Summer holiday destination for millions of Argentines, the Atlantic coast has some excellent beach resorts, while inland in the sierra there is fine countryside to explore.
Like most people, Argentines like to see the sea and will endure congested roads and standing-room-only beaches to do so. No sooner is the New Year’s celebration over than large swathes of the Buenos Aires populace pack their buckets, spades, and thermos flasks and set off for their annual summer holidays.
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A 1,300 km from Buenos Aires, in the regions of the Northwest, tourism is making its first trial and is almost exclusively powered by Argentines, who wander from the troubled tribal roots and their Andean nation. Vertically above the Tropic of Capricorn, there are places like Cafayate, with its spectacular quebrada dug by the waters, or Purmamarca, with the Cerro de los Siete Colores that seems