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.
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.