Know Santa Fe
The capital of Santa Fe is located in the center-west Argentina. It is famous for its suspension bridge, in front of the coasts of the zone. It is also a city with history, with colonial buildings. Beside, it is known as the Cradle of the Constitution and as a pole where congresses and many cultural events are realized.
The city has several attractions, amongst others, the Santa Fe Municipal Theatre, Rosa Galisteo de Rodríguez Fine Arts Museum, Las Flores Racetrack, Santa Fe Zoo, Experimental Zoo Station, and a several green areas and parks, such as Juan de Garay or El Palomar, and shopping center, such as San Martín, a mall with all kinds of offers.
Other attractions are the Setúbal Lagoon and rivers surrounded the zone, such as Paraná and Salado Rivers, with many resorts where it is possible to enjoy of nautical sports, camping areas, games for children, amongst others. Besides a great variety of wild flora and fauna.
Attractions: Architecture, green areas, resorts, shopping centers, culture, and zoo.
Activities: Nautical sports, horse racing, volleyball, football, camping, cultural life, sport fishing.
How to get there: All year long.
When to go: By land, through National Road 168, connecting with the city Paraná, Brigadier López Highway, from Rosario, and the connection with National Road 9 from Buenos Aires, beside many others national roads. Airway, to Sauce Viejo Airport, with national flights. By train, from Buenos Aires.
Weather: Temperate, seasons not defined and with tropical influence.
Services: Transportation, accommodations, food, cultural activities, green areas, tourism agency.
Surroundings: Rosario, Reconquista, Sauce Viejo.