Capital city of Neuquén Province. It is located between Neuquén and Limay Rivers, which begin in Río Negro. It is an industrial zone with beautiful landscapes, ideal for adventure tourism.
It has pretty resorts in the banks of the Limay River, where nautical sport can be realized, such as kayaking, canoeing, and bait-fishing. The same thing in Ramos Mexía Reservoir.
The city has interesting points to visit, such as the Talero Tower, Plaza de las Banderas, or Balcón del Valle. Also, it has a Paleontological Museum, with fossil remains of the zone in the so called Valle de los Dinosaurios (Dinosaurs Valley).
In addition, it has an excellent hotel and restaurant offer to enjoy the Patagonian hospitality and gastronomy.
Attractions: Rivers, handicraft, gastronomy, flora, fauna, museums, paleontology, architecture.
Activities: Nautical sports, trekking, cultural tours, photography, excursions, camping, bait-fishing.
How to get there: All year long.
When to go: By land, through National Road 22 and 237. Airway, to Neuquén Airport.
Services: Transportation, accommodations, food.
Surroundings: Cipolleti, General Roca.