Tango through the music-filled streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina’s sensuous capital. Go behind the scenes of its famed Colon Theatre, get a polo lesson, or join an overland to Iguazu Falls. Foodies can take a Food & Wine culinary walk and dine at one of Buenos Aires’ closed-door restaurants. Ushuaia offers treks in Tierra del Fuego National Park and sea kayaking in the Beagle Channel, while Puerto Madryn leads to the UNESCO-designated Valdes Peninsula and a massive colony of Magellan penguins.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

In the early 20th century, Buenos Aires, Argentina, gained immense wealth when it began shipping its pampas-raised beef around the world. It quickly entered the club of great world cities, and a slew of attractions and architectural jewels soon arose. Since that time, the capital has experienced huge swings in economic and political fortune. But Buenos Aires continues to fascinate and entertain sightseeing visitors, both for its chaotic energy and for its sheer urban beauty. Thankfully, the Belle Époque grandeur and enormous tracts of greenery remain. Any list of things to do in Buenos Aires would begin with its many walkable neighborhoods.