Spectacular fall foliage, pleasant temperatures, smaller crowds, and a vibrant cultural scene make fall a great time to visit
NEW YORK, April 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The fall of the Southern Hemisphere is a great time to visit Argentina, when temperatures are milder and summer crowds have receded. The beauty of Patagonia is even more breathtaking in the fall when its forests take on fiery colors against the backdrop of the snow-capped peaks of the Andes. And that of Buenos Aires sophisticated cultural scene comes back to life after the summer break.
Late April or early May is the perfect time to plan a visit to El Chaltén – one of Patagonia’s most picturesque towns famous for its hiking trails – to admire its dramatic landscapes painted in a palette of reds, oranges, yellows and vibrant greens without the big summer crowds. And the icy blue of nearby glaciers in Los Glaciares National Park – the largest of argentina national parks and a UNESCO World Heritage Site – contrast sharply with the fiery hues of the surrounding forests.
Autumn is also a magical time to take one of the argentina the most famous road trips. The Ruta de los Siete Lagos (Road of the Seven Lakes) is considered one of the most scenic routes in Argentina and connects the Patagonian resorts of San Martín de los Andes to Villa La Angostura. This segment of argentina legendary Highway 40 meanders through multicolored lakes that range from metallic blues, sunny emeralds and translucent sapphires, some of the most spectacular in Patagonia.
Travelers wishing to explore the charms of Ushuaiathe city at the end of the world, and Land of Fireshould take advantage of the fall months to see the beauty of the area enhanced by the brilliant colors of the fall foliage and the small crowds following the peak summer travel season.
Iguazu Falls is also ideal to visit in the fall when temperatures and humidity levels have dropped and the large summer crowds have receded. Located in lush subtropical rainforest listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Iguazú Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in the world and is considered one of the most imposing natural sites in the world .
Wine lovers looking to tour the vineyards argentina the largest wine-growing province of Mendoza find the natural beauty of the area with its rugged terrain, snow-capped peaks, wild rivers and canyons highlighted as the trees lining the roads turn shades of ocher and yellow. Outdoor adventure seekers can also take advantage of the small crowds in the Atuel Canyon, a popular location for its wide range of adventure sports including rafting, tubing, hiking, horseback riding and snorkeling. Mountain biking before relaxing in the thermal baths of Villavicencio.
City dwellers and culture vultures can soak up Buenos Aires’ sophisticated cultural scene coming back to life after the calmer summer months. The city’s prestigious Teatro Colón – ranked among the top 10 opera houses in the world for its beauty, acoustics and the quality of its performances – launches its new opera, philharmonic and ballet season in March each year, as does the countless other opera houses in the city. theaters and performance halls. BAFICI, the International Festival of Independent Cinema of Buenos Aires, will be held this year from April 20 to May 1you.
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