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How to get around in Corrientes Capital?

Corrientes Capital is a tourist destination that you can not miss. We tell you the best way to tour it without losing your breath.


In Corrientes Capital you can breathe river breeze and air of history. Serpent by the great Paraná, the capital of Correntina offers a magnificent view of colonial architecture. If you have already decided to visit it, we will tell you the best to explore it inside. On foot, in your own car or public transport. The city has nine lines of collectives, some of which have three branches. It gives way to mobilize is with remis or in a rental car.

Regarding accessibility, in March 2019, the municipality implemented a plan of works called “Inclusive Sidewalks” in compliance with the provisions of the International Convention on the Rights of the Persons with Disabilities.

When it comes to orienting inside the provincial capital, there is no need to worry too much. The city of Corrientes does not resemble large metropolises such as Buenos Aires or Rosary. As in the rest of the capitals of the Argentine interior, calm reigns and, being located is relatively simple. Here the nap is still respected, and business hours range from 8 to 12 and from 16 to 9 pm. So, an important first tip is: do not go shopping at nap time. It's probably gonna be all closed.

Quiet, serene and friendly, this is the capital of Correntina. However, Corrientes Capital has all the services of a large city. A public transport service and pedestrian areas ideal for family walks. On the other hand, it has web pages and applications that guide the visitor through its streets immediately .

2 places to walk

When we are visiting an unknown city, we know that there are must-see places that we have to go. What better way than doing it on foot? In Corrientes Capital you have to go to two places. The commercial pedestrian and the traditional Corrientes Costanera. The first is located on Calle Junín, right in the center. Restaurants, cafes, bars, clothing stores, appliances, and souvenirs, all are there. The shopping promenade is 15 minutes from the Corrientes Bus Terminal and thirty from the Airport. A space to enjoy a pleasant walk and an outlet for shopping and recreation.

Walking along the Costanera de Corrientes is another of the great pleasures of capital. Both for the old part, colonial style, and for the new one. Tourists who visit this tour do not fail to highlight an incomparable feeling of sitting at sunset for a beer and watching the sunset over the General Belgrano bridge. This viaduct connects the provinces of Corrientes with Chaco, with Resistencia more precisely. Magical sunsets, countless foodtracs, restaurants and beaches are enabled from the end of October to the month of April.

Publication Date: 31/05/2020

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