Villa Cura Brochero in Argentina, from South America region, is best know for Points of Interest & Landmarks. Discover best things to do in Villa Cura Brochero with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 116 reviews
Bellisimo Santuario, todo en homenaje al Santo Cura Brochero. se siente una Energia muy especial, y vimos la devocion de los fieles, al finalizar la Misa el parroco, muy Tierno nos "Impuso" las Manos a los viajeros y nos Bendijo.Muy Emocionante.
4.5 based on 233 reviews
You have very quick access to the river inside Mina Clavero, and that's great for families with small kids, but you cannot swim in there because it is too shallow. Nido del Aguila is the local swimming hole, the only place with enough water to even jump off the rocks into the water. Just don't commit the same mistake I did: DON'T TAKE A SIP AT THE WATER... It's actually too pure and chilly, and will give you a stomache that will have you running towards the nearest bathroom. The hiking in the area is great, even if it is mostly rocks and bushes, and you can even walk there coming from the city center (it's just a couple of km). If you're going to Mina Clavero, especially in the summer, Nido del Aguila is a must visit!
4 based on 53 reviews
San José Gabriel del Rosario Brochero dio su vida en prom de los mas pobtres y necesitados de Cordoba Argentina.
En su honor ypara recordar su obra existe el “Museo Brocheriano” ubicado en la localidad de Villa Cura Brochero, frente a la ,plaza “Del Centenario”.
Tiene varios sectores donde se pueden apreciar las costumbres: de los primeros habitantes mas de cien años oriundos del valle de Traslasierra, en otro sector de los denominados Comechingones indígenas de esa zona.
En honor de este santo varón, se ha erigido en la plaza arriba mencionada una imagen del ,mismo, y tanto el museo como este monumento se han convertido en atracciones permanentes de esta villa. 3544470051
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Amazing collection of Juan Santiago Bouchon which not end up surprising you by its amazing quality and variety of items. The museum is open every day from sunrise to sunset and is quite amusing cross it and look at the past through the eyes of today. Increible coleccion del Sr. Juan Santiago Bouchon de la cual no terminaras de sorprenderte por su increible calidad y variedad de elementos. El museo abre todos los dias del amanecer al atardecer y es absolutamente entretenido recorrerlo y mirar el pasado con ojos de hoy
4 based on 97 reviews
Ok , is a beautiful spot where the river cut the town , is a very long stretch of sand next to the water which is very shallow, ideally suited for children with a very gently current , allowing the parent and children's to relax and enjoy a very safety environment, and on the other side of the bridge is a really nice pool to a deep of 2 meters , ok parents and children will have a relaxing holiday
4.5 based on 223 reviews
This is a frightening and an amazing road to do.... so many curves!!! breathtaking panoramic views and visiting different points along the way, the road goes up and down, curves will show you every time an incredible landscape and gorgeous view. More over, you can (with a little luck) see the Condor, the bigger and majestic bird all over the world
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There is no ATM. The table games don't open until 8pm. There are no soft-drinks, water or cocktails available until 8pm. If you do order a cocktail you get an ounce of booze and about 16 ounces of soda. Any chip exchange is taxed 15%. Roulette? I've seen nicer surfaces on a baby changing table. No wonder this place is rumored to be a front for money laundering. If you really have a desire to play - grab some drinks before you go and play the penny slots. Oh and no baseball caps allowed.
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