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Estancia Rosario de Areco

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El Rosario de Areco Ranch

Location: San Antonio de Areco - Provincia de Buenos Aires

Distance from Buenos Aires: 110 Km. En automóvil: 1,30 hs.

Lodging: Four large apartments for two or three people each, both with bathroom. Six DWB.

Activities: Cavalcades, sulky trips, bicycle rides, swimming pool, board games, library. Optional: golf and tennis.

Rides along the main building (casco) and the stud for those interested in polo: school and practices. It counts with three large assembly halls and capacity for 300 people for either business or tourism meetings or other events. There also is another available office for more private reunions provided. El Rosario de Areco is a colonial style ranch. The main house dates from 1892. It has a 14 has. park where a great diversity of trees can be appreciated as for example the centenary Ubajaí, brought from Entre Ríos by the ancestors of the present owners. The studs as well as the magnificent quarters recycled and heated for the reception of tourism stand out. El Rosario de Areco is a 148 has. ranch devoted to agriculture activities and the raising of horses for Polo.

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