Bus, plane, train and car
If you’re moving about in Argentina fairly regularly, you’re likely to spend quite a bit of cash. Distances are vast, and even standard bus fares can be expensive. Air travel is a far quicker option of course, though be prepared to pay through the nose if you’re not booking far in advance.
Salta and Mendoza
The world’s fifth-largest wine producer, Argentina is justifiably famous for its inky red Malbec. The variety of grape, though originally cultivated in France, has become symbolic of Argentina’s growing reputation as a producer of great wines.
Five of the best spots
Buenos Aires is one of the best places in Latin America for history and culture. If you’re lucky enough to be an expat here already, you’ll know how much this city has to offer both to locals and foreigners. Here’s our guide to five of the best things in the city.