Close to the City of Victoria and minutes away from the Paraná River and its islands, the City of Nogoyá is crossed by the creek bearing the same name and features a rich and hard history that dates back to the days of the Spanish Conquest.
In addition to its main square, Nogoyá also boasts ancient streets and wide avenues. Undoubtedly, it shows off a unique style and identity, with recreation areas, cultural activities at social and sports clubs and also a wide range of stores.
The history of the city is breathed in its streets, where its architecture and museums give evidence of the Hyspanian colonization time and are part of the sightseeing tours proposed by the city.
Every year, Nogoyá dresses up on July 16 to give testimony of its devotion to its patron saint, Our Lady of Carmen, summoning not only local neighbors but also visitors from adjoining towns who settle down at this district during these days in order to honor the past.