FOLLOW US

Argentina Events

Tilcara Carnival Festival

See the village of Tilcara in Jujuy province come alive with a welcoming party atmosphere and boundless celebrations. The festival is traditionally for the villages to thank the earth for its produce. Festivities last nine days, at the end of which the devil is symbolically hidden away in a rock covered hole until festival time the following year.


Opening Hours:
Admission Fees:
Disabled Access:
UNESCO:
Address:
Website:

Malvinas Day

Officially called Día del Veterano de Guerra y de los Caídos en la Guerra de las Malvinas (the Day of the Veterans and Fallen of the Malvinas War), Malvinas Day is an annual public holiday commemorating the country’s fallen soldiers in the Falklands War in 1982.


Opening Hours:
Admission Fees:
Disabled Access:
UNESCO:
Address:
Website:

Independence Day

This nationwide public holiday is marked throughout the country with celebrations a plenty. Families gather together, and parties and live music pop up everywhere. The annual event marks the date July 9, 1816, when the Congress of Tucuman passed a resolution declaring Argentina’s independence from Spain.


Opening Hours:
Admission Fees:
Disabled Access:
UNESCO:
Address:
Website:

Gualeguaychu Carnival

Witness one of the largest carnivals in the country, with huge parades bursting at the seams with dancing, colourful costumes and live music in Gualeguaychu in the Entre Rios region. The carnival takes place every Saturday during January, February and the first Saturday in March.


Opening Hours:
Admission Fees:
Disabled Access:
UNESCO:
Address:
Website:

Oktoberfest Argentina: Fiesta Nacional de la Cerveza

During late September and early October, thousands of thirsty visitors arrive in Córdoba to swig beer and be merry at this popular festival. The event has taken place every year since 1963, set up originally by German immigrants. It is a large tourist draw and always promises a lively atmosphere.


Opening Hours:
Admission Fees:
Disabled Access:
UNESCO:
Address:
Website:

Gualeguaychu Carnival

Witness one of the largest carnivals in the country, with huge parades bursting at the seams with dancing, colourful costumes and live music in Gualeguaychu in the Entre Rios region. The carnival takes place every Saturday during January, February and the first Saturday in March.


Opening Hours:
Admission Fees:
Disabled Access:
UNESCO:
Address:
Website: