South America


Photo: Sander Crombach

Learning Tango in Buenos Aires

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Magic Spot: Marble Caves in Patagonia

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South America's Greater Patagonia Trail

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Trawen: Travel, Transformation, and Protecting Patagonia

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From massive glaciers in Tierra del Fuego, to the subtropical jungles at Iguassu Falls, to the pampas rolling out to the Atlantic Ocean, to the 35 Indigenous groups, to the capital Buenos Aires, the most heavily European-influenced city in Latin America, Argentina can seem like many different countries in one.

Matador publishes everything from guides on camping in Patagonia to backcountry snowboarding in the Andes. We’ve also produced several photo essays on nightlife, dance, street art, and other cultural elements .

For places to study in Argentina as well as volunteer, along with cultural guides, trip planning information and more, please check the articles below.

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Argentina Articles

12 reasons why you should visit Patagonia this winter

The 10 road trips you have to experience before you die

Stay for a while: the 12 best countries for a radical sabbatical

A guide to the legendary parrillas of Buenos Aires: Where to go, what to order

Beyond Palermo: The 3 hottest up and coming neighborhoods in Buenos Aires

How to road trip South America

18+ mindblowing outdoor adventures in Patagonia

Here are the cheapest places to travel in South America 2017

The best cities in South America to travel by bike

10+ spots in Argentina that will top your South American bucket list

The Greater Patagonian Trail could be the most epic through-hike you don’t know about

25 places we’re dying to explore right now

Surfing Argentina: An insider’s guide to the breaks of Mar del Plata

9 places to visit before they change forever

The 5 Buenos Aires neighborhoods you shouldn’t overlook

21 more crazy party hostels around the world

The 22 craziest party hostels around the world

What not to do in Buenos Aires

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