Santa Catalina

Each and every destination on this planet has its own magic. Argentina's Santa Catalina is certainly no exception.

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Buenos Aires, the country's capital, is roughly 360 miles to the east of Santa Catalina.

About 11 miles from Santa Catalina is Rio Cuarto. Make the trip out there and experience the General San Martin Monument and President Roca Square.

Get outside and make the most of the local adventure options. Try mountain biking or mountain climbing.

In these busy times, the perfect vacation often means finding great spots to relax. When it's time to kick back, do as the locals do and do a bit of cycling or shore fishing.

If the sun is out, you can head down to the water here. Be sure to try swimming and wind surfing while you're there.

Learn about the different culinary traditions in Cordoba by sampling a selection of local dishes.

Unveil the secrets of the area's gastronomic scene by starting an exciting culinary adventure. You'll find that the local dishes often feature chimichurri and eggplant.

Pizza and empanadas (savoury pastry turnovers) are often ordered by travelers and residents alike.

You absolutely cannot take off from the region without taste-testing panqueques (crêpes).

Enjoy the afternoon with friends and a glass or two of Schneider Fuerte, a favorite brew in this area.

You can't say that you've had the full experience of this location without a taste of el submarino (hot chocolate), an alcohol-free beverage the locals love.

Many people don't feel a meal is complete until they've tasted the regional wine. It may interest you to try Torrontes or Chardonnay.

Cross the cultural divide by practicing some useful phrases in Spanish during your stay. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" translates to "Would you like to dance with me?" "Este caballero pagará por todo" ("This gentleman will pay for everything") is good to practice as well.

The 25th of May is the day every year when people in the country observe Revolution Day. There might be special festivities to enjoy if you're lucky enough to be visiting at that time.

As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. When the curtain falls on your vacation in Santa Catalina, say "Adiós", spend your final Argentine pesos, and treasure all those amazing memories.

Alas, vacations don't continue forever, so when it comes time to go home, head toward the nearest airport. It's 130 miles to the north of Santa Catalina.

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