To help you make some tough decisions, here are the top eight places to visit in Argentina. Nature imitating art along the Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy province This is mother nature showing off.
The Quebrada is a multicoloured mountain range that stretches 155km along the valley of the Rio Grande.
A federal police sergeant in Bariloche said: "We have never received a single complaint, charge or denunciation from the civilian population against any of the Nazis." Sergio Perez, a taxi driver, simply did not want to know the truth: "For our community they were great people who did everything they could for us," he said."We felt impotence when Priebke was arrested because we could not help this man who was like a father to us." At the time of the arrest the pupils of Primo Capraro took to the streets to protest on his behalf.
Mr Basti, whose book has prompted a Buenos Aires travel agency to set up tours of the sites he highlights, said he had been "inundated with angry e-mails asking how I can attack these great men".
Walkers are rewarded with spectacular views of valleys, glacial rivers and lakes reflecting adjoining mountains on paths varying in degrees difficulty.
Hugo Jung, the club president, remembers Rudel well: "I know he was a Nazi, but it doesn't bother me at all. "I went to a local school and, despite the fact that everyone knew who my father was, I never had any problems."The culture here is different.
Now retired, Francisco Calo, who ran the tests, said: "There were always rumours that Mengele was here, but when I saw his face I was certain it was him."It is no secret that many Nazis fled to Argentina following the Allied victory in 1945.
Argentina's then president, Juan Peron, explained: "When the war was over some useful Germans helped us build our factories and make the best use of what we had and in time they were able to help themselves too."For decades most of them lived on undisturbed in the country, and the local population still refuses to condemn them for their actions.
Part of the extensive network of Inca trails dating over 10,000 years back, archeological and historic sites are plentiful along this valley.
Tilcara is a great village to explore the area from.
Erich Priebke was its president at the time of his arrest and it once proudly flew a swastika flag outside its entrance.