Buenos Aires, Argentina is the most European of any city in South America, both in lifestyle and in its architecture. The city’s neighborhoods are small, each with its own character and colors. Stroll through La Boca and San Telmo, catch a street-side tango performance, and explore the Recoleta cemetery, with its art deco and Art Nouveau monuments. A day trip to a gaucho ranch outside the city includes horseback riding and a traditional parrillada barbecue, plus a performance of folk song and dance.
Iguazu Falls is one of the most jaw-dropping sights on the planet. Located on the border of Brazil and Argentina, this natural wonder is comprised of 275 individual waterfalls. Special walkways have been built around the falls so you can get close. A long pathway along the canyon (on the Brazilian side of the falls) is complemented by helicopter trips over the water to allow a completely uninterrupted experience of the splendor of Iguazu.