El Fogón de los Arrieros
Founded in 1943, this is a cultural center and gallery that for decades has been the driving force behind Resistencia’s artistic...
Museo del Hombre Chaqueño
This small but excellent museum is run by enthusiastic staff (some English spoken) who talk you through displays covering the three main...
Central and buzzy, this upbeat bar has a lively terrace, good people running it and a wide selection of music. They mix a decent drink,...
No Me Olvides
Huge windows and a high-ceilinged interior make this popular corner spot feel much larger than it is. Verve and color are added by...
Av de los Inmigrantes 1001 · interesting places nearby
The headquarters of the sculpture Bienal and the venue for it, this exhibition room and grounds house many of the most impressive pieces from past festivals. It's well worth a visit. It also distributes brochures in English and Spanish of sculptural walking tours in town. The avenue is a northward continuation of Wilde. If going by taxi, mention the adjacent Domo del Centenario.