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Full Day Jesuit Legacy Tour from Cordoba
"The tour starts with the pick up from Cordoba hotels at 9:00am. We will leave the city of Córdoba on Route 9N and drive to Colonia Caroya which is inhabited by descendants of immigrants from northern Italy. We will visit the Casa Caroya Jesuit Ranch which served as summer residence to college students of Monserrat.Then we will visit Jesus Maria who is famous for its festival of Doma and Folklore. Here we will visit the Jesuit Estancia of San Isidro Labrador a pioneer in the wine making in the region.We continue visiting the historic Posta Sinsacate and Barranca Yaco where the leader Facundo Quiroga was killed. Then we will arrive at the Estancia Santa Catalina known for its beautiful baroque church. La Granja Villa Animi
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Half Day Tour to Alta Gracia from Cordoba
"The tour starts with the pick up from Cordoba hotels from 9am if you choose the morning option or 2:30pm if you choose the afternoon option.We will leave Cordoba through the provincial route n° 5 and pass the monument of Miryam Stefford while we are we will see the most important testimonies of its rich cultural heritage: The Tajamar an old artificial lake built by the Jesuits The Jesuit Estancia Alta Gracia (Virrey Liniers House Historical Museum) Nuestra Señora de la Merced Church the house where Ernesto ""Che"" Guevara lived during his childhood the museum of the famous musical composer Manuel de Falla and the Virgen de Lourdes Grotto. After visiting the town we will return to Cordoba and the tour finishes with the drop off at Cordoba hotels."
From $55.00
 
Full Day Tour to Calamuchita Valley from Cordoba
"The tour starts with the pick up from Cordoba hotels from 9am.We depart from Cordoba through Provincial Route N° 5 up to Myriam Stefford monument heading to Alta Gracia. Once we reach the city we see the most important testimonies of its rich cultural heritage: The Tajamar an old artificial lake built by the Jesuits; the Jesuitical Monastery of Alta Gracia (Virrey Liniers´ Historical Museum) Nuestra Señora de la Merced´s Church and the house where Ernesto ""Che"" Guevara lived during his childhood. We continue to Anisacate La Bolsa and Villa Ciudad de América located very close to the banks of the Lake and Dam Los Molinos
From $93.00

Most Viewed Warnings and Dangers in Argentina

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Dangerous Animals

Coatis are called the thieves of Iguazu and for reason. During our visits to the falls there were so many coatis every where we went and they were especially visible around the many snack and quick...
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Warnings and Dangers

Do Not Feed Or Touch The Flora Or Fauna

While you are walking through out the park you'll probably come across a few of these warning signs indicating (or reminding you) not to feed the animals especially the coatis, and to stay away from...
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Slippery Areas

If they say "you may slip", it's certainly because you might slip... We didn't ignore it, but we slipped, anyway... S'ils disent "ca glisse", c'est que ca peut glisser... On a beau eu faire gaffe, on...
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Children at tourist stops in the countryside

Many times when you are out in the countryside at tourist stops (especially in the Andean North) you will see children. They will often try to sell you some trinket- a little keychain, carving or...
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GentleSpirit
May 25, 2013

Reciprocity fee!!!

You must pay a reciprocity fee before landing in Argentina. Currently $160. for U.S. citizens. Though shot are not necessary they are highly recommended especially when visiting Iguazu Falls. They...
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livinlovenlaugh
Feb 07, 2013

Altitude Change

I don't know if any of you have had this problem, so just in case.I live at near sea level but during my first trip to Argentina there were several changes of elevation. Since I was traveling by plane...
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GentleSpirit
Aug 19, 2012
 
 
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ALWAYS CARRY NECCESARY TRAVEL INSURANCE.

ARGENTINA When travelling in Argentina like all countries always make sure that you have the neccesary travel Insurance for your needs.To enjoy this lovely country is to get "out and about" in such a...
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Jan 06, 2012

Argentina's a wonderful place. Us common sense

Common sense Acommon Travel rules as to where ever you go.#1. Don't go where you shouldn't go.#2. Follow the rule of law in the country that you reside.#3. Adhere to the rule of law from your home...
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acommon1
Aug 02, 2011

Beware HousingBA rentals!

BEWARE HOUSINGBA!!! BEWARE HOUSING BA!!! HousingBA stole $1,600 U.S. Dollars from me! Housing BA is not a legitimate business and Housing BA will steal from you, too. They conned me into thinking they...
seanreid
Apr 04, 2011

Annoyances in Puerto Madryn

Experience on the boat is something special but if it's a slight sea day you may suffer of seasickness.Really carefull if you are travelling wiht an infant or even a child, on the boat it may be...
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RobyG
Aug 05, 2008

Buenos Aires from/to Mendoza

Sometimes travellers have experienced and reported few dangerous robbery particularly on the route Buenos Aires to Mendoza. Drivers are well aware and able to avoid these unpleasant situations, but...
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RobyG
Aug 04, 2008

Radio Taxi or Bust

Taking a taxi in BA? Look for cars with "radio taxi" - both painted on the car, as well as on a light box on the roof. You will read in guide books to look at their photo ID and compare it to the...
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Stefaliscious
May 04, 2008

Watch for purse snatchers.

Always be mindful of your purse and wallets. Make sure you have a good hold on your items. Don't wear expensive jewellery when walking the streets and leave items like your passport in your hotel...
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crazygal59
Jan 29, 2008

Post Office

I just wanted to mention that no one ever received the postcards that we mailed from Ushuaia.The post office was closed when we went there so we dropped our postcards in the outside box. We didn't...
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kyoub
Oct 12, 2007

Popular Cities in Argentina

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Buenos Aires

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Mendoza

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Av. Alvear 1891, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1129AAA, Argentina
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Tierra de Vientos 2448, (formerly Rio Pipo), Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, 9410, Argentina
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Espejo 455, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, 5500, Argentina
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Av. Ezequiel Bustillo km 25, San Carlos de Bariloche, Province of Rio Negro, R8409ALN, Argentina
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Gobernador Moyano 1243, El Calafate, Province of Santa Cruz, 9405, Argentina
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Av Tres Fronteras 650, Puerto Iguazu, Province of Misiones, N3370AWT, Argentina
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Top Things to Do in Argentina

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La Boca District

It's been 10 years already that I've been to Argentina..and had not enough time to write about it.Now I have more time already...please wait to read more tips from many trips .Argentina is one of my...
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Penguins

This was a rare sighting for Martillo Island. One King Penguin seemed to be overseeing the area of Gentoo Penguins. King Penguins can be identified by the gold crest on their chest and gold colored...
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La Pasarela

This walk is even better than the boat trip. You will see all the splendor of Perito Moreno plus the mountains. There are panoramic places with plaques explaining the birds and condors that if you are...
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Wine Tour

I just got back from an Amazing Trip to Mendoza, Argentina. We spent a week in Mendoz at the Park Hyatt Hotel (great great hotel) and enjoyed many wonderful activities. I would recommend that if you...
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Graffitis Arte Urbano

No matter if you are anonymous phrases of protest, indecipherable scribbles colorful or striking prints. The popular knowledge said that through the graffiti, the walls speak. If this is truly so, in...
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Devil's Throat - Garganta Del Diablo

Iguazu Falls consists of many falls, but the best known is Devil's Throat which we saw on our first day there. We stayed at the hotel in the park, walked ten minutes to the train, rode a few minutes...
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"The road less traveled"
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"Argentina and its passions"
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