Day 1-2: Buenos Aires
Arrive in Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina, and spend two days exploring the city.
Visit the historic neighborhood of San Telmo, the colorful street markets of La Boca, and the famous Cemetery of La Recoleta, where many notable Argentineans are buried.
Take in a tango show, go shopping on the famous Avenida Florida, and sample some of the city’s famous steaks.
Day 3-4: Mar del Plata
Drive south to Mar del Plata, a popular seaside resort town located on the Atlantic coast of Argentina.
Spend two days relaxing on the beaches, trying some of the local seafood, and visiting some of the local attractions, such as the Casino Central and the Museo Municipal de Arte Juan C.Castagnino.
Day 5-6: Miramar
Continue south along the coast to Miramar, a quaint fishing village located on the Atlantic coast of Argentina.
Spend two days exploring the beaches, hiking in the nearby hills, and trying some of the local seafood.
Day 7-8: Cordoba
A historic city located in the heart of Argentina. Cordoba is known for its colonial architecture, rich history, and vibrant cultural scene.
Visit the Jesuit Block and Estancias, a group of historic buildings that were once part of a Jesuit mission in the 17th and 18th centuries. Today, they are museums that showcase the history and cultural heritage of the region.
Take a walk through the historic center of Cordoba and admire the colonial architecture of the buildings, churches, and plazas.
Take a day trip to the Punilla Valley, a picturesque region located just outside of Cordoba. The Punilla Valley is famous for its scenic countryside, charming villages, and natural hot springs.
End the day by relaxing in one of the natural hot springs in the area and admire the stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
Day 9-10: Buenos Aires
Drive back to Buenos Aires for a final two-day stay.
Take the opportunity to revisit some of the city’s highlights, or explore some new areas that you may have missed on your first visit.