City of Buenos Aires. It has three nature reserves to escape from the “concrete jungle”: Costanera Sur, Costanera Norte and Lago Lugano. On a 1-hour train journey from Retiro Station, you can reach the city of Tigre to discover part of the Delta Route.
La Plata (Buenos Aires). Located near Punta Indio, Magdalena and the coastal reserves of La Plata River. You can also continue along Provincial Route 11 towards Samborombón Bay and the Punta Rasa Municipal Nature Reserve, an ideal site for bird watching.
Lagoons in eastern Buenos Aires. Very close to Greater Buenos Aires, several lagoons invite you to spend the day, fish and enjoy nature.
Cities in the Buenos Aires Coast. Mar del Plata, Chapadmalal, Villa Gesell, Necochea and other coastal cities offer kilometres of beaches and attractions, such as the Querandí Lighthouse Reserve and the scenic road along the cliffs that connects Mar del Plata with Miramar. You can go to the Tandil mountains in the west.
Bahía Blanca (Buenos Aires). In the south of the province, Bahía Blanca is the starting point to visit Pehuen-Có, Monte Hermoso, Bahía Blanca estuary and the region of Sierra de la Ventana. Heading to the south along National Route 3, you will arrive at Viedma and continue the trip along the Route of the Patagonian Sea.
Santa Rosa (La Pampa). The capital of La Pampa province is 35 km away from the Parque Luro Provincial Reserve, which harbours one of the few caldén (prosopis caldenia) forests of the country (iconic tree of the Pampas) and 200 km from the "chained lagoons of the west" of Buenos Aires: Cochicó, Del Monte, Guaminí and Epecuén.
Rosario (Santa Fe). Featuring beaches and a river, it is the closest city to the southern lagoons of the province: the Melincué lagoon and La Picasa. Here, you can also connect with the Delta Route and the Littoral and Great Rivers Route.