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Túnel Subfluvial Uranga-silvestre Begnis - Other Activity Paraná - Argentina

Travelers wending between Paraná city and Santa Fe are suddenly plunged into the depths of the Túnel Subfluvial Uranga-Silvestre Begnis, beneath the Río Paraná. For almost 3 kilometers (1.9 mi) there is no sound except the steady turn of wheels as buses, trucks and cars go from one bank to the other. Curious travelers may drop by the Túnel Subfluvial for an hour-long tour that begins with a video about the tunnel's history and specifications. Then visitors are taken to the control room to see how it all runs so smoothly.

Location:

Gobernador Uranga and the Río Uruguay


Paraná, Argentina

Other Activity

Getting There

From Plaza 1º de Mayo, catch city bus Línea 1 "Thompson" or "Hospital" ($0.65) and get off at the Hotel Posta del Sol. Then walk two blocks further west on the road.

Travel Tips:

Before the tunnel opened in 1969, the only way Entre Ríos Province was connected with the rest of the country was by balsas (ferries).

Price Description:

Free.

Relative price: Free

Open Hours from:Daily 9 a.m.

Open Hours to:Daily 5:30 p.m.

Days Closed:January 1, May 1

Travel Skills: beginner/easy.

You Need to Bring:

Visit the Museo Histórico Provincial, Museo Provincial de Ciencias Naturales y Antropológicas and other museums. Take a cruise on the Río Uruguay, or match the catamarán to Santa Fe. Canoe amidst the river’s islands. Go hiking on Islote Curupí. Head down to Oro Verde or Pare Nacional Pre Delta.

Currencies accepted
Argentine Peso

Contact Information:
Phone: 420-0424
URL: www.tunelsubfluvial.gov.ar










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