Germany in Argentina.....!

Trip Start Nov 09, 2011
Trip End Ongoing

Loading Map
Map your own trip!
Map Options
Show trip route
Hide lines

Flag of Argentina  ,
Tuesday, December 13, 2011

We packed all our stuff and left our little cabana in Capilla, home for a week to check out the area below Cordoba. We did not like capilla as much as we had hoped but 100 miles south of Cordoba is a little town that sounded great...

Villa General Belgrano was founded in 1930, by two German speculators
attracted by its agricultural potential. The Alpine quality of the village attracted immigrants from Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Austria.The village, characterized by its typically Bavarian style architecture,
survives on a steady flow of tourists with an appetite for German
delicacies like apple strudel, leberwurst and beer . Oktoberfest here is hailed as the third-most important Oktoberfest site after Munich and Blumenau in Brazil.

Arriving after lunch we looked for accomodation and ended up in a cabana just outside the town....  it is amazing really looked like a something out of Bavaria ....all the properties in the main street are wooden and look like little swiss cottages, there are all sorts of german gift shops and plenty of tourists..a very interesting friendly place..we loved it..

Slideshow Report as Spam
  • Your comment has been posted. Click here or reload this page to see it below.

  • You must enter a comment
  • You must enter your name
  • You must enter a valid name (" & < > \ / are not accepted).
  • Please enter your email address to receive notification
  • Please enter a valid email address

Use this image in your site

Copy and paste this html: