This beautiful city is located next to the Paraná River It is the capital of Misiones Province. In its streets, there are still remains of the typical architecture of the time in which the Jesuit missionaries moved to this zone for the evangelization process, which is observed in the fronts of the building and museums.
For its location close to the river and its several streams, it is the ideal place for practicing nautical sports, like jet-ski or fishing. Other attractions are the Botanical Garden, the riverside path, the handcraft fair in the Paseo Bosetti, the Puente and Placita markets, amongst others.
Also, it has cultural activities in its theaters and museums. The Estudiantina celebration is similar to the carnival, with allegoric cars, dancers, and the carnival queen contest.
Attractions: Cultural tourism, natural areas, architecture, flora, fauna, rivers, events.
Activities: Nautical sports, rafting, sport fishing, resorts, sailing, cultural walking, and excursions.
How to get there: All year long.
When to go: By land, through National Roads 12 and 104. Airway, to Libertador General José de San Martín International Airport.
Services: Transportation, accommodations, food.
Surroundings: Puerto Iguazu, Loreto, San Ignacio, Esteros del Iberá.