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The heat is unbearable in Santa Fe. A guide to visit the months when the heat is not a problem and be able to enjoy it.
There are hot cities, but few where you feel as much as the heat in Santa Fe . Perhaps there are other provinces such as Santiago del Estero or Formosa , but in Santa Fe the Heat is a serious thing. In summer, there are days when the thermometer reaches more than 50 degrees. In the afternoon you can't walk and, unlike other provinces that have dry weather , the humidity of Santa Fe , of high percentages, makes the weight of heat felt much more in this province.
“ Last summer they fainted the little birds of the trees that fell on the sidewalk dead of heat literally. The only one you have left is a pool. all day or air conditioning” , said Natalia De Dominichi, a neighbor Santafecina.
The Santafecino that can escape between December and February, which are the months in which the city is transformed literally in an oven.
“ The air conditioning that elsewhere is a luxury, here is a necessity . People think we nap for provincials, but what can you do with such a temperature? As soon as the heat loosens, you'll see the bars full of people taking a few smoothies to fight dehydration,” De Dominichi said.
Tourism favors clear days without rain with perceived temperatures between 18 °C and 27 °C. The best times of the year for visit the City of Santa Fe for general tourist activities to the weather are from mid-February until the end of April and from the end of September to the end of December, with a maximum score in the first week of November.
Publication Date: 18/02/2020
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