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This Argentina travel guide is for backpackers who want to get the most out their trip. In this epic guide you will find local advice, insider backpacker routes, and next level travel tips so you can travel Argentina like a boss. All of this and more will be at your fingertips thanks to this budget guide to backpacking Argentina. Buenos Aires is probably my all-time favorite city in South America.
Buenos Aires is a marvel. For those backpacking Argentina, Buenos Aires is the perfect place to kick everything off. Most noticeable is the Obelisco that rises prominently in the middle of bustling Avenida 9 de Julio.
Several cultural landmarks, like the Casa Rosada and Palacio Barolo, are around this area. Is an older, slightly grittier district that is best experienced on foot and at a leisurely pace. In San Telmo, there are lots of tango halls and cafes that get rowdy in the evening. La Boca is probably the most photographed place in Buenos Aires because of its multicolored houses.
Without a doubt the hippest district in the city. Quaint boutiques and amazing restaurants line the streets endlessly here. On the facades is some of the best street art in all of South America. The most interesting site here though is the Cemetery. This necropolis is massive and wandering amongst the tombs is one of the coolest things to do in Buenos Aires.
The Argentinian side traverses the top of the falls and gives a more up-close and personal experience. The Brazilian side is closer to the bottom of the falls but allows for a fuller panoramic view of them.