Museo del Mar
Museo Municipal de Arte Juan Carlos Castagnino
Built in 1909 as the summer residence of a prominent Argentine family, the Villa Ortiz Basualdo is now the Museo Municipal de Arte Juan...
This interesting medieval water storage tower, atop Stella Maris hill, was finished in 1943 and is still functioning. It offers awesome...
Municipal Tourist Office
Conducts free organized tours (called ‘Paseos Para Gente Inquieta’) of unusual city sights, such as an alfajor or textile factory –...
For traditional old atmosphere (the building is over 100 years old), you can’t beat this funky corner bar. Talk to the locals at the...
Locally recommended, fine Italian restaurant – start with the salmon carpaccio and follow up with the chicken and spinach crepes, squash...
Lonely Planet review
Housing the most extensive seashell collection you’re ever likely to see, the Museo del Mar exhibits more than 30,000 shells, representing 6000 species from around the world. The museum also contains a small tide pool, an aquarium and a cafe.