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Excursiones desde Buenos Aires

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Excursiones desde Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires es la ciudad más grande de Argentina, pero NI MUCHO MENOS el único lugar que merece la pena visitar en este enorme país. Esto es un ejemplo de escapadas para atisbar lugares más allá de Buenos Aires.
Bueno para: Familias, Grupos, Personas mayores, Individuos
Estaciones: Primavera, Verano, Otoño, Invierno
 
Colonia del Sacramento
Colonia del Sacramento

The historic quarter of Colonia del Sacramento, founded in 1680, evokes old Lisbon with its Portuguese-influenced architecture and winding streets. The area, located in southwestern Uruguay on the Rio de la Plata, was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. It's an easy day trip by ferry from Buenos Aires, making the beaches a popular Argentinean escape. Major sights include Iglesia... Más

The historic quarter of Colonia del Sacramento, founded in 1680, evokes old Lisbon with its Portuguese-influenced architecture and winding streets. The area, located in southwestern Uruguay on the Rio de la Plata, was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. It's an easy day trip by ferry from Buenos Aires, making the beaches a popular Argentinean escape. Major sights include Iglesia Matriz, the country's oldest church, the Municipal Museum and a 17th-century port jutting into the river. Menos

Argentina Polo Day - Day Trips
Añadiste Argentina Polo Day - Day Trips a tu lista de perfiles guardados
Argentina Polo Day - Day Trips
Tarifa: Sí      Duración de la visita: Más de 3 horas
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Mar del Plata
Mar del Plata

El litoral del principal complejo turístico de playa de Argentina, Mar del Plata, está formado por numerosas playas, desde La Perla en el norte, perfecta para familias, a la popular Bristol en el centro y la sofisticada Faro, en el sur. Más de 16 km de arena en el Atlántico, que están abarrotados durante el verano del hemisferio sur, en enero y febrero. Enclave de élite hace años, atrae... Más

El litoral del principal complejo turístico de playa de Argentina, Mar del Plata, está formado por numerosas playas, desde La Perla en el norte, perfecta para familias, a la popular Bristol en el centro y la sofisticada Faro, en el sur. Más de 16 km de arena en el Atlántico, que están abarrotados durante el verano del hemisferio sur, en enero y febrero. Enclave de élite hace años, atrae ahora a visitantes con todo tipo de presupuestos. Menos

Tigre
Tigre

Day-trip distance from Buenos Aires, the Tigre River Delta offers porteños (Buenos Aires residents) and tourists alike a playground for everything from horseback riding and hiking to fishing and swimming. Comprised of hundreds of tiny islands, the Tigre is about 20 miles northeast of Buenos Aires and is reachable from the city by trains, then by boat from the train station. While the... Más

Day-trip distance from Buenos Aires, the Tigre River Delta offers porteños (Buenos Aires residents) and tourists alike a playground for everything from horseback riding and hiking to fishing and swimming. Comprised of hundreds of tiny islands, the Tigre is about 20 miles northeast of Buenos Aires and is reachable from the city by trains, then by boat from the train station. While the main attraction here is the delta itself (formed where five rivers come together), you’ll also find a Naval Museum, restaurants and playgrounds for kids. Several tour companies offer day-trip excursions to the Tigre River Delta—but visitors also can book stays in area bed & breakfasts and adventure lodges. Menos

San Antonio de Areco

A compact small town nearly 70 miles northwest of Buenos Aires, San Antonio de Areco is in the heart of the Argentine Pampas region. It’s a great 1½-hour day trip by car or bus from Buenos Aires—or the perfect jumping-off point for those who choose to visit at a nearby estancia, or a traditional large rural ranch and estate. Major attractions here include the colonial sights of San... Más

A compact small town nearly 70 miles northwest of Buenos Aires, San Antonio de Areco is in the heart of the Argentine Pampas region. It’s a great 1½-hour day trip by car or bus from Buenos Aires—or the perfect jumping-off point for those who choose to visit at a nearby estancia, or a traditional large rural ranch and estate. Major attractions here include the colonial sights of San Antonio de Areco itself, the Museum of the Gaucho (which celebrates Argentine cowboys), and a variety of estancias themselves, which are located within two hours of San Antonio de Areco. If you don’t feel like planning your own itinerary, several tour and travel companies will coordinate your visit and arrange your estancia stay. Menos

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