Why to visit Argentina?

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If you have a chance to visit Argentina and you are not sure if it is worth it, then read this article, and then make your final decision.

  • Tango – This dance is Argentina’s symbol and the passion of all the people living here.
  • Perito Moreno Glacier – It is one of the most incredible natural wonders in Argentina. The sight of this ice wall rising 74 meters out of the water is amazing. If you ever visit this country, you should not skip this place.
  • People are friendly – If you are looking for something or you do not speak their language, it is easy to find someone that will be happy to help you.
  • Iguazu falls – When Eleanor Roosevelt visited these, he said “Poor Niagara!” and there is a reason for that. These falls were established in 1984 as Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This is one of the most frequented tourist sites in Argentina.
  • Festivals – This country has many wonderful festivals. The Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Film, Fashion Buenos Aires, La Rural are the few names of the many festivals that you can attend in this country.
  • Beef – This country has the world’s highest consumption rate of beef, at 65kg a year per capita.
  • Horses – Ponies actually have been a part of this country’s culture since the Argentine cowboys (gauchos) roamed the expansive fields of this country.

Top places to visit in America

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America is one of the richest continents and probably the most developed compared to all others since most of the technology is made there. But besides that, America has a lot of nice places that traveler addicts should visit. The Americans have heard of all these, but the other people probably not. Here is a list of some great places that everyone should visit whenever there is a chance to do so.

  1. Yosemite National Park, California. It is celebrating its 150th birthday this year. This park was originally protected by President Abraham Lincoln’s signing in 1864. It became a national park in 1890.
  2. Jersey Shore. The Sandy Castle project started as an idea in February to help Point Pleasant Beach and the greater Jersey Shore community recovers from the effects of Superstorm Sandy.
  3. Las Vegas. A city built on gambling and entertainment. It is expanding into other activities designed to attract visitors. Though it may not be ideal for those seeking an enriching cultural experience, Sin City is a great getaway if you’re looking to escape the real world — however innocently or as excessively as you choose.
  4. New York City. Museum-strolling, opera-watching, bar-hopping — the sheer number of things to do in the Big Apple puts most of its U.S. peers to shame.
  5. Jackson Hole. It is perfect place for the nature-lovers. Whether you’re skiing at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort or snapping photos of the residents at the National Elk Refuge, you’ll be in awe of what this destination has to offer.