Santa Fe Avenue

Travel certainly broadens the horizons. You can witness things others only see pictures of, meet all kinds of people and sample local cuisine. Santa Fe Avenue is no different, so try and get as much as you can from your visit.

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From Santa Fe Avenue, it is 19 miles west to the center of Buenos Aires.

Be part of the excitement at Estadio Monumental, shared by the River Plate and the Argentina National Football Team. To enjoy a match, head northwest from Santa Fe Avenue for 4 miles. Depending on the score, either celebrate or commiserate with friendly locals after the game in one of the nearby watering holes.

Check out what local events are taking place in the wider region and explore Lavalle Street or Alem Street.

Approximately 20 miles to the northwest of Santa Fe Avenue is Tigre, a regional hub which is home to Parque de la Costa, Bahia de Nordelta Port and the Tigre Art Museum. Don't head back until you've also explored the National Naval Museum and the La Reconquista Museum.

You won't want to miss the opportunity to let your tastebuds loose on the region's traditional foods.

Nourish your palate with some wholesome food from the local area, which will almost certainly include the region's characteristic ingredients, chimichurri and eggplant.

Of course, no journey through this region would be complete without ordering pizza or empanadas (savoury pastry turnovers).

No culinary conquest can be complete without a delicious dessert. Panqueques (crêpes) is a top pick of locals and is guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Schneider Fuerte will surely quench your thirst. Spend a few hours getting to know some mates while trying this classic brew.

If you want to have a local experience, make sure you order el submarino (hot chocolate), a popular alcohol-free beverage.

Torrontes, Chardonnay and other varieties are featured on the wine lists of many restaurants in Pampas.

After you have spent all your Argentine pesos and it's time to take the plane, train, car or bus home, don't forget to bid a final "Adiós" to Santa Fe Avenue. You'll forever cherish the good times you've had.

When you're ready to head home, the Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport is 3 miles northwest of Santa Fe Avenue.

Accommodation in Santa Fe Avenue

You'll find 14 different Santa Fe Avenue lodging options on Expedia's easy-to-use Santa Fe Avenue lodging guide.

Higher ranking Santa Fe Avenue hotels include the Hotel Bel Air, at Arenales 1462, and Cyan Americas Towers Hotel, located at Libertad 1070. If you're after something a bit cheaper, the SF Suites, Santa Fe 1188, or the Hotel Solans Carlton, Libertad, 1180, could better suit your needs.

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