Thermal Passport offers centers in Colón, San José and Villa Elisa – Diario El Telégrafo

Consul Florencia Viyella and representatives of the Tierra de Palmares microregion presented different tourist attractions.

The Tierra de Palmares microregion presented the Thermal Passport, valid until June 30, in which thermal centers of Colón, San José and Villa Elisa participate. At the Consulate of Argentina, Consul Florencia Viyella welcomed the Secretary of Tourism and Culture of Colón, Federico Escher; the Secretary of Tourism and Human Development of San José Anabella Lugo and Matías Rodríguez, from Termas de San José, who gave details of the promotion. The Thermal Passport program “includes the thermal complexes of the Tierra de Palmares microregion, those of Colón, San José and Villa Elisa. There are three complexes that are on the other side of the bridge, within a radius of no more than 30 kilometers. The proposal invites you to visit all three. By accessing any of the three complexes and paying general admission, you will be given a passport, which entitles you to a 50% discount on the second complex visited. You can visit any of the three first, applying the discount on the second you visit.” The promotion “will be valid until June 30 inclusive, including the next long weekends” in force in Argentina. There will also be a 10% discount “on additional services such as restaurant, spa, rental of robes, umbrellas, armchairs and others, in any of the three complexes.” Different tourist events have also been scheduled for the long holiday that ends today, and the one that takes place between Thursday the 20th and Sunday the 23rd. Today in Colón there will be activities for children at the Bicentennial House and in Quirós Park Environment Day will be celebrated throughout the day. There will be typical foods, craft beer and live music every day. In San José today the Tea Mate Festival is taking place, with a fair for entrepreneurs and artisans, gastronomy and live music. Next weekend the Entre Ríos rally will take place in the city, after 14 years of absence. And between July 5 and 7, the thirty-seventh edition of the National Colonization Festival will take place. On Sunday, July 7, in the Plaza General Urquiza, the parade will take place that recreates the history of the colony from its beginnings in 1857 when the first Swiss, French and Italian immigrants arrived.

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