Due to budget constraints and the vast distances between major destinations, I chose the few I was most interested in and skipped the rest. In total, I spent just 12 days in Argentina.
I crossed the border from Brazil into Argentina at Iguazú Falls, spending a day exploring the falls on each side. From there, I flew to Buenos Aires where I spent a fun 5 days exploring the expansive port city, watching Tango dancing, and drinking my fair share of cheap, tasty wine. I spent 2 days in Mendoza, drinking even more cheap, tasty wine, before finally making the LONG journey south to El Calafate in the Patagonia region– one of my most anticipated destinations during my four-month trip around South America.