Magdalena

Is Magdalena nowhere to be seen on your travel bucket list? Hardly a surprise! But, if you talk to just about anyone who's spent a little time in this Pampas destination, you'll learn that Magdalena has got a little magic all its own!

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The major city of Buenos Aires is situated 75 miles to the northwest of Magdalena.

Spend an evening at the home of the Club Estudiantes de La Plata. Jorge Luis Hirschi Stadium is 25 miles to the northwest of Magdalena. On game days, follow the river of red, white and black to the stadium, then at the end of the game, join fans at a nearby drinking hole for a post-game drink.

Atalaya and General Mansilla are two more interesting places that you might like to visit while you're in the region.

The regional hub, La Plata, is the heart of the action. Leaving from Magdalena, head west for 30 miles and spend a day at San Martin Square, Curutchet House and the National University of La Plata. The Natural Sciences Museum and Paseo del Bosque are additional places here that are worth a visit.

Get a taste of the range of culinary traditions in Pampas by exploring local food and drinks.

Look out for chimichurri and eggplant, a couple of popular ingredients in the region.

Make sure you sample some traditional food, such as pizza and empanadas (savoury pastry turnovers).

Why not indulge in a locally-loved treat, panqueques (crêpes)?

Spend some time with your partner and a glass or two of Schneider Fuerte, a favorite brew in this region.

El submarino (hot chocolate) is a popular non-alcoholic option that you can readily enjoy no matter what time it is.

Treat yourself and enjoy some local wine. You deserve it! Maybe Torrontes or Chardonnay will be your new favorite.

While you're preparing to embark on your adventures, do what the savvy wanderers do and learn a few key phrases in the local language. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" is Spanish for "Would you like to dance with me?" "Este caballero pagará por todo" is also good to know. It means "This gentleman will pay for everything".

Revolution Day, on the 25th of May, is a festive day of national celebration you'll want to take part in.

After you have spent all your Argentine pesos and it's time to take the plane, train, car or bus home, you shouldn't forget to say a final "Adiós" to Magdalena. You'll keep the great times you had close to your heart.

If you intend on traveling by air, know that the closest airport is 60 miles to the west of Magdalena.

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