The City of Ushuaia is the capital of the Province of Tierra del Fuego. Considered the southernmost city in the world, it lies on the northern shore of the Beagle Channel, at the foot of the Martial Mountain Range in the middle of the Andes. It features irregular snow on glacial valleys, ancient peat bogs, hills and gorges that give shape to a wonderful and imposing scene.
The most common access is by air, though the excellent shelter provided by Ushuaia Bay represents an ideal harbor for vessels of all sizes. On the other hand, the city may be reached by land and a ferry across the Strait of Magellan, as Tierra del Fuego is the only insular province in Argentina.
As we are located in the southernmost appendix in the South American continent, any distance shorter than 1,000 km will seem short. And that is precisely the distance that separates us from the Antarctic Peninsula. We are located approximately 3,000 km from the National Congress, in Buenos Aires, starting point of National Route 3. The great advantage is that we have various timetables for direct flights from Jorge Newbery Airfield or Ezeiza Airport, which will ensure that our airport is reached in about three and a half hours.
You can be sure that everything you find on the Island of Tierra del Fuego will compensate for your effort to reach this destination by far.
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