Since its return in 2014, the Argentinean Motorcycle Grand Prix has thrilled fans at Termas de Río Hondo. Racing in Argentina dates back to the 1960s, when Buenos Aires hosted the first-ever Grand Prix outside of Europe. Rebuilt in 2012 to continue the racing legacy of Argentina, the Termas de Rio Hondo is a 4.8km circuit with a long 1.1km straight. This high-speed track has been a favourite of Marc Marquez, who has dominated by winning three of the five races since its return. While the fans in the grandstands in Argentina are vocal and passionate, the lively cities of Buenos Aires or Cordoba offer much to keep the party going. Or if you’d rather explore the country’s wildlife, the beautiful mountains, jungles and waterfalls make it unlike any other place on the planet.