Avenida Libertador, El Calafate

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One of the city's main arteries, Avenida Libertador was built in 1885 to ease the rapidly growing center's congestion problems. The 7 km (4.5 mi) avenue connects the central Retiro station to Tigre in the north, via the desirable neighborhood of Palermo. Walk down the avenue at your own leisure, stopping along the way at one of many cafes and restaurants for refreshments. You can also find plenty of shops and travel agents along the street. For Avenida Libertador and beyond, use our El Calafate trip planner to get the most from your El Calafate vacation.
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  • Beautiful small city in the middle of the Argentine Patagonia, full of good restaurants, wide avenues, outdoor activities, parks, gentle people, views to the Andes mountain range, lakes and wide open....  more »
  • The nice thing about El Calafate is that it's not huge, it's easy to figure out if you are a tourist and pretty much everything you need is on Avenida Libertador. Both grocery stores are here - one...  more »
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