The Easter 2023 It is the ideal opportunity to take advantage of and get to know some tourist destinations in Argentina. In this note we present five locations, some well-known, others not so much, to discover and enjoy.
1. Mar del Plata
A classic of the Atlantic Coast of Buenos Aires, ideal to visit at any time of the year. For those who like to be quieter, Easter is a good occasion, since by then the summer season in sea of silver and there are fewer tourists.
In addition to its beaches, commercial promenades and the port, you can visit the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAR)he Unzue Cultural Spacehe museo victoria ocampo or the Juan Carlos Castagnino Municipal Museum of Artall with tickets at affordable prices.
2. Miramar de Ansenuza
Recognized for being the only riverside town in the Mar Chiquita Lagoonthis destination in the northeast of Cordoba is a paradise for bird watching, water sports, gastronomy and nature.
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Besides, Miramar de Ansenuza It has one of the natural wonders of the province of Córdoba and one of the largest saline wetlands in the world, such as the lagoon.
Miramar is located about 197 kilometers from the city of Córdoba. It is possible to go along RN19 until passing Río Primero, then take RP10 and from there RP17. By bus, an alternative is Fonobus.
Regarding lodging, there are different places to stay, such as campsites, hotels and hostels.
3. Villa Elisa Hot Springs
They are located in Villa Elisea city located 30 kilometers from Colónwhich is part of the micro region “Tierra de Palmares” in the province of Between rivers. Founded in 1880, it was the destination for Piedmontese, Valesans, Savoyards and Basques who came to our country in search of a home.
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The main attraction is the Villa Elisa Hot Springs, a 41-hectare complex with 10 swimming pools of different uses and temperatures, together with a wide variety of services: gastronomy, spa, sports, recreational activities, large green spaces and an artificial lake. Among the accommodation options in the complex, the eco-modules stand out: reused shipping containers that offer a new alternative to be in contact with nature.
To get to Villa Elisa, you must enter Entre Ríos through the Zárate Long Arm ComplexTake Route 12 to Ceibas, then take Route 14 to kilometer 163 and finally take Route 130 for 15 kilometers to Villa Elisa.
The Northern Province offers a wide variety of experiences and attractions, not only in its capital but also in nearby cities. Those who visit them only have to travel a couple of hours from Salta to reach iconic destinations such as the large salt flats (chosen as Natural Wonders in Argentina) and cities like cafayatewhich can be traversed the salteño wine route o Khakiwhich still retains its adobe houses and colonial buildings.
The path of Cuesta del Obispo, which crosses the national park The Cardones and reaches a height of 3,340 meters above sea level upon reaching the panoramic point, Piedra del Molino, is another tourist spot that cannot be missed.
5. Ruins of San Ignacio
Ideal for those who want to know everything about the history of the jesuit missions in Latin America. The Ruins of San Ignacio, in Missionswere declared “Cultural heritage of Humanity” by UNESCO.
the walk from iguazu It is a full day and in addition to the ruins on the way you visit other places such as Monte Carlo and Eldorado.
Las Ruins of San Ignacio They are located 240 kilometers from Puerto Iguazu (via Route 12) and 64 kilometers from the city of inns (also by route 12).
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