More like neighboring Bolivia and Peru in terms of culture, the Northwest region of Argentina is worlds away from the European stylings of Buenos Aires.
The Chaco region of the northeast is named after the sprawling Chaco Basin.
This is Argentina’s foremost wine-producing area, representing almost 80% of all viticulture in the entire country.
In the north, Misiones is engulfed by international borders on all but its southern demarcation.
A region of livestock farming and agriculture thanks to its fertile soil, Pampas is the place to go to experience the hardy lifestyle.
Split between Argentina and Chile to the west, Patagonia is the enormous southern end of South America.
‘The Land of Fire,’ Tierra del Fuego is the almost inaccessible southernmost region of Argentina.