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Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, is currently considered one of the most important tourist attractions in Patagonia, is located on the banks of the Beagle Channel in a bay of unique beauty.
 
It has the closest deepwater natural harbor to Antarctica and the most modern airport in Argentina, so Ushuaia is known as the 'gateway to Antarctica'.
 
It is an attractive city, located in the middle of imposing landscapes and beautiful completely virgin places with an incalculable number of natural beauties that make it a unique place in the world.
 
The combination of mountains, sea, glaciers, and forests and snow offers a unique landscape in Argentina in both summer and winter, offering multiple activities.
 
Winter is ideal for skiing and other snow sports; In summer, the forests join other tourist attractions such as the Tierra del Fuego National Park, the Escondido and Fagnano Lakes, Trekking to the Emerald Lagoon and numerous activities that can be done throughout the year.
 
Visit our website where we can advise you to make your stay in Ushuaia unforgettable. Through our Travel and Tourism Company, we offer all excursions that can be done in the city and surroundings.
 
www.aswalek.tur.ar
 
A different way of touring the tourist attraction points in Ushuaia is through regular passenger transport, for that we have the service provided has a REGULAR LINE passenger transport service, a system of departures to Tierra del Fuego National Park, Emerald Lagoon, Martial Glacier, Escondido and Fagnano Lakes and also Tolhuin the heart of the island.
 
 
Visit the Tierra del Fuego National Park with frequencies every hour, departures that take place during the months of October to March. Not a tour just transfer.
 
The rest of the year the service is not interrupted, but the frequencies are modified. This service is ideal and recommended for all those who enjoy trekking or simply enjoy an outdoor
walk in the southernmost part of the island of Tierra del Fuego.
 
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