Neuquen Vacation Packages
Neuquen in Comahue is home to roughly 240,000 people.
Neuquen is located approximately 410 miles (660 kilometers) south of Santiago and 610 miles (982 kilometers) southwest of Buenos Aires, the national capital.
General Roca Square and Bo Don Bosco Square are great spots to sit back and soak up the unique rhythms of Neuquen. Explore the squares and admire the surrounding architecture or sit down on a nearby terrace to enjoy the scenery.
If you’re looking for a green urban park head to North Park or the popular Rosauer Park. Capture nature, admire the flora and fauna or simply take a seat on a bench at these popular parks in Neuquen.
For those interested in Neuquen’s natural history, set aside a morning to explore the Patagonian Museum of Natural Sciences. It’s a major source of knowledge for this region, so make the most of the opportunity to examine the preserved rocks, fossils and other natural specimens that open a window into the past.
The Maria Auxiliadora de Almagro Cathedral is a long-standing religious building that has stood the test of time. Photograph the symbolic features of this captivating building, learn about its past and realize why it is so popular with tourists.
In this artistic city you’ll find a handful of remarkable museums, such as the National Museum of Fine Arts, where you can browse local collections. For those who love galleries and art museums, this is a great place to relax and learn more about art history.
One of the most popular courses for a game of golf in this region is Comahue Golf Club. Work on your backswing, attack the bunkers, then meet fellow golfers in the clubhouse bar.
If you are looking for somewhere to relax, spot some local birdlife or enjoy the gentle lapping of water the local lake called Pellegrini Lake is a great place to visit. Even if the sun isn’t shining, this delightful location is a great place to relax and enjoy the local birdsong.
Whether you’re staying in the Neuquen region business or pleasure, you’ll get more from your stay with visits to the Manzana Monument and the San Martin Neuquen Monument.