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Renovated and modern, the new restaurants in Neuquén venture into a versatile and refined gastronomy.
Touring around the capital of Neuquén, visitors may see various attractions that make up the Great Valley.
The Paraje Confluencia historical and cultural center concentrates a great deal of the artistic activities organized in the city. It is worth a visit.
Recently remodeled, the Gregorio Álvarez Museum displays its valuable archeological collection and represents a cultural space once again.
The Fine Arts National Museum has opened its only branch in the provinces in the City of Neuquén. Important artists of international renown exhibit their work in the museum halls.
Ideal to spend a day outdoors, the Arroyito Dam displays a singular picture created by nature and by human intelligence.
Here we show you the graces and the beauty of the valley, which stands out in the national and regional scope due to its fruit production.
This is an invitation to see some of the nooks of the Limay, one of the most important rivers in the great valley, where good specimens of brown and rainbow trout may be found.
Really close to the city, we had a great time at this rugged spot where entertainment is always guaranteed: Rincón de las Perlas
Display of the singular paleontological richness of the region is the Lago Barreales bed, located within the Paynemill mapuche community territories.
A tour around the main wineries in Neuquén which show us the creative stamp they have set upon the new Argentinian wines.
Neuquén has a new race track: the dream of building one of the most beautiful and professional tracks in the country came true at Centenario.