Top 10 Things to do in Gualeguaychu, Argentina

July 15, 2017 Vivienne Hutton

Gualeguaychú is a city in the province of Entre Ríos, Argentina, on the left bank of the Gualeguaychú River (a tributary of the Uruguay River). It is located on the south-east of the province, approximately 230 km north-west of Buenos Aires. It has a population of 109,266 according to the 2010 Census.
Restaurants in Gualeguaychu

1. Paseo Costanera

Gualeguaychu 2820, Argentina
Excellent
29%
Good
54%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
0%
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4 based on 141 reviews

Paseo Costanera

Reviewed By alanclare - norfolk Uk / South America

Well maintained clean and rubbish free grassed embankment along the river. Relaxed here this morning under the shade watching families fishing and layer preparing their picnic lunches. No rowdy nonsense.

2. Catedral San Jose

Calle San Jose 7, Gualeguaychu E2820EKA, Argentina +54 3446 42-2461
Excellent
29%
Good
52%
Satisfactory
14%
Poor
3%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 124 reviews

Catedral San Jose

Reviewed By Verito70 - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Dedicate some minutes to visit it, you'll not regret it. You can still see in some places the terrible conditions it was before the restoration works started and also some pictures and explanations about the work being done.
It's not regaining its splendor, showing how beautiful it is.

3. Balneario Nandubaysal

Excellent
20%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
21%
Poor
7%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 381 reviews

Balneario Nandubaysal

Reviewed By A TripAdvisor Member

Balneario Ñandubaysal is always a Pleasure. Camping area offers excellent services at a decent price. Restrooms are OK. There are a wide variety of activities like Kayak, jet ski and some others.
You can also find restaurants and bars close to the beach.
The beach is ok, crowded in high season but worth the visit.
If you go During February, make sure you visit the Corsodromo to enjoy the Carnaval.

4. El Patio del Mate

Calle Gervasio Mendez 284, Gualeguaychu E2822APB, Argentina +54 3446 42-4371
Excellent
20%
Good
59%
Satisfactory
18%
Poor
3%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 55 reviews

El Patio del Mate

Reviewed By Florencia1979 - Buenos Aires, Argentina

This is an authentic Argentinian place to visit, where you can learn about the history about the mate, how to make it well and enjoy it with your friends and family! The owner is the best man ever! He knows what it really means the magic of mate! You will find lot of different mates styles and kits! Amazing!! It is a must on your list! Buy a nice mate to drink it or as a souvenir! :)
Entre Carnavales y playa entreriana, no debe faltar tu visita al Patio del Mate, un lugar magico y autenticamente argentino, donde podes encontrar todos los tipos de mates, yerba, y aprender de su historia y como hacer un buen mate ! El dueño del lugar es un amor, sabe re significar el sentido de tomar el mate para nuestra cultura y sus palabras jamás olvidaré... Gracias!!!!

5. Solar del Este

Ituzaingo 0, Gualeguaychu 2820, Argentina +54 3446 43-3303
Excellent
28%
Good
49%
Satisfactory
15%
Poor
3%
Terrible
5%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 78 reviews

Solar del Este

Reviewed By Arco Iris L

With you at a few more when I feared that color is black in my L Kenny my Lafayette that case number it and we better to

6. Termas de Guaychu

Ruta Nacional 14 km 63. 5, Gualeguaychu E2820GPA, Argentina +54 9 3446 60-7620
Excellent
23%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
23%
Poor
9%
Terrible
5%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 138 reviews

Termas de Guaychu

Reviewed By rchandiramani - New Delhi

Restful and invigorating! The water is piped from 900 meters underground into a covered pool. That was perfect for us because it rained almost incessantly during the three days we were there. The humidity made the steam rising off the water look like an attractive mist. The changing rooms are fairly close to the pool so it was off with the rain gear and on with the swimwear and into the pool in a couple of minutes. The rooms are comfortable - ours had a little kitchenette and as we had stocked up on provisions we could cook our own meals. The restaurant is pretty good too, but if you are going for more than a day, it makes sense to take some basics along so that you can make your own breakfast, if nothing else.
It's also a good place for a day visit.
There are several happy friendly dogs on the premises. Also hundreds (literally) of parrots! When it's not raining, it's good to also walk around on the property.

7. Casa de Haedo Museo

Calle San Jose 105, Gualeguaychu E2820EKC, Argentina
Excellent
40%
Good
52%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 25 reviews

Casa de Haedo Museo

Reviewed By Juan G - Avellaneda, Argentina

Es un museo céntrico de una familia ilustre del pueblo. Además de los elementos que uno puede apreciar bien conservados, es de destacar la pasión con que la guía realiza su trabajo. Como para visitar un día de lluvia por solo $20.-

8. Instituto Magnasco

Calle Camila Nievas 78, Gualeguaychu E2822FED, Argentina +54 3446 42-7287
Excellent
53%
Good
27%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 29 reviews

Instituto Magnasco

Reviewed By mabelron

Una maravillosa hemeroteca, biblioteca y salon de actos con muy buena programacion artistica. Un sitio historico de Gualeguaychú que no puede dejar se ser conocido.

9. Reserva Privada El Potrero

Ruta Provincia 136 | A 13,2km del centro de Gualeguaychú. A 270km de Buenos Aires, Gualeguaychu, Argentina +54 3446 42-6284
Excellent
35%
Good
65%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 20 reviews

Reserva Privada El Potrero

Reviewed By Rastelman - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Fuimos con Banco de Bosques a hacer control de exóticas y a recorrer algo de las 18.000 hectáreas del la inmensa estancia y nos fuimos enamorados del lugar, de su gente y de su naturaleza.

10. Plaza San Martin

Urquiza San Jose | Rivadavia y Saenz Pena, Gualeguaychu 2820, Argentina
Excellent
14%
Good
54%
Satisfactory
23%
Poor
9%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 21 reviews

Plaza San Martin

Reviewed By Juan G - Avellaneda, Argentina

El perímetro interno de la plaza está limpio, bien cuidado, es agradable pasear por ella. En cuanto a los alrededores se destacan la Catedral, la casa de Haedo, el monumento de Malvinas y la Policía. Todo muy triste y hasta con los frentes despintados. Por ser la plaza céntrica y la mas grande del pueblo uno pretendería encontrar algún café o restaurante, algún negocio de artesanías o regionales, algún carrousel....no, no hay nada de eso. Lo único que vi es un trencito eléctrico para los niños.

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