Argentina is a beautiful country that is located southwest of Brazil. This country has become a favorite tourist destination for people who are traveling and discovering the world. If you are planning to visit Argentina soon, here are some interesting facts you should know about the country.

Get Ready For Hangovers And Meat Sweats

While in Argentina, be ready to eat a lot of meat and drink a lot. Traveling to Argentina is never complete without drinking the traditional brews like the yerba mate and eating your weight of grilled meat. Don’t find it unusual if you find the locals carrying small calabashes containing their favorite drink, which are prepared to share it with friends.

Always Take Your Time

Argentines are known to never rush. The locals have a leisurely mindset that translates to almost every daily activity. Most businesses open after 9 a.m. and dinner in Argentina starts around 9 or 10 pm. This does not mean that restaurants do not open early, but you will find most of them empty at around 7 p.m. The bars and nightclubs become lively from midnight. Be prepared to sleep in and stay out late.

What To Wear For The Climate

Argentina has one of the greatest biodiverse climates and terrains in the world. You have to be well prepared when traveling from one part of the country to the other due to sudden climatic changes. You may find that the west of the country is warm in summer while it is dry in the west. In the west, it is humid during summer. Carry clothing that will suit all weather patterns to be safe.

Prepare To See Amazing Landscapes

Argentina is one of the countries that have the most beautiful landscapes in the world. This country offers breathtaking views from the colored Andes Mountains to the tropical Iguazu Falls and the city of Ushuaia to the Patagonian Ice Field. Touring Argentina will change your vision for travel.

You Won’t Speak Traditional Spanish

Although Argentina was colonized by Spain, you will be surprised to know that Argentines don’t speak much Spanish. The common language you will hear in the streets is Lunfardo, which is a mixture of Spanish and Italian. This came about when Italian immigrants flocked to Argentina and eventually overtook the Spanish people to become the largest ethnic group in the country. Don’t be surprised when you use more hand gestures to communicate in the country because you may not be able to understand clearly what the locals are saying.

Carnivals And Festivals Abound

There are various festivals and carnivals hosted in this country every year. These events attract millions of tourists from all over the world who come to take part in cultural festivals celebrated by locals. The carnivals and festivals are performed all year long so there is never a dull moment in Argentina.

You’ll Fall In Love With Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is the most visited place in Argentina since it has a lot to offer. This place is captivating and perhaps it is popular because this is where you will see live performances of Tango dancing. Also known as the “Paris of South America,” Buenos Aires is one of the most romantic places in the world. Speaking of love.