Buenos Aires, the capital, is the center of the country in all ways except its geographical location. With the Rio de la Plata, in the east of the country, it is actually the city that is closest to the Old Continent, and probably the most European city in South America. Behind Buenos Aires, the land of the Pampas begins. Many towns with historical centres that go back to colonial are worth visiting. In the west, the Andes mountains offer great outdoor opportunities: hiking, skiing and much more. Patagonia, the far south of Argentina is a rugged and cold land. The area around Ushuaia, southern most city of the counrty, is mild in October to May. It is great for the lovers of nature and wildlife; big glaciers that go directly into the Barney, birds, seals and other arctic animals abound. In the northwestern corner of this dreamed land, deserts and steppes are the most common geographical sites; and in the northeastern part of the country, Iguaz Falls, complete all kinds of climate existing on the Earth... all in one beautiful country.
The people are awesome, full of kindness, and the weather is mostly pleasant all the year. Many people call this the Paris of the Americas.