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Bariloche Wears White



Winter in southern Argentina offers postcard landscapes and great flavors, but, above all, a wide range of snow activities. You only have to choose where and how to slide. 

Each season has its own magic in Bariloche. Landscapes, with vibrant and changing colors, offer different options for travelers, and create a special mood. The calmness of the red, brown and ochre shades of fall is followed by the dream of white snow. During winter, the atmosphere certainly invites us to eat chocolate in front of a smoky fireplaces, but it also encourages us to warm up our bodies by doing some exercise. Whether you use skis or wear good rubber boots, you can enjoy the mountains and fall in love with low temperatures. 
Patagonia’s main city boasts a variety of ski resorts along the mountain range. Although skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and snow motorcycles are the most adrenaline-pumping options, hiking through snowed forests or playing on the white mantle of snow can also be an adventure itself. Here are the best options to make the most of your stay:

Cerro Catedral. A must-stop for winter fans, this is the most important ski resort in South America. It covers 120 kilometers of ski runs with panoramic views of Nahuel Huapi and Gutierrez Lakes. Catedral is 2,388 meters high and it covers a 2,000-hectare area of skiable slopes with over 70 ski runs for all levels and excellent lifts, as well as a convenient proximity to the city. Beginners can take their first steps in Platforms 1,200 and 1,600, where ski instructors are. Skiers who are skilled in the technique can climb to the most advanced run quad chairlift Punta Nevada, and slide down Copper Mountain, Barrilete or La Hoya slopes up to El Filo, where they can expect to find a stunning view of the Andes Mountains. Many years ago, the ski resort became one of the main venues for the most important social and cultural events, including snowboarding and skiing competitions for professionals and amateurs, which are listed in the International Ski Federation (FIS) calendar.

Piedras Blancas. This resort has 3,000 meters of exclusive ski runs for sledding, which is unique in South America. It also has a historic value, since it is where ski started in Argentina, with the first school run by the legendary Otto Meiling. Visitors can tour the area on a snow bus, take snowboard lessons, and learn how to ski at the school. The resort is located on the east hillside of Cerro Otto.

Neumeyer Retreat. Located only 20 kilometers away from the city, Challhuaco Valley and its amazing lenga beech forest inside the Nahuel Huapi National Park, are the perfect spots for recreational mountain activities. In winter, both cross-country skiing and ski mountaineering can be performed.

Nordic Ski Resort. Located in Cerro Otto, 1,280 meters high, only six kilometers away from Bariloche, the resort offers convenient and easy access. Surrounded by a lenga beech forest, the resort features more than 10 kilometers of ski runs for all levels. Snow grooming machines prepare the ski runs on a daily basis, for both Nordic ski techniques—classic and skating.

If you want to book tours, trips, and accommodation for Bariloche, you can find the best prices and services at www.tangol.com. For more information, call (05411) 4363-6000 or email consultas@tangol.com.


Source: Revista Buenos Aires Day&Night




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Top things to do in Buenos Aires



Borges used to say that he felt a jealous love for Buenos Aires, in that he loved it so much that he couldn’t stand that other people also liked the city. However, its streets monuments, colors, aromas, flavors and peculiar sense of life make it a city worthy to share with the whole world.

In any case, the Argentine capital offers so much to see, that sometimes visitors end up capturing just a small part. Luckily here we have a little guide that will allow you to locate the true pulse of Buenos Aires.

In Buenos Aires there are seven key neighborhoods that you cannot miss. These areas are part of what makes any visit to the city a unique and unforgettable experience. Here we review those sites and how they reveal a side of the city beyond tango, fantasy literature and football.


La Boca
The neighborhood of La Boca is, as Julio Corta´zar would say, "a chromatic waste". That is to say that few other places in Argentina offer such a shock of vibrant color to the eyes. But this is not by chance: At the beginning of the nineteenth century La Boca was largely uninhabited. It wasn’t until 1830 when many Italians, mainly Genovese, began to arrive, and nowadays, their many descendants share the nickname of xeneizes with the fans of Boca Juniors, the local football club. The area was known for its booming shipping industry, and when the first houses were built, the inhabitants decided to repurpose leftover paint used for the hulls of boats, creating the colorful facades you see today. To this day the tradition of reusing the paint to create vibrant exteriors persists in this picturesque neighborhood. This neighborhood is a must-see in Buenos Aires - not only for the deep love of tango that is palpable in Caminito or for the colossal stadium, “La Bombonera,” but also for everything it represents for football fans. The experience of hearing 50,000 chanting stadium songs such as “Dale Bo” in unison is a life changing moment. That why it is often said that a Boca vs. River football match in “La Bombonera” could rival a Real Madrid vs. Barcelona game.


San Telmo.
The “suburb” of San Telmo was one of the first residential areas in Buenos Aires, it is visually remarkable as it captures the passage of time in a city that has seen everything. Colonial architecture, mythical antiques shops and cafe´s, survive alongside images of the 21st century. It is still possible to imagine the gatherings of intellectuals one hundred years ago, dressed in shabby suits, in deep discussion with friends in the corners of bars that still stand today. In San Telmo, culture is life.


