Bodegas Salentein lies in the province of Mendoza—the most important winegrowing region of Argentina—boasting some 350,000 vineyard acres and more than 700 wineries. Bodegas Salentein is a leader in the transformation of the Argentinean wine industry from old-world to world-class.
Here you will find the best pictures showing the beautiful Landscapes you can enjoy when traveling to Argentina. Note: You can click on a Category on the right panel to show only a subset of the pictures, for example 'Patagonia', 'Iguazu Falls', or 'Buenos Aires'. Enjoy!
Aconcagua is located in the heart of the Argentine-Chilean Central Andes, at 22,835 feet, is the highest mountain in the world outside Himalayas. The name Aconcagua comes from the Quechua word and it means "Stone Sentry". This mountain was first explored by the Incas, where they used to celebrate their rites in the Andean summits.
This is the main attraction in La Boca, Buenos Aires's original Little Italy. A pedestrianized street a few blocks long with a colorful, kitschy collection of painted houses known as conventillos (flimsily built houses that immigrants lived in), it's lined with art displays explaining the history of the area.
Café Tortoni was founded in 1858 and is the oldest coffee shop in Argentina. It is unquestionably the most famous. With a rich history, it has been visited by anybody who was anybody in Argentinean literature, politics or art. Hilary Clinton has also visited Café Tortoni and is quoted as saying, "What a treat to visit a piece of history and enjoy both the ambience and the delicious meal."
The different colors correspond to different kinds of minerals, formed during the cretaceous period, 65 millions of years ago after the dinosaurs extinction. I has been proposed as Natural Monument.
A memorable experience and a spectacle of nature, they are considered a wonder of the world. These falls originated 200 thousands years ago in the place that today is known as “the 3 frontiers” marked with stone pillars, where the Iguazú river and the Paraná river meet.
This one has become the most impressive falls of the group, The Devil’s Throat. Eighty meters high, it is located on the principal river course. Depending on the water level, you can see anywhere between 160 to 260 falls, that on average flow at a rate of 1500 cubic meters of water per second.
San Carlos de Bariloche, the main tourist destination in Río Negro Province and one of the main tourist destinations in Argentina, is located in the northwest of the Argentine Patagonia, at 770 meters above sea level, on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi. It is 1,680 kilometres away from Buenos Aires City. The colours and hues of the landscape vary according to the time of year, with each season offering its own special surprise: sheer green in summer, ochre and yellow in autumn, multicolour in spring and stunning white in winter.
El Calafate is a village where the inhabitants have made of hospitality a cult. It is a peaceful and picturesque settlement, a heaven of peace and vegetation, where the Patagonian beauty can be discovered. It is a place where steppes, mountains, lakes, woods and glaciers coexist with rich native flora and fauna.