Nestled between the Parana and Uruguay rivers, the Province of Entre Rios is known for its hot springs and yerba mate tea. You can go on an outdoor adventure at a national park, admire an opulent mansion and attend a colourful Carnival celebration.
Things to do in Entre Rios
Fall in love with the natural beauty of El Palmar National Park, famous for Argentina’s towering Yatay palm trees that can grow up to 20 metres tall. Marvel at the long-necked natural wonders along one of the park’s scenic hiking and biking trails, then take a dip in the swimming spots found along the Rio Uruguay.
Step back in time at Palacio San Jose, which once belonged to one of the most important caudillos of Argentine history. Admire the 19th-century Italian-Argentine architecture at this National Monument and explore the archive filled with historic documents, antiques and paintings of Urquiza’s battles.
When you need a break, soak in the thermal baths at Termas de Federacion. This family-friendly attraction features pools filled with crystalline water that flows at 43 degrees Celsius with healing properties said to help with arthritis, skin problems and stress.
Visit during the Carnival of Gualeguaychu, one of the most popular celebrations in Argentina. Soak up the lively ambience as you immerse yourself in Argentine culture while watching the colourful parade of dancers and floats.
Getting around Entre Rios
The Province of Entre Rios can be accessed by flying into General Justo Jose de Urquiza, Gualeguaychu or Mazaruca Airport. You can get around by bus, but a private car or taxi is convenient for travelling around the Province of Entre Rios.