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Travel Agency TOURISM MAR DULCE provides ticketing services to all tourist destinations in Argentina .

History of the name of the travel agency " Mar Dulce" When you start the process in Ministry of Tourism in 2000 , now Ministry for the opening of the Travel Agency thought it had to have a name with history and could match any fact relevant to identify in our city .

This is why we think first in our country, its name , this word ' Argentina ' It comes from the Latin argentum ( silver). Right from the times of Pedro de Mendoza to refer to the region of the Rio de la Plata.
The Portuguese called it Rio da Prata because of rumors that postulated the existence of precious metals and eventually won
like Rio de la Plata.
The Latinization of ARGENTINA name appeared in 1602 , when Martín del Barco Centenera , the title poem La Argentina .
Why we turn out like this important identification Rio received as the first name " Mar Dulce" by his greatness and taste of the water . ]
The first part of this story begins in February 1516, when Juan Diaz de Solis , thought he had found the narrow searched and discovered the river also Dulcellamado Mar and Santa María Solís river , but what he found was the Riode Plate.

We found a beautiful name as the name of the travel agency would carry a name with history .


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San Martín de los Andes

San Martin de los Andes is a city in the southwest of the province of Neuquén, located in the Cordillera de los Andes, Argentina, on the east coast of Lake Lácar, and is a very important tourist town of the province.

In 1898, General Rudecindo Roca, the maximum leader of the Force, decided to reoccupy the Maipú fort (which was unoccupied) and found a village on the shores of Lake Lácar, in order to establish sovereignty over the region. Thus, on February 4, 1898, Colonel Celestino Pérez, in accordance with his orders, founded San Martin de los Andes, the last Patagonian city framed in the desert campaign.

San Martin de los Andes is the head of the department Lácar, is located at 640 meters and 1575 km from Buenos Aires.

It is one of the most important tourist points of the province of Neuquén and of the Patagonian region. It is accessed by the National Route 401 and has an airport 22 km from the center.


  1. In the summer adventure sports are the most widespread, you can practice kayaking, climbing, trekking, mountain biking, horseback riding, rafting, canoeing, paragliding, canopy and rappel among others.
  2. It is soothes of the Intendance of the National Park Lanín.
  3. Mountain sports and lake walks.
  4. Fly fishing.
  5. Hunt for red deer and wild boar.
  6. In winter you can do Ski or Snowboard among others.



Semana Santa 2017 - Ideal for traveling!

In April Easter arrives, have you thought where you are going to travel?

An excellent option is to travel to Ushuaia in southern Argentina!

«The southernmost city in the world»

Ushuaia from the eyes of a seagull


Ushuaia is a city of Argentina in the Ushuaia department and capital of the province of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and Islands of the South Atlantic. It was founded on October 12, 1884 by Augusto Lasserre and is located on the shores of the Beagle Channel surrounded by the Martial Mountain Range, in Ushuaia Bay. Besides being an administrative center, it is an industrial, port and tourist hub.

It is the only Argentine city on the western side of the Andes. It is also, according to the classification of the seas of the International Hydrographic Organization, the only Argentine city (and port) with coasts and waters belonging to the Pacific, although this is not openly acknowledged by the Argentine State, which formally considers the canal Beagle a bioceanic step, otherwise would contradict boundary treaties signed with Chile, which prevent it.

Ushuaia is known worldwide as "the southernmost city in the world". Being a tourist city, many people speak a language other than Spanish, standing out English, German and Portuguese, among others.

Ushuaia is at a distance (in a straight line) of 120 km from Río Grande in the province of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and the South Atlantic Islands, 251 km from Punta Arenas in the Region of Magallanes and the Chilean Antarctic, Chile, 359 Km of Río Gallegos, province of Santa Cruz, Argentina, 996 km from Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina, 1150 km from Base Esperanza, Antarctica Argentina, 1523 km from Puerto Montt, Chile, 1765 km from Neuquen, 2382 km from Santiago de Chile and 4118 km from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Where is?

It is located at the coordinates: 54 ° 48'30 "S 68 ° 18'30" W, at 6 meters above sea level, and is located on the Bay of Ushuaia, surrounded by the Andes and Fueguinos. From the position of the rest of Argentina, it is the only city in the country that is accessed by crossing part of the Andes mountain range that runs along the southern edge of the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego. To access Ushuaia, two major foothills of the Andes Fueguinos must be raffled through National Route 3: the Alvear mountain range through the Garibaldi mountain pass, and the Sorondo-Montes Bridges mountain range through the Olivia river valley. For this reason, in Argentina it is considered the only trans-Andean city, although access to it does not have to cross the entire Andean chain.


In the city you will find the Devil's Lagoon, small and surrounded by forest, where ice skating is practiced during the winter season.
Outside the city there are a number of lakes and lagoons, all of glacier origin. The most important lake of Tierra del Fuego is Lake Fagnano. It is 30 km in a straight line north of Ushuaia, but to appreciate it is necessary to travel from Ushuaia about 90 km along the National Route N ° 3.

Ushuaia, with almost 57,000 inhabitants, is often called the "southernmost city in the world". Located further north than Rio Grande, is the Chilean city of Punta Arenas, with 116 005 inhabitants, has also had that name. It also associates with that slogan to the Chilean town of Puerto Williams, located somewhat further south than the first. However, the city's condition remains controversial, since for the 2002 census it had 1952 inhabitants, and, like almost all the international definitions of the term, is considered by Chile a town, since it does not own the 5000 Inhabitants who would officially categorize it as a city.


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