Aerosillas De Tandil, Tandil

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Hop on Aerosillas De Tandil for panoramic views over the picturesque mountain vista of the Cerro el Centinela area of Buenos Aires. Along the 630 m (2,066 ft) journey you'll see granite hills, a pine forest, and the occasional hare or fox below. A total of 48 chairlift seats operate on the line, all equipped with safety bars and assisted by qualified personnel at the beginning and end of your trip. Once at the top, grab a sandwich and drink as you enjoy the view from the lookout point. Use our Tandil vacation builder to visit Aerosillas De Tandil on your trip to Tandil, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • August 8, 2017
    This is one activity to do, the chairlift is very simple route to enjoy a beautiful view of the sierra de Tandil complemented by circuits of walks that can be made in the top of the Hill. It is not mandatory to make the chairlift you can enjoy the installation to your liking walks and visit the stone Sentinel which is located in its premises.
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  • August 1, 2017
    We went to the cerro Centinela because several people from Tandil told us to go. The lifts are in that complex. The truth is that the view from the chairlift are beautiful, to us we had a pretty cute day for luck, so we could enjoy it. The price was $120 each, which no me parecio caro. Upstairs there is a tearoom, which has nothing in particular, there is a path to walk, that is very nice, looks all of tandil, the landscape of mountains, forests and nature. If they will make the trail bring comfortable shoes, there are many rocks and but going to cost to do so. The trail is not long, so if you are not accustomed to walking as you could do without much effort. The truth is recommended
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  • June 2, 2017
    Well, step to comment: cost of access or "journey" chairlift: $110 (June 2017). Although it is a short section, you have a good height and allows you to enjoy a nice view of the environment. Lifting system looks in good condition and the people attending both ascent and descent biased and very pleasant. Is not possible to upload if it isn't by the chairlift, by which people with vertigo or inability to get to the chairlift is lost the ride (eg. Families with very young children) that consider it a flaw. In my case I am only in the city, but to punish in made in family, I think that my daughters of 3 to 5 years would not be the public appropriate, so we lose the attractions of the Summit. Once up, the promenade to see the "emerging" is short and cute as ride, anyone can do it with patience; don't expect to get anything at the end because there is nothing (only a vertiene of water pumped out through a line of 1/2 ". The bar/restaurant that is at the top is a horror. Pauley attention and readiness of the people attending. Today seems to be that "lacking the Cook" and why they could not do more than warm a sandwich and coffee, or you offer packaged products (alfajores, sweet tartines, etc). A coffee in a styrofoam Cup and a simple toasted (a sandwich of bread figazza) $140.-me seemed a little exaggerated for what was every thing and little variety. For cutting cold cuts or heating a Milanese too staff don't have to! You may strive a little more. The walk called "Celtic horoscope" is nice, there is no too to discover but if you enjoy. A well forested slope with trees premature. In 15 years is going to be another thing and you will have more attraction that offers today. Once descended the chairlift ride we find with the grounds of the cerro centinela, consisting of 4 or 5 food spectrum, some more than others (where you can snack sitting inside the premises), and 3 or 4 crafts. In addition, many games for children to walk to the peuqes suavizarian. To the opposite side of the chairlift is the stone that gives rise to the name of the Hill, and various walks. One of them is the sculptures of wood, short and pleasant; and after a break by a nature reserve that emulates the climb any Hill in bariloche for its terrain and vegetation. Nice and easy travel, recommended to give an "adventure" to children. In conclusion, it is a nice place to spend half a day or maybe a little more, and between ascents, meals and some pavadita a family spend is around $1000 (3-4 pax). Constructive criticism: the bar of the Summit to offer alternatives to enjoy the time above, both as cultural gastronomic (eg: a wall dedicated to leave messages for visitors, either sheets with images of the development of the complex from uss origentes). I hope that you find it useful. Best regards!!
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