Paseo Comercial Villa La Ñata, Tigre

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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. A visit to Paseo Comercial Villa La Ñata represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Tigre trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Nice place to go for a beer at sunset. Nothing spectacular. Just rustique and by the river. Unfortunately, the municipality has not taken care of loose dogs that by the dozens wander on the streets (a...  more »
  • It is somewhere scenic and rugged, with a variety of restaurants, bars, craft beer, boat rides, for noon, both the afternoon and evening. As originality they offer boat rides at night
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  • Very nice place, can eat or drink something at the edge of the channel Villanueva, the proposed gastronomy is varied and reasonable prices.
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  • Great spot for dinning or just a casual drink. Next to the river.
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  • Cute place with river and little trees. It lacks basic services. There is only one public bathroom and business do not give them up. During the morning it should be on the side of the square by the shadow, and input the afternoon there to cross next to the fair. On weekends the restaurants fill up and have problems with reserves. Benches can be purchased for a day at good price and some other furniture guy. You get handmade products such as jams and tidbits for the matte. Pantries sell at good prices and are not abused. Cute to go with guys. We must improve the frequency of the collective.
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  • Pretty basic place. Good view of the intersection of channels. Some fast food places and 1 only somewhat more sophisticated restaurant. Nothing else.
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  • It is a quiet place. There are many bars around the dam. A not very large fair. And the good thing is that there are fewer people than in Tiger. I liked.
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Where to stay in Tigre

Tigre and its delta surroundings are chock-full of choices for accommodations thanks to their popularity with visitors both foreign and domestic. The city center around the Tigre River features a number of smaller-scale apartments and family-run bed and breakfasts, while the areas closer to the delta itself are more beach-oriented. If you're looking to enjoy the area's famously lush nature, check out a "cabana"--these rustic cabins are omnipresent in the forests and marshes around town, and allow you to wake up with the canals and trees of the delta right at your doorstep. Since many of these countryside accommodations are only accessible by boat, they usually provide most meals. Keep in mind that more rustic charm in this case can also mean hordes of mosquitos at night.
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