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Things to do in Argentina

Garganta del Diablo

Garganta del Diablo (The Devil’s Throat) is situated within walking distance of Iguazu National Park in Misiones province, Argentina. Garganta del Diablo is one of the most awe-inspiring and also one of the tourist attractions in Argentina. Garganta del Diablo is the only place you could see the real power of Mother Nature on a daily basis. Garganta del Diablo is a great place for family’s as well as single travelers. The waterfalls are the highlight in Garganta del Diablo but that is not the only thing to do; there are so many things is there for to see and do without any disappointment. However, once you get in Garganta del Diablo, it is an amazing tourist attraction for those who want to see the mother of nature in Argentina.

Teatro Colon

Teatro Colon is one of the most famous and beautiful buildings in Buenos Aires. Teatro Colon is one of the most visited tourist attraction in Argentina. The Teatro Colon is a landmark of Buenos Aires and known for the worldwide opera house and ballet lovers. If you have a chance to watch an opera house, a symphony or ballets at this magnificent Teatro Colon theatre, do not miss the opportunity. The facility has been refurbished to its early 1900’s splendor and the quality of the performances is typically top notch. On top of it, cost of tickets will be very moderate when compared to similar venues around the world. Teatro Colon gives you a wonderful visual impression and providing an extreme listening knowledge.

Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu waterfall is spectacular with countless walks above and below the falls. The train out to La Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat) is an absolute must see if you are planned for the Argentine tour. There’s nothing quite like this high mass of spray and sound, which can be found on both sides of the countries amid 2,250 square KM of grassland. There are some 250 plus waterfalls intersperse this section of the river. In order to travel the Brazilian on the side expansively, you should possibly opt for a boat journey. The tracks are all well maintained with rubbish bins every couple of hundred meters. There are countless places to take photos. There are plenty of taxi and bus services to take you out to the Iguazu falls. The Iguazu falls are split between Argentinian and Brazilian side. Both of which offers an equally spectacular view but both had a different perspective. This Argentina tourist attraction gives you a great view when you visit on full moon day.

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is a must for anyone who interested in art. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is world’s major group of the Argentine art museum; it is controlled in this neo-classical wine-colored structure. It also houses for many minor works by big-name European artists from the 12th through 20th centuries and hosts several high-profile temporary exhibitions per year. The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes museum is located within walking distance of the Rosedale, Argentina. The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is a small museum, so it won’t take you a one full day or not even half day but it does have some very good painting and most of all paintings are free. The MNBA is very impressive tourist attractions in Argentina, with the works from many well-known artists (Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet, Jackson Pollack, etc.) as well as a wonderful collection of Argentine and South American art.

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