Bubbly and terribly endearing, Buenos Aires is unique in South America. Its architecture is reminiscent of its European character: more than once, during your stay, you think you have landed in Italy, Spain or even France.

The Argentinian capital nevertheless retains its own identity, thanks to the richness of its culture and its art of living where the pleasures of the table and the tango reign supreme.

The Valley of Uco has the particularity of having some of the highest vineyards in the world at the very foot of the Andes!

It is one of the most enchanting wine landscapes and without a doubt the Valley will awaken your sensations.

This fertile oasis is located in the center of the province of Mendoza and will surprise you with its landscapes and natural beauties.

Did you know that three quarters of Argentina’s wine production comes from this region with a mild and sunny climate?

If you are a lover of wine and beautiful landscapes, go to the pretty area of Lujan de Cuyo, only about twenty kilometers from Mendoza.

Located at the foot of the Andes, Mendoza is a laid back city. Known for its surrounding vineyards, the city will offer you the opportunity to have fun through tastings or to stroll along its wide green streets. Discovering Mendoza also means exploring the bars and restaurants overflowing on the sidewalks that come alive after dark.