Puerto Madero.
Not far from the history of San Telmo is the modern district of Puerto Madero, full of nightclubs, restaurants and business centers that warn of the second coming Buenos Aires and a future of imminent growth. From Puerto Madero it is necessary to see the emblematic “Puente de la Mujer”, an architectural avant-garde pedestrian crossing that is also a revolving bridge to allow for the passage of sail boats. Although it is a work of the Spaniard, Santiago Calatrava, the "Bridge of the Woman" is so Argentine that it also symbolizes, in its silhouette and movement, a couple dancing tango.


Palermo
Palermo has it all: it is the modernity of the city, the calm of the well planned passages and the opportunity to walk all over. From one street to another the options are endless. Fashion, art, commerce, services, parties and gastronomy. Although it is a mainly residential neighborhood, it is also the ideal place catering to young people and nightlife.

It is unofficially divided into Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood according to the commercial activity of each area: in the first, there is the gastronomic and cultural draw and in the second, film, television and entertainment.

Those who visit Palermo should go to Plaza Serrano to enjoy its bars, restaurants and huge shopping possibilities. But there is also time to spend in the beautiful Botanical Garden (it has more than 5000 species of plants) and in the Forests of Palermo, where the experience with nature is on another level.


Microcentro
Leopoldo Marechal said that the pulse of Buenos Aires is really measured through the Tango, but Microcentro teaches us that this city can also beat to rhythms of chaos, work and joy.

Banks, government offices, international organizations, multinational companies, and many people dressed in a formal way ... Taxi! This is where people run to get to work, but also where they leave on Fridays to hit the Irish bars, and where the view is enhanced by many monuments.

From Microcentro you have to check out not just the famous “9 de Julio” Avenue and its Obelisk; But also the historic “Avenida de Mayo” and the tumultuous “Calle Florida”, where in its shops you will find the perfect present for a loved one.


Plaza de Mayo
This is where the history of Buenos Aires is remembered and continues to be written. The great speeches, the unforgettable protests: everything ends in the Plaza de Mayo. The space contains the prestige of buildings such as the Casa Rosada (residence of the President), the Cabildo and the Metropolitan Cathedral.


Recoleta
They call it the Paris of Argentina because of the waves of French immigrants that arrived in the 19th century. This neighborhood is a destination for those who seek culture, as here you will find the National Museum of Fine Arts, the National Library and the Recoleta Cultural Center.

Also, in Recoleta is the emblematic cemetery that houses the graves of some of the most distinguished personalities of Argentine history, not to mention the amazing Parisian style architecture that distinguishes the neighborhood and a peculiar amount of statues that make many people say that Recoleta is the neighborhood with the most statues in the world.

Thus, Recoleta completes a list that only scratches the surface of what a trip to Buenos Aires can hold, however, can still guide you on a well-rounded, complete tour of the city for an unforgettable trip.

Another thing Jorge Luis Borges said about Buenos Aires is that "without its streets and sunsets a tango could never be written", and in this sense we must understand tango and its birthplace not only as a genre but as a metaphor for the beauty of history or as the first day of the rest of your life. As you have learned, Buenos Aires and its people inspire those who visit to live life to its fullest.


Source: Buenos Aires studies




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Argentina DMC



Tangol is a leading Destination Management Company based in Argentina. As a DMC in Argentina, we provide full incoming services to Companies, Travel Agencies and Tour Operators from all around the world.

We have more than 15 years of experience in providing services in Argentina and neighbouring countries (Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay, Brazil, Peru & Bolivia). We are a DMC based in Argentina and specialized in producing customized tailor-made programs to fit our customers special requirements.


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About our organization:
  • Our leisure department handles FIT, Groups and Series bookings for trips all around the main destinations in Argentina and South America. 
  • Our cruise department takes care of the requirements of Cruise Lines as well as shore-excursions and pre/post cruise programs for cruise passengers.
  • Our sports and cultural events department provides special programs with tickets for main sports & cultural events, as well as music shows, taking place in Buenos Aires and other cities in South America.
  • Our special interests department is dedicated to create exclusive travel experiences based on specific interests (Sailing, Spanish Courses, Horse-back riding, Golf, Tango, Wine etc.).
  • Our corporative department deals with corporative requests by providing full services such as private transfers, bilingual escorts, special accommodation, etc.


As a DMC in Argentina, we focus our business on reliability, accuracy, urgency and innovation, in order to get maximum satisfaction of our customers. We offer a high quality level of service according to international standards.

What Makes Us Unique: As the most experienced DMC in Argentina, the Tangol team goes further to provide more than just a trip. We design a unique package of experiences with the aim of exceeding the expectations of your passengers during their entire trip. 

We are proud members of ASTA (American Society of Travel Agents), LATA (Latin America Travel Association), CAT (Camara Argentina de Turismo) and ATTA (Adventure Travel Trade Association).


