A cordial, professional setup offering hiking, climbing, canyoning, rappelling and more.
Alongside the Casa de Gobierno, this partly-restored mid-19th-century house belonged to provincial governor José Frías (1792–1874), then...
Glasses gleaming on the gantry, outdoor tables and bow-tied waiters make this a great cafe. Top espresso, prize-worthy apple licuados ...
Round the corner from the main eating drag, this does family-friendly minutas (quick meals), as well as tasty empanadas and parrilla ...
Lonely Planet review
Pizza and pasta are served with panache in this atmospheric brick warehouse eatery. It’s popular with everyone, and you often have to wait for a table. It’s worth it: the standard (of the pizza especially) is sky-high. It also serves tapas-sized snacks. There’s another branch nearby at Junín 86.