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Argentina Hotels, Restaurants, Spas and More

This beautiful country is colorful in both its scenery and energy. The landscape provides such striking images as the snow-capped Andes Mountain Range and the dramatic Desert Country. Cities, on the other hand, have brightly painted barrios, tall vibrant murals and venues that offer up a place to tango.

A guest room at Estancia Ranquilco in Patagonia, Argentina

Estancia Ranquilco

Spread over 100,000 acres in the foothills of the Andes, Estancia Ranquilco introduces travelers to the steppes, valleys, meadows and cliffs of this unforgettable area.

Estancia la Candelaria

Estancia la Candelaria is not your typical South American ranch. Located in the pampas of Argentina just an hour outside Buenos Aires, this estate is home to a French-style castle built in the late nineteenth century.

A room at Estancia la Candelaria in Lobos, Argentina

Lago Huapi, Argentina's Lake District
Lake District
An enchanting region of mirrored lakes, ancient forests and snow-covered mountains, Argentina’s Lake District is majestic in its beauty, humbling in its magnitude and intoxicating in its atmosphere. Its national parkland is perfect for tender twosomes who take to white water rafting, hiking or, fishing.

Buenos Aires
With its broad boulevards, stately architecture and sidewalk cafés, Buenos Aires is considered the "Paris of South America." The city is also the commercial hub of Argentina and one of world's busiest ports. Organize your business trip with this handy guide to the best restaurants, hotels and after-hours attractions.

One of the few original cast-made copies of Rodin’s famous sculpture “The Thinker” in Plaza Moreno, Buenos Aires

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Guides for other parts of the world

(Updated: 11/04/13 CT)

GAYOT's list of the best luxury trains has exciting excursions on as many continents as possible, from dramatic treks across the Austalian Outback to elegant tours through the great cities of Europe.
Situated in scenic locales from Napa Valley to Champagne, France, these iconic wine routes boast world-class vineyards, charming towns and unforgettable views.