Parque Astronomico la Punta, La Punta

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  • We were in the part of the Planetarium, where projected on the ceiling images the sky in San Luis, the explanation of the guide was very good and it was very interesting to us, but having to look at the ceiling from common chairs not resting is a little uncomfortable. In the park there are also some interactive games that allow you to learn more about some physical phenomena. It was raining so we did not see what's on the outside. If they are at the end, it is interesting to visit it. The visit is free.
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  • Arriving at La Punta one meets the astronomic Park, one of the attractions of the city. It is worth entering (is free) and go to meet ancient instruments and share a kind of astronomy in the Hall case-enabled (has air conditioning which is a blessing if you go a day with 40º of temperature as in my case)
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  • the Planetarium is to heaven open, ideal for everyone, enjoy it and learn from this different way of contemplating the sky.
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  • Nice little astronomic park mostly for children. Free of charge.
  • Very good
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  • Very good place. The guides are ten. Very good attention. Missing a buffet
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  • Very interesting and attention is excellent, pity the simulator of Planetarium which has a very poor visual quality.
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  • "The sky is the same, but in St. Louis looks better." I went to the astronomical night and I loved it. It is ideal for families and learn things from the universe. Excellent service, as well as the facilities of the place. They keep cleaning, have the appropriate equipment as well as a great room with a simulator of the sky of San Luis. Always managers explain everything so one goes home learning more of the wonderful universe. There is also a buffet which serves classics like burgers, pizza, pies, etc. I must emphasize that the food is delicious and all homemade, handmade, artisan. It is also very varied, full and their prices are very affordable. The venue is perfect for the activity since it is away from the city, the tranquility of there is unmatched. As Council recommend that they placed repellent insect, especially in summer. The cost of entry is minimal, and make guided visits to educational institutions or schools. There is a group that takes you up there (passing by the place), which can be taken in the capital city of San Luis, or in the city of La Punta.
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