Buenos Aires, the national capital, is situated 30 miles (48 kilometers) east of Pilar, while Mendoza is 580 miles (933 kilometers) to the west.
To explore the local architecture in Pilar, spend some time exploring a few of the attractive public squares and spaces. Put on your walking shoes and head to San Martin Square and Colon Square, two of the best-loved public squares in city. Italy Square and Capilla del Senor Square are a couple of the other great spots that help make this city the special place it is.
Study the displays, browse the exhibits and get acquainted with the local lore in some of the local museums such as the Automobile Museum and the Draghi Museum. Follow a local guide or take a self-guided tour, try the hands-on exhibits or simply enjoy the peaceful spaces.
When the weather’s fine, pay a visit to Roberto Rocca Urban Park, a place where you can escape the crowds. Visitors of all ages love to hang out here because of its charm and beautifully designed garden beds and trees.
The Our Lady of Lujan Cathedral is a well-preserved place of worship that is well worth checking out. Visit this heritage building to discover its history and then take your time to study its design.
It doesn't matter how many fabulous sights you’ve managed to cram into your itinerary; no stay in Pilar is complete until you’ve checked out the San Antonio Church and the Exaltation of the Cross Parish Church.