Torre Tanque, Mar del Plata

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
See a panoramic view of Mar del Plata from above at Torre Tanque. Constructed out of stone, the tower was once the tallest building on the island. Ride a water-powered elevator to a viewing platform at the top, where you can snap postcard-perfect photos of the surrounding landscape. Tours (offered in Spanish) involve a guided exploration of the tower and an explanation of how the water tower works, including the elevator. Add Torre Tanque to your Mar del Plata travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Mar del Plata tour planner.
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  • A charming place full of history and the most surprising are the views of the city of Mar del Plata, which can be seen from the top of the Tower, a wonder!
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  • I went one night had a show in the courtyard which was free in full season, leave you climb the Tower showing part city
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  • Whether you want to see Mar del Plata a privileged view, as if you want to see the Tower from the outside is recommended. Located in a nice place.
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  • Hermosa experiencia, recomendable 100%
  • The beautiful view of the city Mar del Plata which is seen from the top of the tank. The girls that make the Guide re copadas. It is short, to have a little more information about the topic.
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  • Excellent place. Visit yesterday 25/03/16. The elevator viejisimo but still works. The stairs do not recommend upload them for people with fear of heights and claustrofobicos. From here you can see all Mar del Plata and the bottom part of the sierras
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  • nice ride, very interesting and free access to the tower with elevator or staircase where you can see a wonderful view of mar del plata. very nice guidelines
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