La Olla de Cobre
Museo y Taller Draghi
This small museum, attached to the silversmith workshop of the locally renowned Draghi family, highlights an exceptional collection of...
The puente viejo (old bridge), spanning the Río Areco, dates from 1857 and follows the original cart road to northern Argentina. Once a...
Museo Las Lilas de Areco
Florencio Molina Campos is to Argentines what Norman Rockwell is to Americans – a folk artist whose themes are based on comical...
Almacén Ramos Generales
Another of San Antonio's historic dining venues, this elegantly restored space was once a general store. Today, it offers a quaintly...
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La Olla de Cobre information
This cozy cafe specializes in artisanal chocolates and alfajores (traditional Argentinian cookie sandwiches) to go with coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. It's also a great place to pick up an edible gift.