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Top Choice Museum in Trelew

Museo Paleontológico Egidio Feruglio

Showcasing the most important fossil finds in Patagonia, this natural-history museum offers outstanding life-size dinosaur exhibits and more than 1700 fossil remains of plant and marine life. Nature sounds and a vid…
Italian in Trelew

Miguel Angel

This chic eatery, outfitted with sleek white booths, departs from the everyday with savory dishes such as gnocchi and wild mushrooms, and pizza with bacon and basil on a crisp, thin crust.
Cafe in Trelew

Touring Club

Old lore exudes from the pores of this historic confitería (cafe offering light meals), from the Butch Cassidy ‘Wanted’ poster to the embossed tile ceiling and antique bar back. Even the tuxedoed waitstaff appear to…
Argentine in Trelew

Sugar

Facing Plaza Independencia, this modern restaurant spices up a basic menu of classic Argentine fare with options like quinoa milanesas, stir-fried beef, grilled vegetables and herbed fish. There are salads and fresh…
Beach in Trelew

Playa Unión

The region’s principal playground, Playa Unión is a long stretch of white-sand beach with blocks of summer homes and restaurants serving crisp, fresh rabas (calamari). The capital attraction are toninas overas (Comm…
Pub in Trelew

Boru Irish Pub & Restobar

Hip and attractive, featuring a beautiful wood bar and a row of cozy red booths, Boru serves up icy beer and plates piled high with french fries.
Cultural in Trelew

Gwyl y Glaniad

The landing of the first Welsh here is celebrated by taking tea in one of the many chapels.
Cultural in Trelew

Eisteddfod de Chubut

A Welsh literary and musical festival. The tradition started in 1875.
Argentine in Trelew

Tia Camila

A humble neighborhood restaurant, Tia Camila does a brisk business in simple and filling fare, ranging from homemade pastas to delectable costellitas (ribs) served with mashed potatoes and salad. There's also take-o…
Museum in Trelew

Museo de Artes Visuales

Adjoining the tourist office, this small visual-arts museum features works on loan from the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires, as well as polished relics from Welsh colonization.