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4 villages to visit on Route 2

Are you going to the coast? This time slow down and visit these beautiful towns.

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In our trips to the Buenos Aires coast to enjoy the summer days, we almost always take Provincial Route 2. There, along the way, we see signs with names of towns and cities that invite us in, but most of the time we overlook them. Today we present you 4 towns worth visiting in a short stop on your way to the beach. 1) Maipú Located on kilometer 270, Maipu is known as the "city of friendship", since every year the National Party of the Carnival of Friendship is celebrated there. In the lagoon of Kakel Huincul it is possible to practice water sports and fishing, or simply enjoy a day in the park on the shores of its waters. 2) General Guido General Guido is a small village, of about 1300 inhabitants, located at kilometer 249 of Highway 2. Tranquillity reigns in its streets and its main square full of trees invites to take a rest of the trip. 3) Sevigné Surely the Sevigné's sign is familiar, and is that the grills that populate the route, in the Party of Dolores, tend to be an irresistible temptation. But this town, located at km 194, has more to offer than a few choripanes and a strip of roast. Its quiet streets are irresistible for a stroll. 4) Castelli Castelli is 185 km from Buenos Aires City. It is a lively and lively town, with squares, shops and a beautiful railway station. But its main attraction is the Estancia La Raquel, which surely we all saw once: it is the famous castle that belonged to the family of Felicitas Guerrero.

Publication Date: 26/12/2018

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