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Greetings from Argentina ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ท


Hello and welcome to the Argentina Group โ€“ weโ€™re so excited to have you here! In this group, you can connect with other members who also live and work in your country. From country-specific compliance experiences to sharing your favorite coffee spots, you can find all the local details Community members chat about here.

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We all know historic stops like the iconic Obelisco in Buenos Aires are a must-see, but what are some of your other favorite places to visit in Argentina? Share your top sights in the comments below!



Buenos Aires is big and there is a lot to visit. But, if you are in CABA, I do recommend visiting El Rosedal, Los Lagos de Palermo, La Reserva Ecolรณgica, the Eco Parque (ex. zoolรณgico) and El Jardรญn Botรกnico. All for free and beautiful.


Thanks for sharing @Romi, these are great suggestions! El Jardรญn Botรกnico looks stunning, and the greenhouse looks like it has a lot of native species to appreciate. Los Lagos de Palermo also looks like a great outdoor space to enjoy a leisurely walk from, or maybe even to do some work in. Have you worked remotely from any of these places (though, totally okay if not - sometime you gotta put work down and stop to smell the roses!)

No, I have a lot of plants and flowers on my balcony ๐Ÿ™‚ I work from home. But those are amazing open spaces to visit and smell really nice roses. And also, native species. 


In order to be more federal. I think:
- Obelisco
- Cataratas del Iguazu
- Cerro Fitz Roy

Wow the water at the Fitz Roy looks SO pristine and clear! Gorgeous spot. Thanks for sharing, Ignacio!