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Argentina Beaches



Although Argentina is better known for its tango than its beaches, this Latin American country still offers some international-class sand. Argentina has a 3,100-mile-long Atlantic coastline, which offers a wide range of hotspots, from attractive beachfront cities to peaceful retreats and unique nature areas of reservation. With such great attractions, the Argentine coast has always something to please visitors of all interests.

Your first question might be when it is the best time to travel to Argentina Beaches? If you are planning to go sunbathing, in that case you should consider visiting Argentina during its summer, which goes from december to march. While Argentina beaches season lasts only for 3-4 months, beaches in Argentina can be visited all year around by those who are looking for sea nature and beatiful landscapes as the ones you will only find in Patagonia.

Here we will list some of the best beaches in Argentina, located all down the eastern side of the country along the beautiful Atlantic coast.

1. Mar del Plata
If you ask anyone in Argentina about beaches in Argentina, Mar del Plata will definitely be one of the first answers. Known as "Mardel", this is one of the most popular beaches in Argentina, where locals go on vacation mainly during january and february, the summer school holidays.
Mar del Plata offers several sandy beaches along its 17kms coastline. Some of them might get quite crowdy during january and february, so if you are looking for a calm spot where to lay on the sand, you should consider visiting Mar del Plata during december or march. But if you are interested in an exciting beach vacation, Mar del Plata is a very lively option. Beach resorts are heavily urbanised, which means there are a lot of accommodation options, restaurants, and nightlife. You will find a long list of things to do: golfing, scuba diving, boat trips, assisting to casinos or theaters, and fishing.
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2. Puerto Madryn
Puerto Madryn is the gateway to Peninsula Valdes and Punta Tombo. Located by the Atlantic Ocean 1400 kms south of Buenos Aires, this beatiful city offers its visitors a wide list of things to do in its beaches. 
During summer (mid-december to end of march), this location becomes one of the main beach destinations for people in Patagonia, although it is a modest beach. But, from end of june to mid-december, whales watching becomes the most popular attraction. Whales can be watched directly form Puerto Madryn´s coast, but it is recommended to take the boat tours that depart from Puerto Piramides in Peninsula Valdes.
Penguins arrive to Punta Tombo in september, and stay in their colony until april. This national park is also one of the main attractions of the beaches in Argentina.
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3. Pinamar and Cariló
Pinamar and beaches around, offers beautiful landscapes which combine beaches with amazing pine forests. It is one of the most popular beach destinations for Buenos Aires residents, as it is only a three-hour driving distance from the capital city. Pinamar is a less crowded alternative to Mar del Plata, because it is slightly more exclusive. All along its coastline, you will find boutique hotels, cozy restaurants and beachfront facilities. Pinamar is definitely the best choice if you are travelling with children or looking for calm. It is a perfect place for a beach extension of your trip in Argentina during summer.
Cariló is located south next to Pinamar. It offers picturesque forest hotels and beautifully preserved beaches. Holidays here will be slightly more expensive than Pinamar, but sensitively more than Mar del Plata. However, if you are after luxury or exlusivity, Cariló is for sure the beach destination for you.
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Finally, I would also like to mention, that Uruguay is located only a short boat ride across the Rio de la Plata from Argentina’s capital. You can take the the ferry to Montevideo plus the bus to Punta del Este, and within 5 hours, you will arrive to one of the best and more exclusive beaches in South America. 
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Where to see and watch tango in buenos aires?



Looking where to see tango in Buenos Aires? If you want to watch a tango show in Buenos Aires, read this post until the end of it, and you will get useful information and tips about how to book the best tango shows in Buenos Aires with special discounts!

Here we will list some of the special deals that are available now at Tangol, where you will be able to get your seat for the best tango show in Buenos Aires with a discounted special price, by using the coupon codes below when adding your tango show to your shopping cart.


1. Coupon Code: ESQEJE25
Get 25% off for the Executive Location at Esquina Carlos Gardel Tango Show for your Dinner & Show with free transfers from your hotel.
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2. Coupon Code: ROJCEN20
Get 20% off at the unique Rojo Tango in Puerto Madero for your Dinner & Show with free drinks and pick-up at your hotel.
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3. Coupon Code: PORCEN25
Get 25% off at Tango Porteño Show for your Show with Dinner, with free tango lesson and transportation from your hotel.
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4. Coupon Code: SENEJE25
Get 25% off at the amazing Señor Tango Show for your Executive Show with Dinner and free transportation with pick-up at your hotel.

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5. Coupon Code: VIECEN25
Get 25% off at the El Viejo Almacen Tango Show for your Show with Dinner and free transfer from your hotel.

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You can use all these coupon codes at Tangol Tango Shows Booking Site, which are valid for until December 31st, 2017.-

Or you can click now on above links for each coupon code to make your reservation and get the cheaper rates available on internet. Don´t miss these special deals to get the best rates for your tango show in Buenos Aires

If we haven´t answered your question about where to see Tango in Buenos Aires, you can also have a look at More Discount Coupons for Tango Shows in Buenos Aires.



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