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Gualeguaychú
 
   Colón
   Chajarí
   Con. del Uruguay
   Concordia
   Diamante
   Federación
   Gualeguay
   Gualeguaychú
   Parana
   Villa Urquiza
   Victoria
   Villaguay
   La Paz
 
   4 Tracks
   Air Activity
   Nautical Activty
   Horse Riding
   Hiking 
   Hunting
   Fishing
  Climbing
   Mountain Bike
   Paragliding
   Rafting
   Sauna-Spa
   Trekking
 
   Golf Courses
   Ski Resorts
   Argentine Wines
   Rural Tourism
   The Tango  
   Tourist Trains
   Jesuitics buildings
   Nationals Parks
 
 
History of Gualeguaychú
 
Los carnavales de Entre Ríos
 

The city was founded by the Nicaraguan Tomás de Rocamora who was sent by the Spanish Viceroy in 1783. It was called San José de Gualeguaychú.

It is placed in the southeast area of the province. Its name was originated by the Yaguarí Guazú River, that in Guaraní means River of the Big Jaguar. The city has 65.000 inhabitants.

Its relief is characterized by low hills, the climate is "pampeano" template with an average temperature of about 18º C.

One of the main attractions of the county is the carnival that every summer is developed. The city also has an appropriate hotel infrastructure, accompanied by a casino that even receives visitors from the near provinces.

On the other hand it possesses a very important industrial park, transforming it into a strong city and open to new investments.

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