Federación is a small town in the northeast of the province of Entre Ríos, by the reservoir of Salto Grande dam. It lies on the Uruguay river bank.

UnderstandEdit

The original town was founded in 1777 but in 1974 the citizens of Federación underwent a relocation. The new city was formally inaugurated in 1979, because the old city was flooded by the waters of Salto Grande. The local economy is based on citrus crops and timber. They also have many attractive tourist spots.

Get inEdit

By road: you can get in only by bus or car. It is between 5 and 7 hours away from Buenos Aires (478 km).

WeatherEdit

It is defined as “subtropical”. The average temperatures are 19 degrees Cº in spring, 25 degrees Cº in summer, 18 degrees Cº in autumn and 13 degrees Cº in winter. The average annual rainfall of 1200 millimeters sets annual records, with higher rates in autumn and spring. Humidity is relatively high too.

Get aroundEdit

Taxis are very cheap. If you want to walk, Federación is perfect too. It’s very small and cycling is another good option.

SeeEdit

Museums: Museo de los asentamientos, Museo de la imagen. Parks: Parque Nacional pre-delta Riverbank: espigón Stella Maris, the harbor, avenida costanera (this avenue stretches along 8 km and it is a beautiful recreation space)

DoEdit

You can visit Museums: Museo de los asentamientos, Museo de la imagen. espigón Stella Maris, the harbor, avenida costanera (this avenue stretches along 8 km and it is a beautiful recreation space)

BuyEdit

The typical souvenirs are leather goods, cutlery, semi precious stones, mates, etc.

You can also buy regional products (jams, jellies, liquers, sausages, marinades, cheese).

EatEdit

There are a lot of pizzerias where you can eat.

SleepEdit

There are in Federación bungalows, campsites, private houses and apartments.

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