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Walking Vacation Argentina: Walking in Patagonia​

Activity Level: Moderate  |  Daily Mileage: 3 – 10 mi  |  Daily Walking: 2 – 6 hr
Pre-trip Extension:
Buenos Aires · 2 nights $445

Post-trip Extension:
Mendoza Wine Region · 3 nights $545
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Finca Adalgisa

Finca Adalgisa Finca Adalgisa is an early 20th century manor house and vineyard estate in the heart of the premier wine-growing region of Argentina. It is a charming family home converted in 2001 by Gabriela Furlotti—a third generation Argentine-Italian—into the first boutique hotel and finca in Mendoza. Although secluded and private, it is conveniently located within 20 minutes drive of Mendoza’s city center and within walking distance of a thriving little community with local shops and nice restaurants, called Chacras de Coria. Eleven guest rooms are located at our Finca. The vineyard and fruit trees occupy more than half of the total of approximately 5 acres. Each room manages to be unique, unpretentious and comfortable. Complimentary WiFi is available in the lobby.

Loi Suites Recoleta

Loi Suites Recoleta Loi Suites Recoleta is located in the Recoleta district, the most elegant area of the city. From here, it’s an easy walk to museums, art galleries, lovely parks, shops, and the Recoleta Cemetery, where Eva Peron is buried. Relax in your hotel’s indoor swimming pool or dry sauna, sample Argentine cuisine in La Fuente restaurant, or warm up for your walking vacation in the gym. However you spend your time, you’ll find a soothing, intimate atmosphere. VBT has arranged a complimentary upgrade for our guests to the hotel’s executive studios, which feature two twin beds, writing desk with internet access, CD music system, minibar, and in-room safe. Complimentary VBT upgrade to Executive Studios. WiFi is available for free in the lobby and in the guest rooms at an additional cost.

Los Cerros

Los Cerros Los Cerros is located in the young outpost town of El Chalten, the doorstep into the most imposing mountains of Patagonia. This rustic property boasts large windows, which offer panoramic views of surrounding valleys, lakes and mountains. After rewarding days of walking, relax by its corner fireplace with a glass of Argentina’s best wine. And you can dine on finely prepared cuisine in its inviting dining room, which specializes in hare stew and a delicate lamb. The friendly staff will make you feel part of their Patagonian family.

Its 44 rooms provide an intimate, relaxed atmosphere. They are decorated to achieve harmony with the environment through a careful combination of rustic materials and cozy and colorful elements. Each room features large viewing windows and private bath with hydro-massage, shower and hair dryer. Complimentary WiFi is available in the lobby.

Los Sauces Casa Patagonia

Los Sauces Casa Patagonia Los Sauces Casa Patagonia opened in September 2007 to become the luxury hotel of El Calafate, gateway to Los Glaciares National Park. The property and its staff exude the hospitality and refined spirit of the Patagonian farms that worked this land a century ago. The architectural style of Los Sauces could be summed up as “rustic European,” with its clean lines, natural garden of willows and rose hips and the small river that flows past the property. It’s a peaceful, natural setting where you will love concluding your day. El Calafate’s main street is just 1,000 yards away.

Its 38 suites are distributed among five individual, ranch-like casas, spread out over a compound that encourages quiet strolls. Each casa has its own personality and style, boasts a common living room with a fireplace and offers complimentary tea and coffee. Barracan knitted upholstery, porphyry rock walls, and leather details lend a warm ambiance. Paintings by well-known Argentine artists and carefully selected furniture complete the decoration of each suite. Each room features a telephone, wireless internet, television and bathroom with hydro-massage and shower.

Panamericano Buenos Aires

Panamericano Buenos Aires The Panamericano Buenos Aires Hotel is situated just in front of the Obelisk and the Colón Theater, in the downtown area of Argentine's Capital Federal known as "microcentro". It is Buenos Aires's nerve and vibrating center, a city with a European soul and latin fervor. Buenos Aires is Puerto Madero, with its restaurants, the "Puente de la mujer" (Woman's bridge) by Santiago Calatrava. But is also La Boca, with the "Bombonera" and Caminito; San Telmo with its fair, antiquarians and the air full of tango; the Costanera Sur (Southern riverside), with Lola Mora's fountain; and Plaza de Mayo square, with its Cathedral and its Casa Rosada (the Pink House). Buenos Aires is Palermo with the Planetarium, the Racetracks, the Zoo and the Floralis Generica, Eduardo Catalano's steel flower. Buenos Aires is tango and Maradona's soccer, but is also polo, pure skill and adrenaline.

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