Argentina is a republic in South America neighbouring Bolivia, Paraguay,
Uruguay and Chile. In South America, it is the second largest country after
Brazil, and is the eighth largest country in the world, India being the seventh
largest country. It is the largest Spanish-speaking nation of the world. Soccer
is the national game. Argentina is also the member of prominent world bodies
like the United Nations Organisation, World Trade Organisation, etc. It is a
high income country in South America primarily because of its economic
stability and growing high-tech sector. Buenos Aires is the capital city. Due to
its architecture, it is often acclaimed as Paris of the Americas. Argentine Peso
is the currency.
Around 90,000 foreign students enrol to study in Argentine universities each
year. 35% of these students come from US, Asia and Europe. The low tuition
fees, in addition with high quality of education in Argentine universities are
some of the major factors for attracting foreign students to Argentina.
Argentina is a land of tourist attractions. In Parque tres de Febrero in the
Palermo neighbourhood, El Rosedal is a rose garden, which will mesmerise
you with more than 18000 different varieties of roses. You can experience the
country’s earliest ways of life during your visit to Cerro Cuevas Pintadas de
Guachipas, which hosts 33 eaves. You can cycle the wine region of Cafayate,
which is home to vineyards. You can also trek in Pulamarca and Tilcara,
which are home to llamas.
With courses being available in English, it is a preferred destination for
students who want to study experiencing European culture at inexpensive
prices. This becomes evident when it comes to food, as it resembles Italian
food in many ways, with pizza and pasta being very common, even though the
dough used for pizza crust is thicker than that used in Italy.
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