Rancho Grande Hosteria

Address: Calle Pte Gral J a Roca 377, Villa General Belgrano, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, X5194AAG, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Pte Gral J a Roca 377, Villa General Belgrano, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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        Travel Blogs from Villa General Belgrano

        The whirlwind of mountains, storms and hitchhiking

        A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Nov 11, 2015

        ... A perfect day.We were knackered still the following day, so we took it slow and just explored the town, including walking into the old part called Peadra Blanca. Very deselate but had a nice nature reserve with a river and a huge artesian craft shop. We had lunch at a very cute cafe that was having an outside crafts fair.
        Then it was the big day. We decided to walk up the mountain we drove down. Yes. 2000m. In total, 17k, completed in 5 hours ...

        Disney on Ice

        A travel blog entry by argentina2013 on Jul 08, 2013

        ... that was in the actual show and she gave her two free VIP tickets. It was really nice and we had great seats! We were sitting right in the center about four rows back. The whole show lasted about 2 hours, and it was very entertaining. You are never too old for Disney hahah. They had different sections of the presentation, for example, they had ...


        A travel blog entry by ilona-jade on Oct 06, 2012

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        I know what you're thinking, "am I still in Argentina", right? Well in answer, yes I am. This weekend I went to Villa General Belgrano, a small, German mountain village that’s a two hour bus ride SW of Cordoba city, in the province of Cordoba. Quaint and somewhat stereotypical, the village is named after the creator of the Argentinian flag Manuel Belgrano, but it was founded in 1930 by two ...

        Argentina - Part 1 (Salta & Cordoba)

        A travel blog entry by schulmericas on Oct 01, 2012

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        ... all the beautiful buildings, cathedrals, plazas and presidential palaces. It's always a treat popping into the stunning cathedrals and admiring the ornate architecture and decor from the colonial 1500s. What the Spanish colonialists did was not cool, but they sure had an eye for decent architecture! Tummies grumbling, as they do, we enjoyed a late lunch at one of the millions of terrace restaurants on the main plaza. What followed was a lazy afternoon of ...

        Then The Rains Came

        A travel blog entry by mish_brendan on Jan 10, 2012

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        ... and we would be delayed on our proposed schedule by 5 days by this! Once again the Lonley Planet has failed to tell us about this! This began a day of toing and froing from bus station and internet trying to find alternatives. In amongst this chaos we did manage to see a little bit of Cordoba which seems to be a very pretty town. We tried to arrange a paragliding trip for tomorrow but it was added to the list of things ...