Find Copa Airlines flights to Argentina from USD 599*

Find Copa Airlines flights to Argentina from USD 599*

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Panama City (PTY) - Buenos Aires (EZE)

Departure Jan 24, 2019,
Return Feb 14, 2019
fromUSD 788*

Panama City (PTY) - Mendoza (MDZ)

Departure Jan 19, 2019,
Return Jan 28, 2019
fromUSD 599*

Panama City (PTY) - Rosario (ROS)

Departure Nov 30, 2018,
Return Dec 05, 2018
fromUSD 1,009*

Panama City (PTY) - Cordoba (COR)

Departure Jan 18, 2019,
Return Jan 28, 2019
fromUSD 816*

Panama City (PTY) - Salta (SLA)

Departure Dec 12, 2018,
Return Dec 20, 2018
fromUSD 789*
*Restrictions apply; please see Terms & Conditions.

Plan your next trip to Argentina with these low fares

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to
Description
Itinerary
Price*
Panama City (PTY)
to Mendoza (MDZ)
Round trip
Mar 06, 2019 - Mar 14, 2019
USD 599 *
Panama City (PTY)
to Rosario (ROS)
Round trip
Mar 27, 2019 - Apr 02, 2019
USD 599 *
Panama City (PTY)
to Salta (SLA)
Round trip
Apr 10, 2019 - Apr 18, 2019
USD 599 *
Panama City (PTY)
to Cordoba (COR)
Round trip
Apr 26, 2019 - Apr 30, 2019
USD 599 *
Panama City (PTY)
to Buenos Aires (EZE)
Round trip
Apr 16, 2019 - Apr 30, 2019
USD 650 *
David (DAV)
to Buenos Aires (EZE)
Round trip
May 15, 2019 - May 22, 2019
USD 1,240 *
*Restrictions apply; please see Terms & Conditions.

Discover Argentina

Discover Argentina with Copa Airlines

Discover Argentina

Argentina, located in the Southern Cone of South America, is a country that will awaken all your senses. It’s a place filled with adventure and passion for life, where you’ll find stunning landscapes, world-class wines, and food that’s good for the soul. Argentina’s vast territory is also home to a harmonious blend of cultures.

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The Argentine Republic is located in the southeastern part of South America. With an area of 1.07 million square miles (2.78 million square kilometers), it’s one of the largest countries on the continent. The nation is divided into 23 self-governed provinces, and its capital city is Buenos Aires. Argentina is a regional power and boasts one of the highest standards of living of any country in Latin America.

It borders Bolivia and Paraguay to the north; Brazil, Uruguay, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east; and Chile to the west and south. Southern Argentina is also where you’ll find the province of Tierra del Fuego, which is located partly on South America and partly on the continent of Antarctica. The Andes Mountains run through western Argentina, and the Iguazu Falls are on the border between Argentina and Brazil. With so many different regions, Argentina’s geography is impressively diverse, making it an attractive destination for tourists of all kinds. Whether you’re eager to explore the great outdoors or you love visiting big cities, this country has plenty to offer you.

Because Argentina is so vast, the climate varies from one region to the next. In general, though, the temperature is usually mild and pleasant, and it changes with the season. The summers are hot, especially in northern and central Argentina, and the winters range from pleasant to cold, depending on the latitude and altitude. In places at higher elevations and farther south, the temperature is usually below 32 °F (0 °C).

Have a World-Class experience. Travel to the best destinations in Argentina through the Hub of the Americas in Panama City with Copa Airlines.

Relevant facts:

Capital

Autonomous City of Buenos Aires

Population

+43 million

Currency

Argentine peso (ARS)

Timezone

UTC -3

Hotels

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What is there to do in Argentina?

See unforgettable scenery

See unforgettable scenery

Argentina’s complex geography, which varies from region to region, forms a backdrop filled with spectacular natural sights. Snow-capped mountains are just the start. There are also lakes, rivers, waterfalls, glaciers, forests, and deserts, making this a destination that you simply must visit at least once in your life. One must-see sight is the Quebrada de las Conchas nature reserve, which lies along the road leading to the town of Cafayate in the province of Salta. Another can’t-miss sight is Aconcagua, the tallest mountain in South America, which is located in Aconcagua Provincial Park in the province of Mendoza.

Taste top-flight wines

Taste top-flight wines

Argentina is one of the world’s leading wine producers, with soil and climate conditions that are ideal for growing very high-quality grapes. You can explore one of Argentina’s wine routes, visit wineries, and learn about how wine is produced in the country’s wine-making provinces, such as Mendoza, San Juan, and Salta. Enjoy a good wine tasting or two, and you’ll become a connoisseur by the time you go home.

Experience the culture

Experience the culture

Argentina’s multicultural diversity can be seen in every corner of the country—but the cities are where it’s most readily apparent, and where it finds its expression in art. The cities of Buenos Aires, Rosario, and Cordoba, which are vibrant day and night, epitomize this reality, with their concerts, their theatrical performances, and their museums rich in history. In the La Boca neighborhood of Buenos Aires, there’s always a chance that you’ll stumble upon a passionate tango dance in progress. And Argentina is also home to one of the leading movie industries in Latin America.

Enjoy a tasty mixed grill

Enjoy a tasty mixed grill

In Argentina, you’ll find a complete array of delicious food to satisfy every taste. The cuisine has clear Spanish, Italian, and pre-Colombian influences, and there’s no question that Argentina is a dream destination for meat-eaters. Various kinds of meat—including beef, in particular—are eaten in stews, in stuffed pastries known as “empanadas,” and especially in mouthwatering mixed grills, which are typically served with spicy sauces or chimichurri sauces.

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Getting around Argentina

Copa Airlines serves five destinations in Argentina, with flights to Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE) in Buenos Aires; Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio L.V. Taravella International Airport (COR) in Cordoba; Governor Francisco Gabrielli International Airport (MDZ) in Mendoza; Rosario–Islas Malvinas International Airport (ROS) in Rosario; and Martín Miguel de Güemes International Airport (SLA) in Salta.

If your destination is elsewhere in Argentina, you’ll find that it’s easy to get around the country using other means of transportation. There are numerous long-distance bus companies, and express service is available on some routes. You may also want to rent a car at copa.com. Road trips tend to be long, but the incredible landscapes you’ll see along the way will make the drive worth it.

Getting around Argentina

Our destinations in Argentina


Source of the images: Buenos Aires Tourism Board and Ministry of Tourism of Salta.

Note: Service to Salta will begin in December 2018.