenos Aires.
The Mendoza Province is Argentina’s main wine-producing region and the annual grape harvest festival, the Fiesta Nacional de la Vendimia, is held in the provincial capital, Mendoza, at the end of February and the beginning of March.
www.iexplore.com /dmap/Argentina/Where+to+Go   (3778 words)

  
 buenos aires young tourism packages-Argentina Travel Help   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Argentina is a place with much nocturnal life, reason why it is a perfect place to go by few days and to enjoy all the atmosphere of celebration.
Buenos Aires Young tourism packages is a cheap alternative for those young people who have not left the country, or also for those young people whom they love to travel in group.
Buenos Aires Young tourism packages is an alternative that is born of the travel agencies to ofecer to them to the alternative young people to travel and to know new horizons.
www.argentinatravelhelp.com /buenos_aires/young_tourism_packages.htm   (1029 words)

  
 Plenitas - Health Tourism in Argentina
Argentina is a huge country with diverse cultural manifestations and landscapes.
Ushuaia has a very good hotel and gastronomic infrastructure and it is particularly prepared for the adventure tourism: trekking, mountain bike, rides, sportive fishing and other aquatic sports.
Moreover, in Tierra del Fuego the visitors can discover part of the pre-Columbus tradition of Argentina: the park protects the cultural legacy of the Yámanas, the first inhabitants of the territory before the arrival of the Europeans.
www.plenitas.com /turismo_argentina.asp?lang=2   (963 words)

  
 Medical Tourism - Argentina
Argentina became a highly desirable destination for medical tourism following the collapse of their currency (the peso) in January 2002, which had previously been pegged to the US dollar.
Argentina is world renowned for its stunning natural wonders, from the northern deserts to the southern Andean Cordillera, from Iguaçu Falls to the magnificent desolation of Patagonia.
Argentina lies south of the equator, and so its seasons are opposite those in the Northern Hemisphere.
www.medretreat.com /destinations/argentina.html   (972 words)

  
 Social Tourism in Argentina, El Tigre, Tourism for Everyone
We are immersed in a situation characterized by the increasing concentration of the wealth by a side and the marginalization by the other, which brings as a consequence, the increase in the poverty index.
The Social Tourism has been conceived from its beginnings like that which guarantees the use and enjoyment of tourism by people who suffer some physical, psychic or sensorial incapacity.
Nevertheless, the social tourism parts of an ampler conception of its potential beneficiaries when intending the fight against the inequalities and exclusion of all those that have a different culture, have less economic means or live in less favored regions.
www.hogardenenes.org.ar /eturismo.htm   (325 words)

  
 TOURISM-ARGENTINA: Fossils, Whales and Tango
Tourism employs 500,000 people in hotels, restaurants, bars, travel agencies and transport companies, while generating a similar number of indirect jobs in this country of nearly 38 million.
In northern Argentina, in the province of Jujuy, is the Quebrada de Humahuaca, a valley flanked by multi-hued mountains that was used as a major trade route over the past 10,000 years.
Argentina's hotel capacity is currently over 400,000 rooms in 7,700 hotels, ''70 percent of which were occupied in the first week of 2004,'' said the president of the Argentine Chamber of Tourism, Marco Palacios.
www.ipsnews.net /africa/interna.asp?idnews=22211   (1434 words)

  
 Argentina Travel Guide - Buenos Aires, Patagonia, and Iguazu Falls
Argentina is one of the best places to go downhill skiing during the South American winter months between June and September.
In the heart of Argentina is Buenos Aires: the cosmopolitan gateway to South America, and in many ways, a very spectacular place.
Argentina is also a very big country that contains a number of very distinct features and unique regions.
www.allaboutar.com   (698 words)

  
 Argentina, the country, its people and culture
Argentina and its Geographical regions, Hydrography and Climate
Argentina Republic is a bi-continental country, since its territory occupies part of America and a portion of Antarctica.
Argentina leads the market of sun seed oil, soy oil, horses, jojoba, lemons, honey, corn, soybean, beef cattle, wine, and hidroboracita.
www.surdelsur.com /indexingles.html   (401 words)

