Ushuaia, the southermost city of the world, is located in the Patagonian province of Tierra del Fuego, surrounded by the Andes and centuries-old woods. This unique Argentine city is worldwide known as the “End of the World” city. It offers a wide range of tourism excursions such as sailing around the Beagle Channel, a ride on the “end of the world” train, sled outings, flying over the Tierra del Fuego National Park, and even the possibility of visiting the Antarctic Continent.
Tourists can enjoy a variety of winter and summer activities, from skiing to 4 by 4 drives, trekking, canoeing and rafting. The travel itinerary may include a tour to the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the major tourism attractions of the Argentine Patagonia. The houses of the first dwellers, the replica of the “end of the world” lighthouse, the old prison for re-offenders and a number of museums have turned Ushuaia into one of the most popular Patagonian cities.
At dusk, a walk along the “Pasarela to admire the fantastic landscape of the city and the sea around it” is undoubtedly a must. Other tourism activities include tours to Patagonian valleys, mountains, rivers, glaciers and woods scheduled according to the desired travel.
Ushuaia offers accommodation and restaurants for all kinds of travel needs and means.