Argentina Travel Maps

Buenos Aires and Vicinity

Buenos Aires is Patagonia’s primary gateway and also South America’s highest-profile capital. Many visitors spend weeks or even months enjoying its first-rate hotels, innovative cuisine, all-night entertainment, nonstop shopping, and matchless cultural resources. Despite its international sophistication, it’s also a city of intimate neighborhoods where no one is truly anonymous.

Map of Buenos Aires, Argentina and vicinity

Buenos Aires and Vicinity

Map of Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina


Map of La Boca, Argentina

La Boca

Map of Microcentro, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Microcentro and Vicinity

Map of Palermo, Argentina


Map of Puerto Madero, Argentina

Puerto Madero

Map of Recoleta, Argentina and Barrio Norte

Recoleta and Barrio Norte

Map of Retiro, Argentina


Map of San Telmo, Argentina

San Telmo

Map of Monserrat/Catedral al Sur and Vicinity

Monserrat/Catedral al Sur and Vicinity


Map of the Pampas, Argentina

The Pampas

Map of La Plata, Argentina

La Plata

Map of Mar del Plata, Argentina

Mar del Plata

Map of San Antonio de Areco, Argentina

San Antonio de Areco

Mesopotamia and The Parana

Map of Mesopotamia and the Paraná Littoral in Argentina

Mesopotamia and the Paraná Littoral

Map of Puerto Iguazú, Argentina

Puerto Iguazú

Map of Rosario, Argentina


Cuyo and Córdoba

Map of Cuyo, Argentina


Map of Córdoba Province, Argentina

Córdoba Province

Map of Mendoza, Argentina


Map of Córdoba, Argentina


The Andean Northwest

Map of the Andean Northwest in Argentina

The Andean Northwest

Map of Salta, Argentina


Map of Salta, Argentina


Map of Cafayate, Argentina


Northern Patagonia

Northern Patagonia comprises Neuquén and Río Negro, plus northwesterly parts of Chubut. While most of Argentine Patagonia is arid steppe, the densely forested sector near the Chilean border boasts numerous national parks. San Carlos de Bariloche is the country’s playground for hiking, skiing, rafting, kayaking, and fly-fishing.

Map of Northern Patagonia

Northern Patagonia

Map of San Carlos de Bariloche

San Carlos de Bariloche

Map of San Martín de los Andes, Argentina

San Martín de los Andes

Map of Esquel, Argentina


Map of El Bolsón, Argentina

El Bolsón

Map of Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi, Argentina

Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi

Southern Patagonia

Southern Patagonia consists of Chubut province and Santa Cruz province. Its coastline is a scenic cornucopia of whales, seals, penguins, and other wildlife. It’s also famous for Glaciar Perito Moreno, a crackling outlier of the Campo de Hielo Sur, the southern Patagonian ice sheet. Two legendary highways, the coastal RN 3 and the interior RN 40 connect the region with northerly provinces.

Map of Southern Patagonia, Argentina

Southern Patagonia

Map of El Calafate, Argentina

El Calafate

Map of Península Valdés, Argentina

Península Valdés

Map of Puerto Madryn, Argentina

Puerto Madryn

Map of Puerto Madryn Malecón, Argentina

Puerto Madryn Malecón

Map of Río Gallegos, Argentina

Río Gallegos

Map of Trelew, Argentina


Map of Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, Argentina

Parque Nacional Los Glaciares

Tierra del Fuego and Chilean Patagonia

If Patagonia is exciting, the archipelago of Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire) is electrifying. Labeled the “uttermost part of the earth” for its splendid isolation at the continent’s southern tip, it’s still a place where fur seals, sea lions, and penguins cavort in the choppy seas of the Magellan Strait. From the seashore, behind its capital of Ushuaia, glacial horns rise like sacred steeples. The beaches and southern beech woodlands of Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego, west of the city, are the terminus of the world’s southernmost highway.

Map of Tierra del Fuego Chilean Plateau in Argentina

Tierra del Fuego and Chilean Plateau

Map of Plaza de Armas Arturo Prat in Argentina

Plaza de Armas Arturo Prat

Map of Puerto Natales, Argentina

Puerto Natales

Map of Punta Arenas, Argentina

Punta Arenas

Map of Ushuaia, Argentina


Map of Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, Argentina

Parque Nacional Torres del Paine

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