Things to do in Gualeguaychú

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Carnival behind the Scenes

Every year in Gualeguaychú, January and February become synonyms for the longest-awaited carnival in the country. The celebration begins long before, with all the arrangements.

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Carnival City

Even if carnival is its main attraction, its green spaces, its beaches and bathing resorts turn it into an ideal site to visit at all seasons, for even if King Momo is asleep, the people’s eyes are wide open.

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Carnival of the Country

The Carnival of Gualeguaychú has become the most important in Argentina. Famous for its dancers, costumes, floats and followers, it should be enjoyed at least once in a lifetime. A real must.

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Gualeguaychú at Night

The interesting nightlife of this district in Entre Ríos featuring mild climate is based on the rhythms of the Carnival, as well as on other assorted and amusing activities.

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Gualeguaychú bathing resorts

The littoral landscape comprises a vast number of golden sand beaches where outdoor activities take place during most of the year.


Gualeguaychú hot springs

Inside a beautiful green lawn and only five minutes away from the city of Gualeguaychú, stands this novel hot spring resort awaiting visitors to provide them all the comfort and services necessary...

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Las Piedras Provincial Reserve

An interpretative walk across the Las Piedras Provincial Reserve let us see the local flora and fauna. Attentively, we went about this balanced ecosystem in Entre Ríos.

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Navigating the "quiet waters"

Sailing on the Gualeguaychú River. A change of perspective. A moment of beholding. A space to relax. A trip along places where the past comes to life.


Ride Around Fray Bentos

We discovered the coast landscape in this beautiful region on a sailing boat. We sailed along the Gualeguaychú and Uruguay Rivers up to the district of Fray Bentos, located in <span style="font-style: italic;">charrúa</span> lands.

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San José Palace

The lavish mansion, a worthy example of the type upper classes used to build following European designs and materials, causes a lasting impression.

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The Beaches of Gualeguaychú

The City of Gualeguaychú features a wide array of beaches and recreation areas ideal for the summertime. Here are some of the best known.

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The Mate Yard

We visited the Patio del Mate and learnt the special secrets of this indigenous infusion. See how it is made and how to brew good and delicious mates.

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The Other Reason for Gualeguaychú to Feel Proud: the Ñandubaysal

There is no doubt that this is one of the most picturesque and popular swim holes on the Uruguay River. Carnival is not the only attraction in the summertime.

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The story of the comparsa Ara Yevi

For over 30 years, Ara Yeví has been the <i>comparsa</i> of <i>Club Tiro Federal de Gualeguaychú</i>. Just like what happened with the other groups...

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The story of the comparsa Kamarr

Kamarr is the comparsa of Carnaval del Centro Sirio Libanés, a club founded in 1936 by Don Habib Haddad.

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The story of the comparsa Marí Marí

Marí Marí is the <i>comparsa</i> presented by <i>Club Central Entrerriano</i>, located today at 275, España Street...

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The story of the comparsa O'Bahia

O’Bahia is the comparsa owned by <i>Club de Pescadores de Gualeguaychú</i> (Gualeguaychú Anglers Club). This club was created with the purpose of summoning all the anglers in the city...

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The story of the comparsa Papelitos

History of Papelitos goes that in the 1970s a group of kids playing in the streets of Gualeguaychú...


Visit to Guaychú Hot Springs

They are the new attraction in the City of Gualeguaychú and they lie just 8 kilometers from the city.

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Visit to Nuevo Pueblo Belgrano

This new site is gradually summoning hundreds of families coming from Buenos Aires and other locations in the littoral area on weekends. A unique spot, minutes away from Gualeguaychú.

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The <i>Corsódromo</i> and the Floats

The <i>Corsódromo</i> in Gualeguaychú is a place of worship, similar to a football stadium or a sacred temple. But before the show, every float has to make their own arrangements to be the best.

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Tourism in Entre Ríos, "a different land"

No sooner is this province mentioned than we immediately think about the Littoral, the colors of its carnivals, the spectacular sizes of their fish, its benevolent hot spring waters and its beaches packed with visitors...

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