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Entre Rios is in the Mesopotamia region of Argentina.


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The hilly landscape of Entre Ríos is one of Argentina's "granaries". Various types of grain are grown and cattle are raised. The towns along the rivers are popular amongst travellers.

The area is known for carnival, which is similar to Brazil's and is dominated by the murgas, drummers who play African-influenced rhythms to which scantily clad dancers dance. The capital of the carnival is Gualeguaychú, but the carnivals in the other cities are often more attractive because of their originality.


The climate is subtropical to warm temperate with very warm summers (average 32°C in Paraná) and mild winters (average 17°C). Summer is slightly wetter than winter. Temperature-wise, you should be able to swim in the rivers from November to the end of April.


The Spanish spoken here is similar to standard Argentine Spanish but has also uses a few Guarani words. Guaraní was widely spoken among the rural population, but is now almost extinct.

Get in[edit]

Two bridges and a tunnel connect the formerly isolated Entre Ríos to the rest of Argentina:

  • Zárate - Brazo Largo Bridge to the south, the best point of arrival from Buenos Aires and southern Argentina
  • Rosario – Victoria Bridge for Rosario and south-central Argentina
  • Subfluvial Tunnel Santa Fe - Paraná, for Santa Fe, Córdoba and north-western Argentina.

A variety of buses serve the province from all areas. There are airports in Paraná and Concordia. The Buenos Aires-Posadas train also passes through Entre Ríos province.

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See and do[edit]

Many towns spas set up on rivers or streams with services for tourists and most also offer river activities.

Carnival is held in many cities in the region, presenting troupes on the streets and in corsódromos.

Sport fishing with return is done in some riverside areas.

Palacio San José or San Jose Palace is a cool-looking colonial Spanish fort.




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