  
 Argentina Travel, Tourism & Visitor Guide
Argentina is served by many USA and International airlines.
It is dancing the tango in the middle of the night, strolling through a gorgeous park, sinking your teeth into a savory steak, or walking through the city and admiring the architecture and culture.
The U.S. Embassy and Consulate General in Argentina are located at 4300 Colombia Avenue in the Palermo district of Buenos Aires.
www.pacificcoasttravelinfo.com /argentina.asp   (525 words)

  
 AR Tourism - Luxury Argentina Tourism and Patagonia Travel
Argentina is a superb travel destination and AR Tourism will help you get the most out of your trip there.
AR Tourism was created for travelers that want to make the most of their time abroad.
Argentina is a large country with a number of distinct features and regions.
www.artourism.com   (479 words)

  
 Tourism Argentina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Many travellers choose Argentina, a singular tourist destiny that he attracts by the abundant ones and very varied natural beauties of the country, the good treatment whereupon they receive its inhabitants to them, the typical customs and gastronomies.
It agrees to consider the climatic and seasonal aspects of Argentina, predominates a tempered climate, although - given the extension in the south and the mountainous zones elevated (even the tropical ones) the temperatures they are frequently you cold and happen snowed, complementarily in the low zones of the north the temperatures are warm.
Discover Argentina and all the citys, Buenos Aires is the capital of the country.
www.tourism.com.ar   (260 words)

  
 Argentina Hotels, Argentina Hotel Reservations, Discount Hotels in Argentina
Argentina's wide variety of ecosystems is reflected on the great number of activities that can be enjoyed throughout the country.
Although the effects of the recent political and economic crisis can still be seen and felt, Argentina remains a perfectly safe destination for travellers.
The Pampas plains are amongst the richest areas in Argentina.
www.stayxs.com /argentina/index.html   (1017 words)

  
 Tourism alternative Argentina - Servicio turistico personalizado
Argentina is a unique country in the world : Its nature and beauties are impressive and extensive in quantity and variety (lakes, mountains, beaches, bushes, falls).
This make of Argentina an incomparable and exciting destiny for the warmth of its people, the really convenient exchange rate (U$ 1 = AR $ 2.89) and the huge variety of cultural and artistic proposals.
That is why we have created an exclusive service of private tour guide, where our aim is to serve you with a high value personalized assistance so you can enjoy of a relaxing, pleasant an enriching holiday in our country.
www.airmedia.com.ar /TOUR/private_guide.htm   (509 words)

  
 Argentina
Argentina is situated at the extreme South of South America, on the Eastern side of the Andes.
The climate and geography of Argentina offer great variations, from the searing heat of the Chaco, to the gelid Antarctic temperatures of the Patagonian Sea, passing through the temperate climate of the Pampa.
Thus, it is not hard to understand that, in spite of his Pampas country background, his figure has become a universal symbol for and of the Argentinean people.
www.enjoy-argentina.org /argentina.php   (1042 words)

  
 The Observer | Travel | Don't cry for Argentina, just get your wallet out   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
This is traumatic for a race fiercely proud of their vast country, but it also means there has never been a cheaper time to visit Argentina, one of the most varied places on the planet.
Tourism has offered the country a much-needed lifeline.
Trailfinders (020 7938 3939) has flights from Gatwick with Aerolineas Argentinas from £540 (for a six-day minimum stay in November).
observer.guardian.co.uk /travel/story/0,6903,1075827,00.html   (2032 words)

  
 Travel Agency Tourism Patagonia Argentina
Argentina, the country with every imaginable climate and landscape, dazzles by the marvels of its nature, like the Iguazú Falls in the Mesopotamia, the Perito Moreno Glacier in the Patagonia or the Calchaquí Valleys and the Puna in the Northwest.
Argentina's main characteristic is the contrast between the plains and the Cordillera de los Andes.
The highest peak of the Western Hemisphere is the Aconcagua -6960 metres-, located in the ARGENTINA Andes.
www.argentinianexplorer.com /english/patagonia_expedicion.asp   (234 words)

