If you've reached the summit of Cerro de la Virgen (see my previous tip), a slightly higher mountain, Pico Aleman, is within easy reach. Follow the path upwards from Cerro de la Virgen and after about 10 minutes you'll arrive at Pico Aleman summit, marked by a sign, from where there are even better views over the town of Villa General Belgrano and...more
Villa Belgrano's modern tower, completed for the 2002 Octoberfest, can be climbed, and offers a good view of the town and the surrounding area, especially of the the mountains Cerro de la Virgen and Pico Aleman, to the east. The entrance is in the tourist office, it costs 1 peso and there are 98 steps leading to a lookout room, with windows in all...more
Arroyo el Lomo and Arroyo el Sauce pass through Villa Belgrano, and the banks of these rivers are nice places to relax and escape the heat, or perhaps to have a picnic. There are paths running along the banks of both rivers and it's easy to find your way alongside them. I recommend you pick up a map from the tourist office showing the routes.more
Cerro Negro 173, Casilla De Correo 102, Villa General Belgrano, 5194, Argentina
Good for: Couples
Ruta Provincial 52,Km 78, Villa General Belgrano, Argentina
Good for: Couples
Velez Sarsfield 86, Villa General Belgrano, 5194, Argentina
Good for: Business
Viejo Munich is a Bavarian style beerhouse offering excellent beer but mediocre and overpriced foods. They brew their own beer, which does not come cheap but which was a refreshing change after weeks of drinking Quilmes and other Argentinian beers. The food menu was less imaginative with not as many German dished as I would have expected. We ended...more
The main street in Villa Belgrano is full of cafes and restaurants, many of which are overpriced and aimed at tourists. However, we quite enjoyed Cafe Rissen, where we stopped for a snack before our hike to up to Pico Aleman. There are a couple of German specialities on the menu such as Apfel Strudel and Kirsch Torte, reinforcing the feeling in...more
This cafe, located right in the main street of Villa General Belgrano, is a great choice for having breakfast or the afternoon tea (or hot chocolate in winter). You can have different kinds of hot chocolate, teas, coffees, etc. You'll also find several kinds of sandwiches, pastries (the vigilantes are great), and other delicious bites. I've tried...more
Gerlind is a different kind of nightclub. There's a big old fireplace to warm the winter night, that's my favorite. You can sit in front of it, go dancing or just chill at the bar. They play mostly music from the 80s and some 90s and today's... love it!
Dress Code: Pretty fancy I guess...
It takes approximately 2 hours to get there by car from Cordoba Capital, and a little more if you travel by bus. Ticket costs approximately 45 pesos, usually the local bus companies do not accept credit cards even in terminal. Most buses to this destination now leave from the new bus terminal (Terminal Nueva).From Villa General Belgrano you may...more
3 Reviews and Opinions
great shop, they have quality material, and the girl there was really nice to me, very good service.
What to buy: i bought 2 chopps, and 1 hat
What to pay: US$5-10