Discover where locals travel in Argentina

(Lonely Planet) Where Locals Go features under-the-radar holiday destinations that are often overlooked by visitors but cherished by locals. Here, we ask three experts on Argentina for their top picks.

Breathtaking Patagonian wilderness surrounds Ushuaia, a 3.5-hour flight south of Buenos Aires.

This water lover adores staying at Arakur, located atop Cerro Alarkén, for its fabulous in/out swimming pool and 360º panoramas. Conveniently, the Vinos al Sur wine fair takes place here, too. In addition to strolling through Alarkén’s native forest, you’ll find more-adventurous terrains to discover in Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego, where snow-capped mountains, frigid waters and blustery lenga forests always blow away my Buenos Aires cobwebs. After working up an appetite, my reward is the Tierra del Fuego–led tasting menu at Kalma, where the star dish is merluza negra (Patagonian toothfish). 

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