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Parque Luro is a provincial reserve Pampas, declared a protected area without productive use and Natural Heritage, Historic and Cultural, 30 May 1996 and in 1997 on 25 July, respectively.

With the Provincial Decree No. 762/78 is delimited 7600 acres, 1600 were designated as the Secretariat for Turimo, for use as a tourist attraction and recreation, while 6000 has for conservation, scientific and research, were appointed to the Directorate of Natural Resources; two separate belonging to the Government of La Pampa , Argentina .

This park has attractions both historic, and natural. In the historical part, this appeal received on importance primcipio twentieth century took place there, the first hunting ground of the country where he was known as St.

Hubert and where they met personalities who addressed the issue of provincial status for this territory as well as the reserve has museums Castle National Historic Monument (the most prominent attraction), the St. Hubert which houses a single garage in the province and the museum's Hamlet. It also contains historical buildings such as the Tambo Model Tank of the million, etre others.

Moreover, the natural attractions are very important decicsiva in tourism in the province, by the uniqueness of the three landscapes found in the park, the forest (or forest) of caldén , the lagoon and the medanal, for the exotic wildlife in the reserve, such as red deer , the boar and 160 species of birds, both migratory and resident.

 

 
 





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To get to know Buenos Aires there is nothing better than to explore the incessant and heterogeneus night life. Many people consider to BA night as one of the most vibrant, active and interesting in the world.

In the "city that never to sleep" the night has it's own attractions.

Everything can be a pretext for the entertainment, from bookstores open late hours, the bars and the pubs , cinemas, full restaurants and the plan to keep the night going at one of the city's many discos , or you could enjoy a play at an alternative underground theatre.

Buenos Aires Night Life offers multiple options to live it up , and enjoy no matter how young or old you are.

The Night life starts around 10 pm, to go to diner or for youngers to go to pubs and bars along the night till the sun comes back again, the pubs and bars at night begins from the 11 PM . Disco’s open very late, from 1 am but the “porteños” go after 2.30 am till 6 am.

The streets around the Recoleta cemetery are a traditional entertainment area. Nowadays, it has lost some of its appeal, and has become a bit more of a tourist zone.

Nevertheless, there are enough restaurants, bars, and clubs that there should be something for any taste.

  • Arcos del ferrocarril (from Libertador y Infanta Isabel to Av. Sarmiento y Casares) is one of the hot spots of Buenos Aires. About a dozen bars and clubs are tucked underneath a long railway embankment. The main evenings are Thursdays to Saturdays, but occasionally, there's also something going on on Wednesdays or Sundays.

  • Costanera Norte (Av. Costanera Rafael Obligado, from J. Salguero to Pampa) is another stretch with lots of restaurants, bars, and dance clubs, some of the restaurants turning into discos at 2 o'clock.

  • Palermo Vijeo (around Plaza J. Cortazar) is a more recently developed entertainment area with a bit of a neighborhood ambiance. Again, lots of restaurants, bars/cafes, and a few dance clubs. There are also some very interesting clubs and bars scattered over the area called "Palermo Hollywood", west of Plaza Cortazar, reaching into Colegiales and Belgrano. 

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Lago Escondido is a village and lake in the Ushuaia department in Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina. As of 2001 it has a population of 71, growing from 46 in 1991.

The villages which thrives lives mainly on logging and tourism, is located 57 km north of Ushuaia. There is a major sawmill works and timber operation in the area.

Lago Escondido is surrounded by forests and steep mountain ranges. The lake on which the village lies (and shares the same name) tends to change color depending on the sunlight.

50km away from the city of Ushuaia, by crossing the Andes Mountains through Paso Garibaldi, we reach Hidden Lake. We begin our trip from the Petrel Inn's dock (where companions and fishermen can take shelter in case it rains) and we go in search of excellent pieces of Brook Trouts In the edges of streams and “castoreras”.

We will also have the chance to capture large-sized Brown and Rainbow Trouts.
For lunch we will have the typical Argentinean barbecue ("asado") accompanied with a “picada” (cold cuts and cheeses), wine, beer and of course, the taste of our region.

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Nahuel Huapi National Park is the oldest Argentine national park, in Patagonia in the foothills of the Andes mountains. It was established in 1934, but the nucleus of the park is the land donated to the federal government by Perito Moreno in 1903.

The park covers approximately 7050 km² and is located in the southwest of the Neuquén and northwest of the Río Negro provinces bordering with Chile. The largest city within the park and a base for tourism is the city of San Carlos de Bariloche. Villa La Angostura is another lakeside resort also within the boundaries of the park.

The park is famous for its rich wildlife and it covers many biotopes, due to altitudes ranging from 700 to 3,000 m and precipitation ranging from rain forests with 4,000 mm/yr on the western slopes to steppes with less than 300 mm/yr on the eastern side. The alerce or Patagonian cypress is a slow-growing conifer seen in the park. Other flora seen in the park include arrayanes, coihues, ferns, the caña colihue reeds, lengas, ñires, amancayes and arvejillas. The llao llao fungus is seen as beautiful irregular growths on the trees and is a symbol of the area and the name of the Hotel Llao Llao, a famous resort. Animals include river otters, huemuls, pudus, guanacos, maras, parakeets and condors.

There are many lakes in the park, including Lago Nahuel Huapi, Lago Mascardi, Lago Gutiérrez, Lago Traful, Lago Moreno, and Lago Guillelmo. The area is known as the Argentine Lake District.

Lake Nahuel Huapi contains several islands, including Isla Huemul, which hosted the Huemul Project, the Argentinian secret research project on nuclear fusion in 1949-1952.

The Quetrihué peninsula in the north of the lake has been set aside as a separate national park, Los Arrayanes National Park. Cerro Catedral is a 2,388m high peak within the Park and an important ski resort.

Cerro Tronador, on the Chilean border, is the highest mountain in the park at 3,491m. Bordering the National Park to the north is the Lanín National Park.
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