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32 things you have to do in Argentina before you die

Cross the Andes on horseback, following Argentina’s national hero General San Martín’s steps.

Take in (and be moved) by the incredible views of Cerro de los Siete Colores, in Purmamarca, Jujuy.

Be in the stands for a superclásico between Boca and River to see what fútbol really is about.

Camp out by a lake at Los Alerces National Park, Chubut.

Take a picture of yourself with this beauty…

Sail around the Beagle Channel to see the End of the World Lighthouse, Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego.

Watch the sunset at Parque Ischigualasto, Valle de la Luna, San Juan.

Take this pic at Salinas Grandes, Jujuy.

Go whale watching in Puerto Madryn, Chubut.

Drink a tea in the Welsh colony of Gaiman, Chubut.

Go to el Teatro Colón, in Buenos Aires.

Take the Tren a las Nubes and enjoy the views while you chew on your coca leaves (Salta).

Wet your feet in the pure, drinkable waters of the Rio Azul, El Bolsón (Río Negro).

Eat centolla with vino blanco in Ushuaia (Tierra del Fuego Province).

Go paragliding in Cuchi Corral, Córdoba.

Take a picture of the iconic sea lion sculpture in Mar del Plata, La Feliz (Buenos Aires Province).

Play paleontologist in Patagonia.

Witness how penguins kiss each other in Punta Tombo, Chubut.

Take La Trochita, Esquel, Chubut, and imagine old US cowboys and lawmen chasing Butch Cassidy through Patagonia.

Take a moment to contemplate the magnificence of la Garganta del Diablo, Iguazu Falls, Misiones.

Dance tango on the streets of Buenos Aires with an Argentine.

Visit at least once the fountain Las Nereidas, by Lola Mora, Buenos Aires.

Climb Cerro Uritorco, Córdoba.

Climb to the top of the natural hot springs of Rio Queni, Lanin National Park (Neuquén).

Walk around the ruins of Quilmes, Valles Calchaquies (Tucumán).

Surround yourself by the magic of Talampaya, La Rioja.

Drive / ride at least part of the Ruta 40.

Watch the sunset on the Paraná River, Rosario, Santa Fe.

Visit la Casa Rosada and make the granaderos laugh.

Climb at least part of the tallest mountain in the Western Hemisphere, Aconcagua, Mendoza.

Walk on the Perito Moreno Glaciar (Santa Cruz).

And have a whisky “on the rocks”!

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