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Paseo Victorica

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Paseo Victorica

193 Reviews
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Paseo Victorica, Tigre 1648 Argentina
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Premium Tigre Delta and San Isidro Tour from Buenos Aires
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Premium Tigre Delta and San Isidro Tour from Buenos Aires

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Swap the busy streets of Buenos Aires for the waterways of the Tigre River Delta on a day trip that’s ideal for first-time visitors. You’ll see a more provincial side of the region as you explore the cobbled streets of San Isidro. Plus, you'll escape the crowds on land during a canal cruise on the delta.
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Rich G wrote a review Mar 2020
Acton, Massachusetts2,420 contributions247 helpful votes
Tigre is about 45 mins north of Buenos Aires and an incredibly beautiful town away from the busy and crowded city. We came to kayak the delta for the day, stroll along the Lujan river, and have a nice lunch. We did all the above. We parked along Calle Victorica to stroll the walkway and watch boats before we kayaked ourselves. The weather was beautiful, as was the flora, bridges, parks, and views of the river. On one end you can find a naval museum, and the other restaurants and ice cream spots. Beautiful part of Tigre!
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Date of experience: February 2020
Cwhitledge wrote a review Jan 2020
Napa, California14 contributions28 helpful votes
Just 40 minutes away from the city there is another environment. So practical and easy to walk around
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Ehaas1 wrote a review Jan 2020
Cupertino, California15 contributions30 helpful votes
Better if you go on a working day, otherwise is full of locals. So nice to stroll all the way of this riverside with so many restaurants and clubs.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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soniawasabi wrote a review Mar 2019
Buenos Aires, Argentina6,022 contributions655 helpful votes
This area of Buenos Aires has a special charm: the view of the river with its boats that pass by, the lush vegetation, the typical old construction of Tigre, calm and families enjoying picnics all over. If you start the visit in the MAT (Museo de Arte de tigre), you can continue along the Victorica promenade until you find a nice cafe or restaurant, sit down to eat something while you rest. Highly recommendable!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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carlaontrip wrote a review Oct 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina127 contributions51 helpful votes
If you want to have a walk and stop nearby to have lunch or just a coffee and a pice of cake you definitely go to Paseo Victorica. In summer you better go in the morning because it is really hot to walk, also during weekends because it becomes full near midday. You could go for tea or dinner too.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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