Paseo Comercial Villa La Ñata, Tigre
(3.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Find something for everyone along the riverfront community boardwalk of Paseo Comercial Villa La Ñata. Propped up on stilts and adorned with lights are many outdoor food outlets to choose from, each with a deck overlooking the river. Choices include a casual grill, pizza, homemade cakes, burgers or shakes. You can catch a chartered boat excursion from the dock, or rent a kayak and explore the river at your own pace. Browse little souvenir kiosks, and keep an eye out for the many waterfowl that call the marshy riverfront area home. Paseo Comercial Villa La Ñata is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Tigre Edition.
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  • Eat rich the cream Grill, as you prefer sun or at night on the deck or inside, next to the River, calmly. If you want you you are looking at the River, or you can do kayak or ride a bike or simply walking. Weekend don't miss the craft fair
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  • Very nice grills overlooking the river. Affordable prices and a great atmosphere. Is you can spend the afternoon in the nearby green spaces. It is also very good program for cycling, eat and stroll.
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  • It is a nice place for lunch or take a walk along the river. In general attends the local people fishing. It has restaurants of different categories of prices to eat facing the river. It is quiet and ends the week there are some crafts jobs but is still underdeveloped when compared with fruits port.
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  • It is very nice for a Sunday stroll
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  • Quiet, comfortable, expensive
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  • He eats well and quiet super place
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  • It is a nice place, coastal, to know.
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  • The toll is expensive
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