Coronel Suarez, German mountains and villages
This municipality located 175 kilometers from the city of Bahía Blanca has three colonies of Alemanes del Volga worthy to know They are Santa Maria, San José and Santa Trinidad.
In the first one you can visit a restaurant with typical German food, several local enterprises and walk along avenue 11 de mayo, the most important road, where the families of the first settlers live and culminating in the main church.
For its part in San Jose the first recommendation is to have breakfast at Los Trigales Bakery. It is located five kilometers from the center of Suarez. There the visitor meets German delights with cream, butter and everything that can make him happy, like rivel küchen, füllsen and of course the strudel.
Another characteristic place of Coronel Suarez is the picturesque town of Villa La Arcadia with its mountains and streams. In it stands out the pulpery La Tranca de Cura Malal. On holidays these villages exhibit German dances in their typical costumes and cooking lessons are given in which it is explained how to make füllsen, a meal very similar to bread pudding.
San Antonio de Areco, located 122 kilometers from the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, offers a tour of its historic center with its paving stones and colonial facades of buildings and founding houses. Another classic is the Puente Viejo, which crosses the Areco River and has an eye-catching arch-shaped structure.
Leaving there the proposals are three: Duggan which is located at kilometer 128 of RN 8. It is inhabited by 600 people and is characterized by the tranquility and security, habitual of rural villages. There is the oldest bakery of the San Antonio de Areco party. Dating from 1910 or 1911, its specialty is black pancakes, ideal for tasting between mate and mate. It also retains a large number of pieces and tools with which bread was made in the last century. There is also the “Historical Archive of Pueblo y la Región”.
The other option is Vagues just 6 kilometers from the city. Its old trees, its old train station and the stream that bears its same name will allow you to enjoy a postcard stopped in time.
Last, and not least, Villa Lía has approximately 1200 inhabitants and only one of its streets is paved, the rest, retain the charm to return it in time. Relax, rest, move to all parts of the village on foot, have a drink in the Almacenes de Ramos Generales, Pascual or Caunedo is a must for those who visit the Village of Immigrants.