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Best things to do in Tigre Partido

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Flea Market
“If you are a foreigner, it is worth missing a day among its many and varied stands of local crafts. Very cheap and unique to decorate a barbecue table, mates, picnics, campsites, etc. You can also find typical elements of gaucho decoration and low price furniture. Days to go: Saturday and Sunday from morning to sunset. On Thursdays and Fridays they open 60% of the premises and there are fewer people. Parking: complicated and maybe you'll have to walk a few blocks. There are restaurants and fast food bars. Bathrooms: only in restaurants .... You can hire a boat ride through the islands of the mouth of the Paraná River. Bring mosquito repellent !!!! and hat to cover the sun (from October to Ap”
47 locals recommend
Theme Park
“You can get to Tigre by using the train from the train station called Retiro. Experience Argentina by train.”
21 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Very large shopping center. There are a lot of restaurants, fashion shops, supermarkets, parking area, security, etc.”
12 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The building itself is worth visiting. Its the natural end of the Paseo victorica walk. Its a frech palace built for parties and social events by the Anchorena´s. The garden is very well kept, peaceful and empty during the week, crowded in weekends.”
17 locals recommend
“With its neo-Gothic cathedral looking up to God . At least that was the feeling of the time. The Cathedral is considered a valuable example of religious architecture.”
21 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Es el mas amplio shopping de Buenos Aires, con toda la variedad de marcas y precios. Muy recomendable.”
36 locals recommend
“If you want to go to Cinema or to have a night walk with stores between retaurants, bars and stores you can come and have a look to Nordelta Shopping Center with a Miami life style shopping. ”
8 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Traditional place in the area where visitors go and turf lovers everywhere. It has over 100 acres to explore , restaurants and lounges slots.”
15 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Kansas is an american type, inspired restaurant with an argentinian twist. It is a big restaurant with a nice bar inside and outside. it is loud and it is usually busy in the evening and at night. You can dine, have lunch or go for drinks. There is parking on premises.”
13 locals recommend
“Este casino posee variedad de shows nocturnos , restaurantes , traga monedas , ruleta , blackjack, etc”
9 locals recommend
“Dont leave without getting into the Delta. Its very special. There are several tours and even public transportation. Also you may go for lunch to certain Recreos. The best tip in the world: Go rowing! Kayaks and boats available to rent!. Google photos of Tigre´s Delta!”
5 locals recommend
“excellent to go for a walk and get a great view of Rio de la Plata (Buenos Aires´river)”
9 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“Tigre is an Argentine town located just north of Buenos Aires. It serves as a base to visit the rivers and marshes of the extensive Paraná Delta. The old fruit trade port of the city, Puerto de Frutos, is now a busy craft market. Nearby, the Mate Museum traces the history of this traditional Argentine drink and has a mate bar. The Paseo Victorica is a promenade along the river with numerous rowing clubs and restaurants.”
70 locals recommend
“PERU BEACH (Zona Norte) GREAT TO HAVE LUNCH AND DINNER IN THE OUTSIDES Our tip: relax & chill. Have a Corona. Address: Sebastien Elcano 794, Acassusso, +54 11 4793 5986.”
16 locals recommend
“It is a beautiful place to visit and it has a small tea room restaurant that you should not miss.”
9 locals recommend
Flea Market
“en el puerto de frutos puede conocer la variada gastronomia y disfrutar la variedad de artesanias ”
10 locals recommend