InterContinental Nordelta Tigre - Buenos Aires
Start the day wondering around the colorful Fruit and Craft Market. There are plenty of souvenir shops to visit and cafes to enjoy a lovely breakfast by the riverside. Afterwards, the best option for lunch is to take a private boat tour to a traditional restaurant inside the Delta. El Gato Blanco is a charming restaurant, located half an hour of navigation from the center of Tigre city. On the ride you will be able to appreciate the typical landscape and adorable island houses built on stills and get an idea of the unique lifestyle in the Delta
Once you return to the city, take a nice walk along Paseo Victorica, where you will see a beautiful river sidewalk adorned by a boulevard of restaurants, rowing clubs and museums. While you are there, visit Tigre’s Art Museum (MAT), an exquisite building full of history that dazzles with a permanent collection of Argentinean art of the 19th and 20th centuries. If you are with the kids the best option for the afternoon is to go to de la Costa Amusement Park, one of the most important in Latin America, where you can ride a roller coaster or watch a fountain show, amongst its many attractions. Before dinner, get a late snack or drink at the B-76 bar at the hotel. There is no better scenery to enjoy an enchanting nightfall.
Pumper yourself with a magnificent dinner at Il Novo María del Lujan Tigre. It is a tasteful restaurant that serves international specialties, homemade pastas and seafood. You can enjoy your evening on their winter garden or lovely terrace by Lujan river shore. We’ll be pleased to book a table for you at the Concierge Desk. If after this wonderful day you are feeling lucky, take a chance on the Trilenium Casino for some entertainment.
Fruit and craft market
Although it was created as a fruit reception for goods from the Delta, now a days this open-air mall offers a variety of products made of materials such as wood, cane and wicker. The air carries the delicious scent of different dining options and the hubbub of the busy shoppers and boats touring around. Although it has evolved, it hasn’t lost its natural warmth and simplicity.
The first official rowing boat race was on December the 10th in 1873 with the presence of Sarmiento President on Luján River. This event brought the participation of a lot of people from different nationalities that later on set up their own rowing clubs. Now a days rowing is a very representative activity in Tigre.