A world away from the busy city of Buenos Aires and its surrounding area, Argentina gives you other regions to discover. And while some people choose to travel across the entire country in order to see Tierra del Fuego in the south of the country, others prefer to retire to the hinterland of the Argentine capital in order to explore a spectacular land, with an authentic and peaceful feel.
In this sense, Campana, rooted firmly in the heart of the province of Buenos Aires, is the perfect destination with its peaceful, lush countryside, and Uruguay a few miles away. The largest, but also the most stylish province in Argentina, it offers landscapes from the ends of the earth and plenty of opportunities for those who want to explore northern Argentina.
Ideally located at the crossroads of five provinces, the city of Campana is a perfect haven, especially for golf-lovers who will love the fifteen golf courses accessible from the city. Thrill-seeking visitors, in turn, will love the chance to board a small seaplane and discover the landscape of "Argentine Manchester" from a height. You will discover this industrial charm of yesteryear as you walk along the wooded banks of the Paseo Costanero or on a visit to the Municipal Museum of the Argentine Automobile. For it was indeed in Campana that the Argentine automobile was born, thanks to the efforts of Manuel Iglesias, an big local personality.
Finally, whether it's wild Argentina or industrial Argentina that attracts you more, don't leave these places without taking the time to savor the national dish: asado. This dish - a ritual for any self-respecting Argentinian - of traditional and delicious mixed grills, cooked horizontally or vertically, are to Argentinian gastronomy what pizzas are to Italy. A culinary monument to honor.