11 Most Memorable Small Towns in Argentina


This web story explores 11 memorable small towns in Argentina, each with its unique attractions and personality, offering a glimpse into the authentic Argentinean lifestyle.

A picturesque village surrounded by hills, Villa de la Quebrada is known for its Christ the Redeemer statue, which attracts thousands of pilgrims every year.

Villa de la Quebrada


A colorful village in the Quebrada de Humahuaca, Tilcara has a strong indigenous influence and a rich archaeological heritage.



A charming village with a German flair, Villa General Belgrano is famous for its Oktoberfest celebrations, which are the largest in South America.

Villa General Belgrano


A stunning village in the Andes, Purmamarca is home to the Cerro de los Siete Colores (Hill of Seven Colors), a natural wonder that displays a rainbow of hues.



A peaceful town on the banks of the Uruguay River, Colón is a perfect place to relax and enjoy nature. 



A paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, Villa La Angostura is nestled in the Andes near Nahuel Huapi Lake. 

Villa La Angostura


A gateway to Los Glaciares National Park, El Chaltén is often called the trekking capital of Argentina.

El Chaltén


A quiet village in the Andean foothills, Barreal is a great place for stargazing and enjoying the tranquility.



A pedestrian-only village in the Sierras Grandes, La Cumbrecita is a hidden gem that offers a serene escape.

La Cumbrecita


A paradise for nature lovers, Cholila is surrounded by lakes and forests that offer a variety of activities.



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