Collected by Rhys MacLean
Sarmiento 77, 1648 Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Wonder where all the locals are going as they load their suitcases and groceries onto the river taxis? They're on their way to get away from it all. Tigre's banks are lined with rental cottages and cabin complexes, many offering swimming pools and...
Vivianco 1509, B1648AAB Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Parque de la Costa is Argentina’s biggest amusement park, located in El Tigre, Buenos Aires. If you want to get out of the routine, this is the most fun way to do it. Is where the locals go, and also you'll see groups of people from Brazil,...
Tigre, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
To get from point A to B on the river delta, you'll need to board a water taxi. These polished wood boats cruise the canals day and night, dropping passengers off and picking them up at rental houses, cabin complexes and restaurants along the way....
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