The Malvinas Argentinas Ushuaia Airport is the Southermost airport in Argentina and often referred to as the “gate to Antarctica”. The airport itself is actually quite small and not served by many airlines, but very comfortable to arrive at and depart from. In this airport guide, we’ll explain what you need to know about the airport of Ushuaia. You can find more content about Ushuaia on our city page! Ushuaia is very important… Read More
Transportation in Buenos Aires is among the best systems in whole South America. The city does not only have a long history when it comes to the underground system and tram system, but till today has a very good transportation system. You can find more content about Buenos Aires on our city page! While transportation in Sao Paulo is hardly amazing, the situation in Buenos Aires is totally different. While Argentina doesn’t… Read More
Running in Buenos Aires can be a very enjoyable experience. This is especially true if you are staying in the Puerto Madero area. Here, you can find the Reserva Ecologica Costanera Sur, which is a beautiful nature reserve just minutes away from the busy city. When visiting Buenos Aires, we stayed at the Hilton Buenos Aires and thus were very close to the Reserva Ecologica Costanera Sur. Distance: 6.5 Kilometers Calories burned: 375-425… Read More
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The southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, is also the capital of the Tierra del Fuego located in Southern Argentina. Ushuaia was founded in the second half of the 19th century by British missionaries, and was first inhabited mainly by non-Argentinians. You can find more content about Ushuaia on our city page! Nowadays, it is used both as an industrial port as well as a touristic spot. Many cruise ships to the… Read More
Buenos Aires is a huge city and as such there is a lot to see. In this city guide I’ll give you a brief overview of what we managed to see during our two day stay. You can find more content about Buenos Aires on our city page! Blessed with ideal sightseeing weather, we started off our visit of the city in the Puerto Madero area as this is where the Hilton… Read More
After visiting the most southern city of Argentina, we’ve just explored the vibrant capital Buenos Aires. Despite being a huge city, it has a very welcoming feeling to it. Not only are there many historical buildings, but also lots of green areas. Also we were blessed with perfect weather for sightseeing! As usual, we’ll follow up with an extensive post about the city!
We’ve made it to beautiful Ushuaia – also known as “fin del mundo”. Not only is it spectacular to see the continuously changing shades of clouds above the mountains, but also does it offer an amazing wildlife. Make sure to not miss out on exploring the Beagle Channel and saying hi to some pretty cute penguins! As usual, we’ll follow up with more pictures and information about our visit later on traveluxblog.com!