Argentina By hailey holmes

The Spanish, led by Juan Diaz de Solis, visited the territory which is now Agentina in 1516. In 1536, Pedro de Mendoza established a small settlement at the modern location of Buenos Aires, which was abandoned in 1541.

Argentina is located in South America. It is divided into four topographical regions. Andean, Patagonia, Subtropical Plains of the North, and the Pampas. Argentina is 107.4 million miles. The languages that are spoken in this country is Italian, German, English, French, and Spanish. The currencies they use is Argentine pesos and Argentine austral's. So, one US dollar equals 15 Argentine pesos. The Indigenous people that live in Argentina is Mapuche, Toba, Guarani and 32 others. 43.42 million people live in Argentina. Railways, roads, and air routes spread out from Buenos Aires, linking most of Argentina's cities and towns with the capital. In 1516, the Spanish explorer Juan Diaz de Solis became the first European to reach Argentina. He landed on the shores of the Rio de la Plata. Argentina es un país grande. Viajar a Argentina es divertido. Esta es una experiencia unica. Hay tantos complejos. Hay mucha gente para saludar. A la gente le gusta cocinar. Visita Argentina hoy!

The music of Argentina is known mostly for the Tango. Chorizo: A spicy sausage usually made from pork. Empanadas: Small pies filled with all types of filling, although ham, cheese and meat are the most popular. Milanesas: Thin breaded meat, similar to a German schnitzel are a couple different foods in Argentina. Hay muchos tipos de música también.

Argentina has a culture with Latins and Europeans. Aonikenk, Kolla, Qom, Wichí, Diaguita, Mocoví, Huarpe peoples, Mapuche and Guarani are some popular native cultures. Wichi is a native culture in Argentina. Their popular music is folk. Their foods or popular dishes are Asado, Alfajor, and Picadas.

Between February and March, they have carnivals. Around the end of February is a celebration which usually involves wine. Sería divertido estar o ver un carnaval en Argentina.

La temperatura es fría. Tomar una foto para recordar. It costs $97 for 9 hours. It includes a professional guide, a boat ride, and a hotel pick up and drop off.

Tienes que practicar el tango. Tomar una foto para recordar. It costs $110 for 4 hours. It includes Dinner, Soft drinks, 1 bottle of wine for every 2 people, 1 cup of coffee or tea, Entrance fees, and Hotel pickup and drop-off.

Las caídas del iguazu son calientes. Tiene buen tiempo. It costs $35 for 6 hours. It includes sightseeing tour of the Argentinian side of Iguassu Falls from Foz do Iguaçu, Local guide and Hotel pickup and drop off in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil.

La temperatura tiene que ser fría. Tienes que alquilar una bicicleta para el tour. It costs $131 for 8 hours. It includes a professional English- and Spanish-speaking guide, Wine tasting at three wineries, Lunch, Hotel pickup and drop-off from centrally located hotels and Transport by air-conditioned minivan.

Toma una foto aquí! Tienes la oportunidad de practicar la cocina. It costs $90 for 3.5 hours. It includes empanada and alfajor making class, unlimited wine tasting, mate tasting, professional chef Mixology and aroma class (if option selected).

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