Side Trips from Buenos Aires Sights

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Güira Oga

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

Although Iguazú Falls is home to around 450 bird species, the parks are so busy these days that you'd be lucky to see so much as a feather.

Hito Tres Fronteras

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

This viewing point west of the town center stands high above the turbulent reddish-brown confluence of the Iguazú and Paraná Rivers,...

Jardín de los Picaflores

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

With more than 400 species of birds in the national parks surrounding Iguazú Falls, bird-watchers will be kept happily busy. After trekking...

La Aripuca

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

It looks like a cross between a log cabin and the Pentagon, but this massive wooden structure—which weighs 551 tons—is a large-scale...

Museo Del Mate

Maté drinking in Argentina is even more deeply culturally rooted than coffee in the U.S. or even tea in the U.K. The maté gourd and...

Museo Gauchesco y Parque Criollo Ricardo Güiraldes

  • Museum/Gallery

Gaucho life of the past is celebrated—and idealized—at this quiet museum on a small estate just outside town. Start at the 150-year-old...

Museo Las Lilas de Areco

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Although iconic Argentinean painter Florencio Molina Campos was not from San Antonio de Areco, his humorous paintings depict traditional...

Museo Naval de la Nación

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Although most of its visitors are into naval, military, or nautical history, this museum's collection will fascinate even those whose...

Museo Taller Draghi

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San Antonio is famed for its silversmiths, and the late Juan José Draghi was the best in town. This small museum adjoining his workshop...

Museo de Arte de Tigre

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An arcade of Doric columns leads from the Luján River to this ornate building, built in 1909 to house a social club and casino. It contains...

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