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Cheap flights to Argentina

Cheap flights to Argentina

Argentina is a country of contrasts, caught between the sophistication of its capital, Buenos Aires, and the ruggedness of the Pampas, Patagonia, and the Andes. It is at once both refined and untamed and it is this tension that makes Argentina one of the most exhilarating countries to visit. Every region of Argentina is unique, with each offering its own flavour and attractions, from the Iguazu Falls in the north to some of the world's most stunning glaciers in the south. Flying to Argentina is easy and you can use Skyscanner to help you find the cheapest month to fly.

What to do in Argentina

Buenos Aires is one of the world's most cosmopolitan and exciting cities, offering incredible food (especially steak), fantastic nightlife, and, of course, tango. San Telmo is the historic area of the city and the most pleasant to stroll around. If venturing outside of Buenos Aires, you may want to rent a car, especially since buses and domestic flights can be costly. In the north of the country there is the stunning Iquazu Falls. Cordoba offers some beautiful colonial architecture while the city of Mendoza is the heart of Argentina's world-class wine region. Patagonia, in the country's south, is one of Argentina's biggest tourist destinations where you can go horseback riding in the shadow of the Andes. It is also here where you can visit Glaciers National Park, one of South America's most stunning natural wonders.

Best time to fly to Argentina

The climate of Argentina varies enormously from the northern end to the southern tip. December to February is summer in Argentina, which makes it the ideal time to visit Patagonia, although you will need to book a hotel well in advance. Buenos Aires is best visited between September and May, when it's warm and sunny. During winter (which is June to August) the weather in the capital is cold, overcast, and rainy. Winter, however, is the best time to visit the ski resorts in Bariloche. If heading to Iguazu Falls, spring (August to October) and fall (March to April) offer the best combination of good weather and affordable prices.

Airports in Argentina

Buenos Aires' Ministro Pistarini International Airport (commonly referred to as Ezeiza Airport) is the country's main international hub and will likely be your first experience of Argentina. It has direct flights to North America, Europe, Australia, and South America. Buenos Aires has another airport, Jorge Newbery, that offers mainly domestic flights. Be warned that Canadian, American, and Australian passport holders must pay a reciprocity fee if they are arriving at either of Buenos Aires' airports. Mendoza and Cordoba are also important airports and have international flights to Santiago, Chile and other destinations throughout South America.

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