based on 10 experiences
I traveled to Bariloche, and I felt safe as a solo traveller. The weather was not very cooperative, but I managed to see wonderful places. Cerro Campanario has the best views by far. It is easy and cheap to take bus 20 from the center. I would also recommend to visit the Llao Llao cafeteria for gorgeous views. To enjoy the lakes I would recommend a boat tour to Bosque de Arrayanes. The food was great. Argentina has the best meat in the world, but also yummy cakes and chocolates. For best ice cream I recommend Mamushka.Posted: November 16, 2023Experienced: November, 2023
I went to Argentina alone. I embarked on a combined horseback and hiking expedition in the Patagonia region, with a several-day stay in Buenos Aires. I felt very safe. The locals advised me to stay away from a certain area of Buenos Aires, but all the time, throughout the country, I felt very comfortable. It's beautiful and the food is great.Posted: September 9, 2023
I went to Mendoza and visited the vineyards. Then I went to Cordoba and went on a walking tour. Next, Puerto Iguazu, where I crossed the border with Brazil to see the waterfall from both sides (the Argentine side is better, but both are amazing - I could spend a few days there). Then I went to Buenos Aires and I really liked it there. I went on walking tours, visited markets, and enjoyed tango lessons. I crossed the border into Uruguay for a few days. I was travelling alone, using public buses.Posted: August 7, 2023
Argentina is a very cool country and there are many places to visit. Jujuy, Salta, Iguazu Falls, Mendoza, Bariloche. Buenos Aires and Cordoba were my favorite cities. You need to have cash, as not all places accept credit cards. I traveled alone and didn't have any problems, but it's not the safest country I've visited.Posted: July 29, 2023
I stayed in Buenos Aires for 3 days. It was sufficient for me. Great city. Then I flew to Bariloche. From there, I took a bus south to Patagonia. I met other women and we spent time together. I loved Patagonia.Posted: April 9, 2023
I went to Ushuaia, Buenos Aires, Cordoba, and Mendoza in Argentina, and then I took a ferry from Buenos Aires to Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay and spent the weekend there, and then about a week in Montevideo. I never felt unsafe - I stayed with an old friend in Montevideo, though I mostly roamed around alone.Posted: February 7, 2023
I loved Argentina. Mendoza, for its beautiful views of the countryside (don't miss Aconcagua) and plenty of vineyards. Ushuaia - the end of the world and the "penguin island". Calafate for the Glacier National Park. Buenos Aires is such a wonderful city in every way - there is so much to do and see. Salta/Jujuy for Puramarca (hill of seven colors), Tilcara, Humahuaca, Salt Flats.Posted: November 17, 2022
Beautiful places, great hikes, and lots of nature. Also many small charming towns that you can simply wander around. Very safe while traveling alone, and I did almost everything by (night) buses.Posted: November 4, 2022
Hi! My name is Agustina and I'm from Argentina. I love travel everytime I can, learn about every place, discover his culture and the people. Mostly of my hobbies are about nature, photography and moments that allow self knowledge. I join in this app because I really would like to meet another traveller girls during my trip 😊
I’m Mara, I’m a very active, social and curious person. I like to travel and get to know the city like a local, meet new people and experience that I can learn from
Mom, yoga teacher, chef
Hi girls! I Rocio and I am 25 years old. I’m from Argentina cordoba. I studied law and administration. I like cooking a lot and traveling :) I would like travel around the world.
Hi, I'm a NYC based software engineer currently taking some time off work to think about life and values, while also seeking to experience yummy food and beautiful views. Challenging myself with fitness and mindfulness.
Vanessa Austin went to Machu Pichu and the Sacred Valley last year. This happily retired PhD, (adjunct), wants to see more of the world before time runs out! Omnivores reader, yogini and very poor bridge player would like to explore.