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Santa Fe is the capital of Santa Fe Province in Argentina. It can be found in northeastern Argentina, where the Salado and Parana Rivers meet. With a population of over 391,000, it is one of the most populated cities in the country. The city was founded in 1573 by Captain Juan de Garay, nearby in Cayasta, where there is now a historical park. It was moved to its present location in 1653 because of the constant flooding in Cayasta.
Santa Fe has a humid subtropical climate with an average high of 77 degrees and an average low of 57, making outdoor activities very popular. The city is known for its diverse and beautiful beaches along the Rio Laguna Setubal, including Muscle Beach with its workout and training equipment and the popular Laguna Parador Beach. For a more peaceful beach visit, go to Playa Los Alisos in the Sanchinarro area just east of Muscle Beach.
For a closer look at nature, check out the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve on Dr. Achaval Rodriguez Avenue. They have over 860 acres of natural space for hiking, biking, and learning more about the flora and fauna of the area. Or go and feed the ducks or take a boat ride at Juan de Garay Park on Salvador Caputto.
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Whether you are in town for business or pleasure, the city of Santa Fe is a fun place to visit. Without the large crowds of Buenos Aires, Santa Fe is more of a casual and laid-back atmosphere. See the sights, visit the shops, and learn about the culture without the hordes of people. Make sure you drop off your luggage with one of our Bounce affiliates on your way. Space can fill up, making it wise to book ahead using the handy Bounce app.
From archaeological sites to the local zoo, you can have fun while learning about the nature that makes up Santa Fe and Argentina. The culture of Santa Fe is laid out for you at many museums and memorial sites all over the city. Here are a few of our favorites.
Santa Fe Archaeological Park: Just off of Highway 1, this park is the site of a primitive city from the 1500s that was abandoned for centuries. According to the findings, the city was shared by Africans, aboriginals, mestizos, and Spaniards. Found in the 18th century, the park was examined and excavations began, opening to the public in 1949. See pottery, decorative items, bricks, containers, tools, and even a ceramic potty dated back to 1573.
Granja la Esmeralda Zoo: Check out the wildlife at the Granja la Esmeralda Zoo on Aristóbulo del Valle Avenue. You can see cougars, monkeys, warthogs, parrots, and more. The zoo not only cares for animals and educates visitors, but it also saves wildlife from trafficking and other dangerous situations. Get a guided tour or just explore on your own.
Astronomical Observatory and Space Museum CODE: This fantastic museum is located along the coastline on Almte Brown Avenue. With their electronic Meade LX 200 telescope, you can spot many stars and galaxies on clear days. There are two domes, with several telescopes to look at the skies from their perfect spot on the coast of Setubal Lagoon.
Shopping in Santa Fe is easy and fun, no matter where you go. From the malls to the small street vendors, there are a variety of places to choose from. Just leave your luggage with one of our Bounce partners first so you can carry all your purchases.
Malls: The La Ribera Shopping Center is right on the Parana River. Not only do they have a bunch of stores, but they also have a casino and movie theater next door. Estación Recoleta is another large mall with 30,000 square feet of shopping, a theater, and food court. Patio Casey Shopping Center in southern Santa Fe has everything the other two malls have, but they also have live music on the weekends.
Markets: You’ll find markets all over the place in Santa Fe, like the Plaza Market on de Enero by the Plaza los Constituyentes. The Nostalgia Market on Juan Castelli has a plethora of antiques and collectibles. And if you want fresh food and produce, head to the Frutas Verduras Hugo on Gral Paz Avenue.
Souvenirs: For souvenirs and gifts, go to Fanny Fiesta or Myrrah by C&N, both on San Martin. Another great souvenir spot is Ideas y Manos Souvenirs on Pje. Alfonso by Juan de Garay Park. You can also visit Mi Santa Fe on Jujuy and de Enero, where they have some excellent deals.
Some of the favorites in Santa Fe include Asado, which is barbecue, empanadas (stuffed dough pockets), and choripan (chorizo sandwiches). And they put chimichurri on everything, which is a green salsa or pesto. Try some of the local delights while you are there.
Local Cuisine: Ovido is an Argentinean steakhouse on Balcarce with awesome Asado (BBQ). From beef to seafood, they will BBQ anything you want. If you crave tasty empanadas, go to Espana Restaurant on Calle Gral San Martin. They also have excellent Asado and seafood. Try La Rurual on Pellegrini for the best chorizo, burgers, and ribs, and you can even try the frog.
Fast Food: If you want food on the go, check out Yucca, on Calle Bat de Ituzaingo, where they have burgers, sandwiches, and other yummy food. Ruca on Dr. Lisandro de la Torre Boulevard has pizza, wings, beer, and live music. And the Café Buen Dia on Pellegrini Avenue is a fantastic spot for a quick bite in a casual atmosphere.
Dessert: For the best ice cream, Bocha Helado Artesanal on Paraguay has a bunch of different flavors of creamy delights. Carmiel on Dr. Jose Manuel Galvez Boulevard features sweet choices from waffles to pie from morning until night. If you cannot decide what you want, go to Dai Sladky on Santiago Del Estero, where you can get a variety of choices like cake, ice cream, and fruit.
How much does luggage storage cost in Santa Fe?
The price for luggage storage in Santa Fe is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Is it safe to store your bags in Santa Fe?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Santa Fe.
Are there storage lockers in Santa Fe?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Santa Fe. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Santa Fe where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
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