Coastal Train

The Coastal Train traverses different coastal neighborhoods of the Buenos Aires province. With its 15.5 kilometers, it runs through the municipalities of Vicente López, San Isidro, San Fernando, and Tigre. The Coastal Train was inaugurated in 1995 and it is a tourist attraction for both locals and tourists.

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MIJU Buenos Aires

The Museum of Imagination and Play is a recreational space for children from 0 to 12 years old. It’s a specially designed space for three age groups: from 0 to 3 years, from 4 to 7, and from 8 to 12 years old.

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Paraná Delta

The Paraná Delta is one of the most astonishing natural attractions near the city of Buenos Aires. It is one of the largest deltas in the world, and it’s worth visiting this beauty that is only 1 hour away from the city.

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What to do in Carmelo

Carmelo is a small city in Uruguay located on the shores of the Río de la Plata. It is visited by many Argentinians because it can be reached quickly by crossing the Paraná Delta. Some do so with their own boats as an excursion, while there is also the option to hire a paid service. Like Colonia del Sacramento, Carmelo is a small city that still preserves many traces of history with its old buildings and memories. For this reason, and because of the tranquility it offers, it is a highly visited place.

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What to do in Carlos Keen

Carlos Keen is a picturesque village located just 90 kilometers from the city of Buenos Aires and is worth visiting for a unique and pleasant rural experience. It offers historical, gastronomic, cultural, and natural attractions. Here’s what you can do in Carlos Keen.

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Mysteries of the Recoleta Cemetery

Mysteries of the Recoleta Cemetery, a compilation of the most horrifying legends and stories of this famous Buenos Aires cemetery.

Unlike other establishments of this nature, the Recoleta Cemetery is not dark or hostile as you might imagine. On the contrary, you are going to find yourself on a pleasant, curious and even interesting tour, as if you were visiting an open-air art museum.

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What to do in San Vicente

What to do in San Vicente, all the information for you to enjoy a getaway from the bustle of downtown Buenos Aires.

52 km from the center of Buenos Aires, is located this area that used to be large rooms, divided to become the current beautiful place.

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What to do in San Antonio

What to do in San Antonio, all the details about one of the towns in Buenos Aires that receives the greatest amount of tourism.

Known as the “Cradle of Tradition”, it has endless options to disconnect from routine, rest and discover many places.

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