El Calafate is near the Andes Mountains and has a rich history in relation to the evolution of Patagonia and today is considered the most important tourist town of the province, with an estimated 20,000 inhabitants stable population. Today we want to share with you some practical tips to travel to El Calafate.
Its imposing dome, art nouveau and art deco lamps and the glazed vanities, cedar and mahogany marquetry floors of boards, among other details, remain steadfast in Esplendor Savoy Rosario Hotel, opened in 1910, and invite you to discover through them a different Rosario. The hotel has been refurbished but retains great part of its history intact.
In this post we share you useful information about the Patagonian cuisine in El Calafate: what to eat, specialties and where to eat in the region.
La Estancia Fangio is the ideal venue for those who want a quiet setting to enjoy and connect with nature.
Estancia Fangio by Esplendor Hoteles invites you to experience absolute relaxation in a beautiful environment, surrounded by the tranquility of the countryside and the nature of the hills.
When you visit La Estancia Fangio, you’ll get to know the legacy behind its name. It’s an invitation to relax and unwind, knowing that you’ll go back to your life with a renewed body and mind.