This province is pure natural beauty, history and culture.
Among the most important places to visit in La Rioja, you cannot miss the Talampaya National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to its impressive natural beauty and its historical and geological importance.
If you like adventure tourism, La Rioja is the place for you. You can enjoy a wide variety of activities, from rafting and trekking to climbing and paragliding. You can also take a trip to the Talampaya Canyon, where you can explore the impressive rock formations and the culture of the ancient inhabitants of the area.
The predominant climate in this province is semi-arid with low humidity. In the lowlands, summers are very hot and winters are short with low temperatures.
To get around La Rioja, the best option is to rent a car, as this allows you to explore the province at your own pace and get to more remote places. You can also opt for a guided tour where you are taken to the highlights of the region. Argentina Pura can provide you with a vehicle.
As far as gastronomy is concerned, we offer dishes such as chivito, empanadas, stews, patatas a la riojana, caparrón. You can also enjoy the wines of the region, which are renowned for their quality and unique flavour.
To sleep in this tourist destination there is a wide variety of accommodation, from luxury hotels to cosy bed and breakfasts, hostels, apart hotels, pensions, mansions, houses, inns and camping sites. If you are looking for accommodation in nature, we recommend the cabins. If, on the other hand, you prefer to be close to the city, there are many options of hotels and flats.
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This locality is located in the west of the Province of La Rioja and is the head city of the Coronel Felipe Varela Department in a fertile valley crossed by the Desaguadero River.
Villa Unión is a city with history, a great variety of activities and excursions to enjoy. Moreover, it can be combined with a visit to the Ischigualasto National Park or Valle de la Luna in San Juan, which is only 137 km away.
Antarctica has a fascinating history that spans millions of years. Fossils and geological evidence suggest that Antarctica was once much warmer and more hospitable to life than it is today. About 50 million years ago, the continent was part of a supercontinent called Gondwana, which included South America, Africa, India, Australia, and Antarctica.
During the late Cretaceous period, about 70 million years ago, Antarctica was covered in dense forests and home to a diverse range of plant and animal species, including dinosaurs, early mammals, and giant marine reptiles. Over time, the continent drifted southward and became increasingly isolated and inhospitable, leading to the extinction of most of its native species.
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