10 Most Unique Places in Argentina : Number 10 Drive Tourists Crazy !

Most Unique Places in Argentina

After winning the Qatar 2022 world cup competition, Argentina has now officially labeled its national team with a 3-star cap. This happened because Argentina won the world cup 3 times, namely the 1978, 1986 and finally 2022 editions in Qatar.

In addition to having 3-star stamps, Argentina also has a unique and diverse culture and locations, from mountains to pastures, rainforests and beautiful beaches. Here are some examples of the 10 most unique resorts in Argentina: 

10 most unique places in Argentina 

Buenos Aires 

Buenos Aires is a very unique city with many unique characteristics, such as tango dancing, cultural arts, nightlife and architecture. The combination of all these singularities makes Buenos Aires an interesting city to visit and makes it one of South America's most popular tourist destinations. 

1. Plaza de Mayo

Buenos Aires is the main city and foundation of Argentina. It was built in 1884 when the Recova building was demolished, and included the Plaza Mayor and Plaza de Armas, or what the city now knows as Plaza de la Victoria and Plaza 25 de Mayo. The Plaza de Mayo located in the city of Buenos Aires has become the most important protest site in Argentina, as well as the largest public demonstration in the country. Plaza de Mayo is also one of the most unique neighborhoods in Argentina.

2. Obelisco

The Obelisco is Argentina's most famous icon. Facing the Plaza de la República at the intersection of Corrientes and 9 de Julio, it was erected in 1936 to commemorate the fourth century of the founding of the ancient city. Construction began on March 20, 1936 and was completed on May 23, 1936. It was designed by architect Alberto Prebisch (the main man of Argentine modernism who also designed the Teatro Gran Rex, on Corrientes and Suipacha).

3. Parque de La Memoria

In October 2006, a ramp road and monument was erected for the government's violence response team. The land path is intended to form a giant "cut" in the park's lawn leading to the river. Composed of 18 umbrellas, 12 of them were selected through a competition and the rest are artists committed to human rights such as the works of Roberto Aizenberg, William G. Tucker and Dennis Oppenheim. This park is a favorite of guests because it is the most unique place in Argentina.


Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, after Buenos Aires and Córdoba. The city is located on the banks of the Paraná River and has a unique history and culture. Here are some of the things that make Rosario unique.

4. National Flag Monument

The complex has an area of almost 10,000 square meters and is mostly built with Andean stone, under the supervision of architects Angel Guido and Alejandro Bustillo, and sculpted by architects José Fioravanti, Alfredo Bigatti, and Eduardo Barnes The site was erected on June 20, 1957, coinciding with the anniversary of the death of Manuel Belgrano, the creator of the Argentine flag who first carried the flag to a desert island on February 27, 1812.

5. Rosario Museum of Contemporary Art

Most of the building consists of eight large concrete silos, which are painted in different colors, and are 7.5 meters in diameter. According to the museum's website, this is to "integrally preserve the building, glorifying the unique features of the concrete. There is an elevator on the ground floor to view the island and the surrounding river. has six floors and a total area of 970 m2 (10,400 ft2), and as of November 2005 it hosts a collection of 300 artworks by 220 different artists, including Lucio Fontana and Antonio Berni.

6. Balneario La Florida

There are also several facilities available at Balneario La Florida, such as restaurants, cafes, and souvenir shops, so visitors can buy food and drinks and take mementos of the place. Due to its stunning natural beauty, Balneario La Florida is one of the most unique places in Argentina and is perfect for spending time with family and friends, or even for enjoying a moment of solitude.


Cordoba is also known for its unique colonial architecture, such as churches and other religious buildings. The most famous location in the city is the Jesuit Block, an educational and construction complex built between 17 and 18.

7. Paseo del Buen Pastor

Is a business, cultural, and commercial district in Córdoba, Argentina. A modest building located in the middle of the residential and commercial area of Nueva Córdoba until it grew and developed is famous for its chapel, the only one in Córdoba built in the Greek architectural style. It was inspired by the work of local artists Emilio Caraffa, Manuel Cardeosa, and Emiliano Gómez Clara. Paseo Del Buen Pastor is a delight for travelers looking for the most unique places in Argentina.

8. Sarmiento Park

Work began in 1890 on the 17-hectare park and after it opened in 1911, it was named Park Sarmiento in honor of former President Domingo Sarmiento, a famous promoter of the national education system who was born a hundred years earlier. The park and its rose garden quickly became the preferred neighborhood of many in Córdoba's high society, until in 1912, Dr. Juan Ferreyra purchased the adjacent land for his Beaux Arts home, completed in 1916.

9. Plaza Colón

Plaza Colón is one of the oldest squares in Córdoba. Inaugurated in 1888 as Plaza Juárez Celman, its name was changed to Plaza Colón in 1892 and renovated in 1955 and again in 2022. The showers, sculptures, ponds, columns and planters were part of the Argentine Pavilion at the Universal Exhibition in Paris (1889) and were sent to Córdoba by the President of the Nation Miguel Juárez Celman, who was a native of Argentina's most unique neighborhood.

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10. Petagonia

Patagonia is a geographical region located in the southernmost part of the United States. Patagonia is popular in Argentina and Chile. The name Patagonia comes from the Spanish word patagón, which was used by Magellan to refer to the natives as "giants" by explorers. Patagonia is one of the most unique places in Argentina. Argentina's Patagonia region includes the provinces of Neuquén, Ro Negro, Chubut, Santa Cruz, and Tierra del Fuego, as well as the provinces of Buenos Aires, Mendoza, and La Pampa to the south. Patagonia, Chile's southernmost region, includes Los Lagos, Aisén, and Magallanes.Patagonia is not a South American territory, which is then claimed by Chile and Argentina.

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