  
 Hotels and Inns of Argentina :: Travel Accommodation, Tourism, and Vacations
Argentina is a vast country (2.8 million square kilometers) of stunning natural beauty.
In addition to these special places in Argentina, we represent similar small, charming inns throughout Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, Costa Rica, USA and Canada.
Argentina has had some serious economic problems in the past, but it is now one of the most appealing travel destinations (in terms of price) available.
www.innsofargentina.com   (492 words)

  
 Argentina Travel Tourism Agency Argentina Patagonia Tours
Argentina and Chile from North to South in 30 days
Argentina and Chile from North to South in 24 days
Talampaya and Moon Valley (Valley of the Moon Argentina)
www.argentinianexplorer.com /argentina-travel.asp   (198 words)

  
 Plenitas - Health Tourism in Argentina
In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires, Argentina's capital city, the number of inhabitants is of 13 million, which places it among the 20 biggest cities of the world.
The city is safe, the signals are very easy to follow, and there are different options as regards transportation, such as buses, taxis, subways, and trains.
The tourists that come to visit Buenos Aires not only assist to some of the thousand tango shows the city offers - from very expensive and sumptuous shows to street exhibitions - but they are also interested in taking tango dancing lessons.
www.plenitas.com /buenos_aires.asp?lang=2   (472 words)

  
 Travel to Argentina - Argentina Tourism
Argentina is a country in Southern South America.
At the southern tip of Argentina there are several routes between the South Atlantic and the South Pacific Oceans including the Strait of Magellan, Beagle Channel, and Drake Passage as an alternative sailing around Cape Horn in the open ocean between South America and Antarctica.
Argentina benefits from rich natural resources, a highly literate population, an export-oriented agricultural sector, and a diversified industrial base.
www.atraveldirectory.com /A/Argentina.html   (1480 words)

  
 Tourism in the North of Argentine - Tourism in Salta and Jujuy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Tourism in the North of Argentine - Tourism in Salta and Jujuy
Tourism in the North of Argentina - Tourism in Salta
Towards the south, the Calchaquíes Valleys are the ideal frame to know a culture that resists to the passage of time with its towns of stone streets, their cattle breeding and agriculture as their way of surviving and their compulsory naps at noon.
en.norteexperience.com.ar   (148 words)

  
 Argentina :: Tourism in Canada :: The Yukon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Argentina :: Tourism in Canada :: The Yukon
Tourism, offering a wilderness experience in a unique and relatively unspoiled environment, provides a further base for jobs and services.
Although growth of the agricultural industry is limited by climate and the availability of productive land, new research programs hold promise for the future.
geo.international.gc.ca /latin-america/argentina/tourism/yukon_apr2003-en.asp   (846 words)

  
 North American & European Arrivals Boost the Travel and Tourism Market in Argentina - Forbes.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Our Travel and Tourism in Argentina report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.
Recognition of the tourism industry in Argentina, increased investment and the availability of high quality services have attracted an increased number of tourists.
Outside of Argentina, with the help of the Secretaria de Turismo (the Secretary of Tourism), hereafter referred to as SECTUR, the provinces are presented at international congresses and fairs, especially in Europe, as "must see" destinations on tours in Argentina.
www.forbes.com /businesswire/feeds/businesswire/2006/10/10/businesswire20061010005134r1.html   (1071 words)

  
 Argentina Travel Tourism
Argentinen Erleben (Enjoy Argentina) is essentially a tour operator working with other travel operators and building you a customized vacation based on your needs.
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www.sitecritic.net /criticDetail.php?id=83   (615 words)

  
 AllAboutTango.com - Complete Argentine Tango History Guide
In Argentina, Eduardo Arolas is credited as being the main early pioneer of the instrument and having forever intertwined the fates of the bandoneon and the tango artform.
Eduardo said that the bandoneon was made to play the tango, with its deep melancholy feeling that the immigrants enjoyed as a sentimental tingle in their hard working lives.
Ricardo was a well-to-do poet and writer and an upper-class playboy in Argentina.
www.allabouttango.com /history.htm   (1025 words)

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