Ituzaingó: it is an important city in front of the Apipé Island and next to the Yacyretá dam, there are ravines which are more than 100 meters tall and beaches of fine sand. Its beautiful landscapes, its beaches and comforts turn it into a cozy and attractive tourist center. Ita Ibaté: it is an optimal place for nautical and varied species...more
Corrientes is the national capital of carnival, a gained place because of the magnificence of its samba schools, the luxury of the fantasy suits adorned with feather and spangles, the beauty of its women and the rate of music, fusion of batucada and candombe. All year is Carnival In Corrientes the carnival is not limited to a few nights, but it has...more
THE ITATI VIRGIN The image of the virgin of Itati was brought from the reduction of Ciudad Real by the Franciscans, who emigrated south because the attacks of the natives, taking with themselves the image from the virgin to the Yaguarí region. Once there they raised an oratorical where they placed the virgin, but an attack destroyed the place and...more
Corrientes is one of the best destinies of argentinian fishing, chosen by fishermen worldwide who travel to this land to live the experience of fishing the tiger of the rivers. The dorado is the most important fish that it is possible to capture in the region, well known in the world by its size, forces and fight spirit, other fish of great...more
To avoid a disappointment and shake off your impressions of the bus station area and the suburbs of Corrientes, you must go to the old town center. It has many glorious buildings from the colonial era and the following fashion craze about French architecture.It is very close to the Parana waterfront which gives it much more of the tranquil...more
Hugged by Paraná River, Corrientes City keeps a unique architectural style which treasures relics having a great historical, religious and cultural value. In this tour , we highlight the most important sites of a city that invites one to discover it. We started the tour at the Church and Convent of Saint Francis located on Mendoza Street between De...more
RN 12 , Esteros del ibera, Esteros del Iberá, Corrientes, W3400, Argentina
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2 de abril 827, Corrientes, C3400AS, Argentina
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Junin 1549, Corrientes, Argentina
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Maruja have a lot of character, they made a great job restore a very old househave tables indoors and the best is the back yard, big and with wifi, just in case you need to check your mail between courses. The menu is varied, fresh salads, beef is tasty , and my favorite is :Papas Maruja, potatoes with ham and cheese, yummy !more
Argentinians love their meat, and the Asado, or Argentinian barbeque, is the way they like it best - grilled on a huge spit over a pit full of red hot coals. If you are invited to an Asado or decide to eat in a Parilla (BBQ restaurant), bring your appetite because the food is served in large portions and consists entirely of sausages, steaks, ribs...more
Taste all you can in this winery-bakery-coffeehouse-chocolatemakers-everything you want except cigarettes.... Faut tout gouter dans cette epicerie-boulangerie-cafe-maisonduchocolat-presque tout sauf des clopes... The Cafe Anambi : Capuchino + Brownie + Croissant + cookies : 3.5 pesos (1 USD)Le Cafe Anambi : Capuchino + Brownie + Croissant + petits...more
The bus ride from Asuncion to Corrientes has a treasure of unforgettable experiences. First, your expectations for a Paraguayan bus are dashed, especially if you have been on the Foz de Iguassu - Asuncion section. On top of the much less comfortable seats and the much filthier atmosphere, you get to experience some cross border action. The bus was...more
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Leather articles, basketwork made of vegetable fibers and macramé.
Corrientes. Dirección de Turismo de la Provincia: 25 de Mayo 1330. Tel./Fax: (3783) 427200. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dirección Municipal de Turismo: Carlos Pellegrini 542. Tel. (3783) 423779
This infusion made from the yerba mate, was used originally by the guaraníes. The jesuitics that settled down in the zone improved their culture and with the time this drink became very popular in all Argentina and part of the neighboring countries. You can’t drink mate without trying the chipá (cheese cake) in any visit to the Province.
In Corrientes there are remarkable artisan who make mates (recipient to drink the yerba mate) and bombillas (pipes) of excellent quality, that can be used to enjoy Mate with friends or like refined objects of decoration.
THE ESTEROS OF THE IBERÁ, ZONE RESERVES The ecological reserve of the Ibera was created in 1983 by the law Nº3771. With the objective to preserve the reserve, at the moment, Corrientes is taking ahead the international proceedings for the declaration of world humanity patrimony. NATURAL RESERVE OF IBERÁ . An extencion of 1.400.000 hectares, the...more
It’s quite dangerous to end up without money in any place. Corrientes was no exception. Going to the commercial center of town and the tourist info outlet did not help. Despite the apparent action on the streets, all money related "tiendas" were closed. What was left (SECURE underlined by the tourist info office) was the casino. Great place to...more
Mate This infusion made with YERBA MATE, was used originally by the guaran?es Indians. The Jesuits who has settled down in the zone improved its cultivation and with time this drink became popular in all Argentina and good part of the neighbor countries. The recipient in which the "mate" is served, can be the traditional one, made of pumpkin, or of...more
The rich correntinian history is reflected in the corners of its older towns, where it is possible to appreciate vestiges of the guaraní culture, to discover print of books of the jesuítics missions and to drill in the past of the fights for the independence, finding our own history. You can cross the hole Jesuitic route by the Uruguay river or...more
This specimen is one of greatest that can be found in the argentinian rivers. Arrives to weigh 50kgs and to measure more of a meter. Their more important physical characteristics are the semibony head, a mouth that does not have teeth and skin instead of scales. Their particular pigmentation confuses it with the bottom of the river, and this one is a resource that uses to hunt.
Modalities of fishing
This fish prefers tempered waters. We found it often in the rivers confluence. By the characteristics of its mouth, it usually sucks the bait smoothly so you must be very patient. When it takes the bait, it usually offers very exciting fights.
PACÚ (Colossoma Mitrel)
With oval form, fitted contexture and small tail, its particularity is the small dimensions of its head, eyes and mouth. It is gray with pink tones that become dark when it swims in clear waters. It is seasoned and has a voracious appetite, it accepts almost everything what it is offered to it.
Modalities of fishing
The more practiced variant is the one of delay with anchored boat near an area with good vegetation and fruits. Another modality of fishing it, is to drift and making small throws.
In 1874, a police line catch and killed Antonio Gil in an ambush near Mercedes. The legend tells that before dying, he said to the policeman that shot him: ?you have an ill son, when you return to your house he is going to be healthy, although you killed me". When the police returned to his home, his son was cured; and that was the begining of an...more
Accede to the province by: National routes 12 and 14, as much from the north as from the south of the mesopotamic region. Through the interprovincial bridge "General Manuel Belgrano" from the Chaco. And through the International bridges: "Paso de los Libres -Uruguayana" (President A. P. Justo International bridge). And "Santo Tome - Sao Borjas”...more
CORRIENTES. Capital of the province located on the banks of the Paraná, one of the fastest flowing rivers in Argentina, crossed by the General Manuel Belgrano Bridge leading to Resistencia, capital of the province of Chaco. Among the city’s ancient monuments are the church of the Santísima Cruz de los Milagros and the convents of San Francisco and...more