El Viejo Marino
From the northern edge of downtown, Parque Urquiza slopes steeply downward to the banks of the Río Paraná. During summer, the waterfront...
Iglesia de San Miguel
This 19th-century twin-towered church is named for the patron of the city.
Museo de Bellas Artes Pedro E Martínez
A small permanent collection of oils, illustrations and sculptures by provincial artists is complemented by temporary exhibitions in...
This place offers plenty of atmosphere in an attractive old post office building.
Quincho del Puerto
Popular spot for river fish just back from the costanera . There are various options, including decent fish empanadas and grilled pacú...
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El Viejo Marino information
There’s an uncomplicated, brightly lit and cheery atmosphere under the thatched roof at this restaurant near the Río Paraná. It offers milanesas (breaded fish cutlets) and the like, river fish both filleted and whole, and a parrillada for AR$26 that’ll feed two.