10
Argentina's Customs And Traditions

1
Sip Mate

A staple of Argentina’s culture, sharing mate—an energizing tea-like beverage—is a national pastime. 

2
Dance the Tango

Tango is perhaps Argentina’s most famous cultural contribution to the world stage, and few visitors to the country escape its display.

3
Raise a Glass of Wine

Argentina’s abundance of sun-kissed valleys turn out award-winning wines that lure in oenophiles from all over the world.

4
Get Into Fútbol

In Argentina, fútbol—aka soccer—is more than mere sport: It’s practically a religion.

5.
Eat Meat

By and large, Argentina, a cattle-raising country, is made up of carnivores (vegetarians, you’ve been warned). 

6
Channel Your Inner Gaucho

Cowboy culture might feel like a movement that’s born of the good old U.S. of A., but you’d be mistaken if you think that’s where it ends. 

7
Try Your Hand at Polo

Football may reign supreme, but polo is also incredibly popular here.

8
Embrace Late Dining

In Argentina, it is common to eat late at dinner time, with many restaurants not getting busy until 10 pm.

9
Cater to Your Sweet Tooth with Dulce de Leche

For Argentines, there is no sweeter a treat than dulce de leche. Indeed, this type of caramelized confection.

10
Mangia, Mangia

Speaking of that Italian heritage, it couldn’t be a culture influenced by Italy without making mention of food.

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