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Placeres de la Costa
Placeres de la Costa
8.8 Excellent
Gualeguaychú, Entre Rios, Argentina
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1.9 km from city centre, Gualeguaychú 
ExcellentBased on 398 reviews
8.8

Placeres de la Costa provides 3-star accommodation in Gualeguaychu. It offers free Wi-Fi, free bicycle rental and an outdoor pool.

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Cheapest month:December
Most expensive month:February
Average price in Gualeguaychú:C$ 134/night
Cheapest price found:C$ 13/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
C$ 46 - C$ 634
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C$ 74 - C$ 99
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Placeres de la Costa
Placeres de la Costa
8.8 Excellent
Gualeguaychú, Entre Rios, Argentina
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1.9 km from city centre,  

Placeres de la Costa provides 3-star accommodation in Gualeguaychu. It offers free Wi-Fi, free bicycle rental and an outdoor pool.

C$ 69
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2 stars and under
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Hotel Tykua

Luis n Palma 150, Gualeguaychú, Entre Rios, Argentina

7.8 Good
C$ 51

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#2 Most popular

Hotel Are Pora

Florencio Sanches 664, Gualeguaychú, Entre Rios, Argentina

8.3 Excellent
C$ 41

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About Gualeguaychú

Home to Argentina’s largest carnival, Gualeguaychu combines the spirit of Brazil with the fiery passion of portenos. Rich in culture and natural beauty, Gualeguaychu is a captivating city with riverside beaches, barbecue grills, hot springs and horse riding ranches.

Things to do

Relax on the shore of Gualeguaychu River. Families will love Costa Alegre for its supervised swimming pool and ample shade, while couples will be drawn the peaceful Puerta del Sol, where shallow waters are fringed with willow trees. For volleyball, live music and drinks, head to Solar del Este.

Keen to party gaucho-style? Arrive from January to February for the annual Gualeguaychu Carnival. Experience the infectious sights and sounds of the samba parade when Gualeguaychu’s streets are filled with a steady stream of sequin and feather-clad characters dancing on dazzling floats.

Go horseback riding through the forests of the 120-hectare Unzué Park. This beautiful park and nature reserve sprawls along Gualeguaychu River and is home to capybaras, vizcachas, antelope and deer. Keen fisherman can embark on a fishing charter with knowledgeable guides.

Admire the beautifully restored San Jose Cathedral, which features a splendid neoclassical facade and two towering minarets. Its 18th-century marble columns and intricate ceiling are also noteworthy. For a unique glimpse into the indigenous culture of Gualeguaychu, visit the Archaeological Museum of Manual Almeida.

Getting around

You can fly into Jorge Newbery International Airfield or Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Buenos Aires. Gualeguaychu is a 2.5-hour drive or three-hour bus ride from Buenos Aires. Taxis are available in Gualeguaychú, but a rental car is ideal for getting around.

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Home to Argentina’s largest carnival, Gualeguaychu combines the spirit of Brazil with the fiery passion of portenos. Rich in culture and natural beauty, Gualeguaychu is a captivating city with riverside beaches, barbecue grills, hot springs and horse riding ranches.

Things to do in Gualeguaychú

Relax on the shore of Gualeguaychu River. Families will love Costa Alegre for its supervised swimming pool and ample shade, while couples will be drawn the peaceful Puerta del Sol, where shallow waters are fringed with willow trees. For volleyball, live music and drinks, head to Solar del Este.

Keen to party gaucho-style? Arrive from January to February for the annual Gualeguaychu Carnival. Experience the infectious sights and sounds of the samba parade when Gualeguaychu’s streets are filled with a steady stream of sequin and feather-clad characters dancing on dazzling floats.

Go horseback riding through the forests of the 120-hectare Unzué Park. This beautiful park and nature reserve sprawls along Gualeguaychu River and is home to capybaras, vizcachas, antelope and deer. Keen fisherman can embark on a fishing charter with knowledgeable guides.

Admire the beautifully restored San Jose Cathedral, which features a splendid neoclassical facade and two towering minarets. Its 18th-century marble columns and intricate ceiling are also noteworthy. For a unique glimpse into the indigenous culture of Gualeguaychu, visit the Archaeological Museum of Manual Almeida.

Getting around Gualeguaychú

You can fly into Jorge Newbery International Airfield or Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Buenos Aires. Gualeguaychu is a 2.5-hour drive or three-hour bus ride from Buenos Aires. Taxis are available in Gualeguaychú, but a rental car is ideal for getting around.

  • What are the best hotels in Gualeguaychú?

    Hotel Are Pora, rated with a score of 8.3 from 422 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Gualeguaychú. Other top stays include Hotel Berlin, with an average rating of 8.7 from 455 reviewers, and Hotel Los Angeles, with a score of 8.3 from 392 reviewers.