El Ombú de Areco, a historical estancia just an hour’s drive from downtown Buenos Aires, is located in San Antonio de Areco, birthplace of the gaucho tradition. The Late-Colonial style mansion, built in 1880 by Lieutenant-general Pablo Riccheri, offers visitors a magnificient setting for an unforgettable stay

Price per Person Twin Rooms Single Rooms

Land Only

Includes breakfast, lunch & dinner

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 Location:

San Antonio de Areco, 110 km North from downtown Buenos Aires.

 Accomodation Facilities:

6 rooms with private bathroom.

 Production:

Principally cattle breeding, agriculture.

 Activities in the Estancia:

Swimming, horseback rides, old carriages rides, football, farm work watching.

 Activities in the Surrounding Area:

golf and tennis courts in San Antonio de Areco Club. Visit to San Antonio de Areco and Ricardo Güiraldes Museum.

 Meals:
International dishes and local specialties.