Discover Argentina in photos (30 photos)

If nothing can replace the noise, the smells and the agitations of a country, we try all the same to make you travel in Argentina in photos!

Summary

  • Patagonia and its glaciers
  • Argentina in a thousand and one colors
  • – The Argentinian Colorado
  • – Rainbow Mountains
  • Buenos Aires, the capital
  • For a refreshing break
  • Mishmash of Argentinian landscapes

Traveling is not only an act, nor an ambition, it is above all an art of living. And if it is difficult to cross the end of the world throughout his life, nothing prevents him from traveling his mind. It is for this reason that Generation Voyage offers you several themes, to help you escape to your favorite countries, or discover new wonders in anticipation of your future trips.

You can thus find for multiple destinations, our travel playlist , our top culinary specialties , and now our top of the most beautiful photos ! So, whether you’re in the subway, in your bed or at work, take 5 minutes to discover sublime shots!

And today, it is in America that we transport you, and more particularly on the Argentine territory. This country with stretches as far as the eye can see, mixing both glaciers and pampas, is revealed to you through this top of our X most beautiful photos of Argentina.

Patagonia and its glaciers

How to make you travel to Argentina without taking you to Patagonia? A playground for many hikers, the Argentine Patagonia and its national parks could not be more conducive to treks. Between the Andes Cordillera, dazzling white glaciers and snowy landscapes as far as the eye can see, get ready to have stars in your eyes!Mount Fitz Roy - Argentina pictures

Mount Fitz Roy, Los Glaciares National Park – Patagonia Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Dmitry PichuginMount Fitz Roy

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Mount Fitz Roy, Los Glaciares National Park – Patagonia Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – javarmanMount Fitz Roy - Argentina pictures

Mount Fitz Roy, Los Glaciares National Park – Patagonia Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Judyta JastrzebskaLe Perito Moreno

The Perito Moreno glacier – Patagonia Argentina | Credit photo: Shutterstock – Milosz MaslankaLe Perito Moreno - photos Argentine

The Perito Moreno Glacier – Patagonia Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Vladimir DrigaLe Perito Moreno

The Perito Moreno Glacier – Patagonia Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Bluesnaps

Argentina in a thousand and one colors

But who said that Argentina was only made up of expanses of ice? Far from the white snow and the cold, make way for terracotta landscapes and colorful mountains…

Le Colorado Argentina

Before you ask yourself the question: no, it’s not Colorado! It is indeed Argentina and more precisely the surroundings of Cafayate, in the region of Salta, in the north of the country! Between red dust and canyons, discover another facet of this country with many faces!Quebrada de la Conchas - photos Argentine

Yessera Quebrada Cafayate – Argentine | Credit photo : Shutterstock – Pedro CarrilhoCafayate Ravine

Yessera Quebrada Cafayate – Argentine | Credit photo : Shutterstock – Pedro CarrilhoQuebrada de Cafayate - photos Argentine

Yessera Quebrada Cafayate – Argentine | Photo credit : Shutterstock – Galyna Andrushko

rainbow mountains

After these red colors reminding us of the American canyons or even Mars, discover Argentina and its multicolored landscapes! We present to you the Cerro de los Siete Colores , the Serranía de Hornocal and the Yessera Quebrada de Las Conchas for a colorful discovery of Argentina! Once again, discover the beauty of its rich and varied landscapes!The mountain of 7 colors

Cerro de los Siete Colores: the hill of 7 colors – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – danilovieira1The mountain of 7 colors - photos Argentina

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Cerro de los Siete Colores: the hill of 7 colors – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Eefje VarossieauThe mountain with 14 colors

Serranía de Hornocal: the mountain of 14 colors – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Pedro CarrilhoSerranía de Hornocal: the mountain of 14 colors - photos Argentina

Serranía de Hornocal: the mountain of 14 colors – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Pedro CarrilhoYessera Quebrada de las Conchas

Yessera Quebrada de Las Conchas – Argentine | Credit photo : Shutterstock – NiarKradYessera Quebrada de las Conchas

Yessera Quebrada de Las Conchas – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Przemyslaw Skibinski

Buenos Aires, the capital

Because it is impossible to make you travel to Argentina without mentioning its capital, let’s head for Buenos Aires. One of the most important cities in Latin America, it is also nicknamed “the Paris of South America”. From its small colorful neighborhoods to the constant hustle and bustle of the heart of the city, discover the splendor of this capital which breathes football, tango, empanadas and mate…Buenos Aires - photos Argentine

The capital Buenos Aires by night – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Always WanderlustBuenos Aires

The neighborhood of La Boca, Buenos Aires – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – ThiagoSantosBuenos Aires - photos Argentine

Sunset over La Boca, Buenos Aires – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Lukas Bischoff PhotographBuenos Aires

Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Diego GrandiPink House

Casa Rosada, Presidential Palace of Buenos Aires – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Simon MayerBuenos Aires - photos Argentine - photos Argentine

Women’s Bridge, Buenos Aires – Argentine | Credit photo : Shutterstock – JOEL MIRANDA

For a refreshing break

Were you looking forward to them? Here they are, the famous Iguazú Falls, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984. Bordering Brazil , the Iguazú Falls are a set of 275 spectacular waterfalls that make them a must in the country. We leave you the pleasure of rediscovering them, alongside lagoons and lakes, just as bewitching and spectacular…Iguazu Falls

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Les Chutes d’Iguazu – Argentine | Credit photo : Shutterstock – Ivo Antonie de RooijIguazu Falls

The Iguazu Falls – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Ivo Anton PetrusLac Mascardi - photos Argentine

Mascardi Lake and its heart-shaped island – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – sunsingerArgentine Lake

Lago Argentino – Argentina | Credit photo: Shutterstock – KANNIKAR PONGSAPNahuel Huapi National Park - Argentina pictures

Parc National Nahuel Huapi – Argentina | Credit photo: Shutterstock – Tetyana Dotsenko

Mishmash of Argentinian landscapes

Since it is difficult to reduce this selection according to certain criteria, we offer you a hodgepodge of the most beautiful photos of Argentina. From Ushuaia to the vineyards of Mendoza, passing through a salt desert and archaeological remains, continue to travel discovering these Argentine nuggets…Ushuaia

Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego – Argentine | Credit photo : Shutterstock – Gonzalo BuzonniPenguins of Ushuaia - Argentina pictures

Penguins of Ushuaia – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Lucio ConsulVines of Mendoza

Mendoza vineyard – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Patrick SilveiraSalinas Grandes - pictures Argentina

The Salinas Grandes salt desert – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Galyna AndrushkoQuebrada de las Flechas - photos Argentine

Quebrada de las Flechas – Argentine | Photo credit : Shutterstock – Danica ChangSan Francisco Cathedral

San Francisco Cathedral, Salta – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – Lucio ConsulJesuit missions of the Guarani, San Ignacio - photos Argentina

Guarani Jesuit Missions, San Ignacio – Argentina | Photo credit: Shutterstock – makinajpThe Pampa

Pampas – Argentina | Crédit photo : Shutterstock – conceptPumice Stone Field

Campo de Piedra Pomez – Argentine | Crédit photo : Shutterstock – concept

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Mohamed SAKHRI
Mohamed SAKHRI

I am Mohamed SAKHRI, the creator and editor-in-chief of this blog, 'Discover the World – The Blog for Curious Travelers.' Join me as we embark on a journey around the world, uncovering beautiful places, diverse cultures, and captivating stories. Additionally, we will delve into mysterious and, at times, even bizarre destinations.

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