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Argentina group tours for solo travelers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Argentina

Why travel solo to Argentina?

Traveling solo as part of a group tour to Argentina allows you to experience a country where modern, elegant cities come face-to-face with nature on a vast scale.

The capital Buenos Aires – known as the ‘Paris of South America’ – offers a touch of Europe class with a Latin twist. French-accented architecture dominates the streets, with characterful cafes reminiscent of 19th-century Paris and the rhythms of tango settling squares alight, especially at night.

But beyond the sensual glamor of the capital, a wild world beckons. The vast glaciers and ice fields of Patagonia. The rolling vineyards of Mendoza. The majesty of the Andes. All of which you can experience on a group adventure.

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Top places to visit in Argentina

Buenos Aires

If you’re a fan of steak or fine wine, you may find yourself lingering in Buenos Aires. Argentina’s capital is a food and wine delight with steakhouses on almost every corner. Away from excellent cuisine, Buenos Aires also offers grand French and Italian-style architecture, a plethora of galleries, and a vibrant street art scene.

Los Glaciares National Park

The glaciers in Los Glaciares National Park really are a grand sight. From Perito Moreno, known for the dramatic icefalls from its front wall, to ice that appears to flow through waterfalls and some of the most accessible glaciers in the world, it’s no wonder this is a hiker’s paradise.


In Mendoza, you can trek through vast open plains on horseback via rugged dirt tracks, the vast mountainscape all around you, or head to a local bar to make your way through a bottle of Argentinian wine accompanied by tender meats and local cheeses instead. Either way, Mendoza is a must-visit.


Córdoba does get unfairly overlooked by tourists, but the locals know better. It’s a city full of colonial history with the main plaza overlooked by a picturesque colonial cathedral. Art and culture abound, thanks to the Evita Fine Arts Museum and the Córdoba Cultural Center.

Trips to Argentina

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7 Days in The Americas

Argentina & Brazil: Tango, Beaches & Iguazú

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10 Days in The Americas

Ultimate Argentina

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Argentina facts

What's the national language?


What's the currency?

Argentine peso


Argentina Standard Time is GMT-3

Top three activities

1. Trekking through the Patagonian wilderness
2. Vineyard-hopping in Mendoza
3. Interactive dining experience in Recoleta

Top five dishes to try

1. Locro – hearty squash stew with meat
2. Asado – Argentine BBQ
3. Empanadas – fried or baked pastry turnover with a savory filling
4. Choripan – chorizo sandwich
5. Dulce de leche – caramelized milk used in desserts

79 °f

Average temp in summer

What's the weather like in Argentina?

The climate varies across Argentina, with some areas having a subtropical climate and others a sub-polar climate. The average summer temperature is 79ºF (26ºC), while winter averages 32ºF (0ºC).

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