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Argentina in January

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My wife and I will be celebrating our anniversary and my birthday in late January. We are always looking for interesting cities/countries to do this and at the same time to get away from the NY area due to the weather.

One interest is to plan a 2 week trip to Argentina ( first visit) starting at the end of January into the first week of February. Since we are no longer beach people we are concerned about the very hot weather at that time. Is this a real concern? Will it be too hot to travel to areas like Buenos Aires, Salta, Mendoza, Iguazo Falls, El Calafate? Can you help us plan an itinerary? We are a very active Senior couple interested in culture, music, photography, hiking, wine, street art and meeting the locals.

Thanks!

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