Oratorio de la Difunta Correa, San Juan

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Visit Oratorio de la Difunta Correa to gain insight into a traditional Argentine custom. The oratory is dedicated to a popular yet unofficial female saint popularly known as the "Deceased Deolinda Correa." Stop by to see the saint's sculpture and observe locals coming to pray and bring offerings. Arrange your visit to Oratorio de la Difunta Correa and discover more family-friendly attractions in San Juan using our San Juan trip itinerary builder.
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Where to stay in San Juan

Within Av. Circunvalacion sits the main bulk of San Juan's places to stay. Plush, modern high-rises tower over the central neighborhood, while older, more traditional hotels line the edges of the main urban parks and plazas. Budget-friendly options come in the form of unassuming, converted residential blocks and rental apartments. If you head outside of the ring road, you'll have a choice between relaxing lodgings on the estates of local wineries, and a good selection of back-to-basics campgrounds.
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  • It is hard to explain if you should or not visit, but I'll try. It depends on who you are, to find this place interesting. I did like it for my own reasons, but if I was just a tourist with not much t...  more »
  • It´s truly awkward place. If you want to explore genuine local customes, it´s a good experience. If you do not believe in town mysteries, avoid this trip.  more »
  • actually visited this place in july 2011. after seeing so many difunta correa shrines on the side of argentine highways, i think i was expecting to be blown away by the place. the shrine was interesti...  more »