It seems that Argentina is destined to forge its identity out of the lack of identity.
This can be interpreted as a simple play on words and it is, in part, the result of a country that developed by means of imitating others.
However, as one dives into the center of the country, certain cultural and anthropological features reveal making up the Argentinean being. This kind of historical, political and cultural crossroads endured by Argentina is, at the same time, one of the phenomena that seduce Argentinean people and foreigners.
This seduction is present in the arising interest of our fanciful geography to people from different corners of the world.
But, for truth's sake, Argentina is a country that can only be understood by us, the ones who live in this land. That is why, we include some data to have in mind when you decide to travel to this country. These data can be useful to minimize risks and maximize pleasure. The pieces of advice provided here will not guarantee a successful trip but will help you prevent certain unwilling or inconvenient situations.
To sum up, try to enjoy this “information menu” because the main course will be tasted by you as you finally travel around inexhaustible Argentina.
This section has come to be named HDR Photographs (High Dynamic Range) and it lets visitors observe 3D photographs. This is the result of a technology that imitates the performance of the pupil in the human eye when it becomes adapted to the light. Thus, these photographs seem real and they provide watchers the chance to feel as if they were in the very same place they are watching.
The wine-making region in Argentina spreads at the foothills of the Andean Mountain Range along over 2,400 km., from the Province of Salta to the Province of Río Negro, with a variety of climates and soils that makes each region a unique land.
Abundant sunny days and thermal amplitude favor a good maturity and concentration of aroma and color in the grain.