Among the main attractions in the city, its Gualeguaychú Carnivals
held every summer stand out. In January and February, the "Carnival of the Country" is celebrated for visitors to appreciate parades with comparsas
, choreographies and the architecture of its floats, with the beautiful women who dance around in the colossal Sambódromo
(see data on Gualeguaychú 2015 Carnival
Visitors to Gualeguaychú are delighted by its multiple bathing resorts, the local port and Unzué Park, which shows off a leafy and varied vegetation. All these sites are ideal to practice nautical sports, fishing and amusing tours outdoors, such as hiking. Only minutes away from the city of Gualeguaychú, stand two renowned hot springs resorts: Gualeguaychú Hot Springs
and Guaychú Hot Springs
A city tour is perfect to get familiar with Gualeguaychú and its people. San Martín Square, Urquiza Square and Saint Joseph’s Cathedral are some of the cultural sights tourists should not miss, as well as the Maganasco Institute Museum, the Railway Museum, Andrade House and Fray Mocho House.
In spite of having had repercussions in the media lately, this beautiful city preserves the calm and quietness of the inland territories intact. Therefore, it is willing to show visitors everything it has: a natural environment second to none.