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Veggie-filled empanadas made in 20 mins
Culture & Society

πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· Super Easy Veggie-Filled Empanadas Like in Argentina

Is there anything better than the feeling of vacation while being actually in the (home) office? (Well, probably to be on actual vacation, I get you.) To spice up your weekday lunch breaks, try out these veggie filled empanadas from Argentina – the country’s favourite. They’re fast, easy to prepare, and convincingly yummy. I was super happy to find ready-made empanada sheets in my local grocery store in Portugal, it felt like instant vicarious travel. Otherwise, it’s perfectly possible to cut down normal puff pastry sheets, or to bake your own if you feel brave. How to bake veggie filled …

Culture & Society

πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· 10 Festivals and Celebrations of Argentina to Dive into its Culture

When planning holiday in Argentina, I often think of visiting cities, hiking in nature, or even planning a fun activity. After arranging flights, accommodation and maybe transportation, the next thing I do is to check out museums, interesting spots outside the city, and nature trails. And it’s only when I’m already there that I hear from locals what an awesome festival I just missed! Well, I don’t want to miss those anymore. So I promise myself to include in my next Argentina trip some of these cool festivals, so I can join the fun. Here’s what I found out about …

Tierra del Fuego NP, the most famous National Park in Argentina
Great Outdoors

πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· A Hiker’s Guide to Argentina National Parks

Let Argentina bring you on a beautiful trip. From arid canyons to moving glaciers, from roaring waterfalls to crystal lakes, from marshlands to mountains. Wherever your feet lead you, you’ll need some serious hiking boots! With more than 40 National Parks scattered across a territory of 2,780,400 km2 (1,073,500 sq mi), there’s enough fun for the whole family. Some of them can be reached by public transportation, others require a car; some can be visited independently, others need a guided tour.Β We’ve partnered with other travel bloggers to bring you all the information here, in this selection of their favourite Argentina …

View on Mount Roraima, Venezuela
Great Outdoors

What is your favourite South America trek?

Sore legs and contented soul – nothing beats a good hike. In the sand, the snow or on the rocks, through the forest or along the sea, we feel happier outside. If the body’s moving, the mind is too, and the wonders of nature are the best inspiration. When it comes to hikes and treks, South America is just shy of paradise. We’re telling you here about our favourite hikes on the continent, but we’ve also turned to 10 fellow travel bloggers who share our love for the outdoors and our passion for Latin America; and we’ve asked them this …

Great Outdoors

πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· 10 Hikes for Adventure Trekking in Bariloche, Argentina

“The mountains are calling & I must go“, said naturalist John Muir while fighting to protect Yosemite in North America. Well, we’re confident that he would have said the same if he had paid a visit to the fantastic Lake District of Argentina. In the northern part of the Argentine Patagonia, this area reveals a string of lakes cheekily tickling a mountain background. It’s an ongoing source of outdoors activities for active travellers; but still, trekking Bariloche is the one pastime that just never gets old. Do you travel to Argentina to seek beauty? So make sure you add in …

northwest argentina cachi streets
Travel Resources

πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· [Itinerary] 2 or 3 Weeks in Argentina

How will we find the words to tell you? We loved Argentina so much, we hope you’ll love it too. But we won’t take on the task to convince you – we’ll rather let the country charm you. If this starts like a song, may its music carry your steps. Of course, 2 or 3 weeks in Argentina are not nearly enough to discover all its treasures; especially if you care about the environment (more about that in a bit). With this in mind, we’re giving you what we think is the best Argentina itinerary for your short time there; …

Travel Resources

πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· Backpacking Argentina: Tips & Destinations

We have a difficult mission ahead: we want to try and tell you why we love Argentina so much. The country doesn’t scream ‘holidays’ as loud as other nations in South America. It’s not tightly associated with sun and beaches like Colombia or Brazil; or to cultural wow’s like Peru; and it’s not a life experience like Bolivia can be. But maybe that’s precisely the reason why. Argentine towns are really liveable, safe, and the nature has a variety of landscapes to offer. In fact, several times during our 2 months backpacking in Argentina, we felt like we could put …