Discovering the charming City of Rivers on board a catamaran provides a different perspective to become acquainted with the flora, fauna and its enthralling history.
Taking care of nature goes hand in hand with the proper use of its attractions. Borde Río Natural Reserve is one example of this.
The traditional Museum of Niebla has been refurbished to shelter history in a pleasant and educational way to be comprehended by the wide array of visitors to this venue.
An old steam locomotive and its cars ensure an unusual journey around beautiful views and towns that unveil their daily customs.
The mere mention of ‘the ale house’ is synonymous of the most popular brewery which has won over the most expert beer palates.
As we visited the house museum, a fascinating world unveiled in front of us and helped us understand everything that happened years ago in the multi-ethnic regional and national society.
Landing on the water with a parachute is not a usual thing to see but it appears to be much more fun than the traditional way. Not only do followers of this sport practice it but they also witness it.
In the City of Rivers, urban and river rides are in perfect harmony and create an atmosphere teeming with nature, architecture and history.
Every year, when the celebrations for the anniversary of the founding of the city are over, comes the longest awaited moment: the river parades and the fireworks.