Museo Histórico de Corrientes
This museum is set around an attractive patio and exhibits weapons, antique furniture, coins and items dealing with religious and civil...
Museo de Bellas Artes
This museum is as interesting for the old house it occupies as for the artworks. The two front rooms have an eclectic permanent...
Teatro Juan de Vera
A striking belle epoque building; ask at the ticket office if you can have a peek inside to see the beautiful treble-galleried theater...
Parrilla Puente Pexoa
Corrientes is the heartland of the lively music and dance known as chamamé , and seeing a live performance is memorable. This relaxed...
Martha de Bianchetti
This old-fashioned Italian-style bakery and cafe serves mind-altering pastries and excellent coffee; each cup comes with chipacitos ...
Lonely Planet review
An enófilo is a wine-lover, so the cellar gets plenty of attention at this attentive upstairs restaurant on the peatonal . The wine ‘list’ is displayed in a small temple at the room’s center; traditional correntino ingredients such as succulent surubí river fish are given creative flair, and fine cuts of meat are showcased to great advantage with exquisite sauces and fresh vegetables. It’s a great place to get off the pizza, pasta and parrilla treadmill. There’s a set menu available on weekdays for AR$68.