Argentina is the second largest country in South America. Buenos Aires, its capital, is an extraordinarily cosmopolitan city, not only because of its European culture and the diverse ethnic backgrounds of its inhabitants, but also because its architecture and rich distinctive cultural influences. Buenos Aires has a varied cultural life that can be found at the Colón Theatre (opera, music and ballet), art galleries, museums and cathedrals.
During the day it has a unique and exciting atmosphere. Night-life in this city is very intense. It is said that Buenos Aires never sleeps. It is famous for its international gastronomy and quality of its wines.
Buenos Aires is also the birthplace of Tango. You can find the best Tango musicians and dance shows.
Spanish is the official language in Argentina but English is spoken by many residents.
Apart from Buenos Aires people from all parts of the world visit sites like the Glaciar Perito Moreno (which is one of the few moving glaciers in the world), Iguazú falls (located in the Iguazú National Park, a subtropical rain forest with exotic fauna) and Bariloche at the shore of the Nahuel Huapi lake, one of the country’s most beautiful mountain resorts, unique in South America.