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Goya






Goya is a favorite tourist spot in Argentina with abundance of green vegetation, lagoons and estuaries. The Paraná river flows through the right of Goya city. Goya lies only 222 kilometers from the capital city of the province of Corrientes.
The climate of Goya is quite comfortable with temperatures rising to a maximum of 31º Celsius in summer. The recorded temperatures of the winter in Goya varies generally from 9º Celsius to 20º Celsius. The winter in Goya is gifted with a rich harvest for tobacco plantation. The tobacco lovers never miss to taste the freshness of tobacco from the horse's mouth.

To reach Goya is a simple matter to tourists with the availability of Nº12 that makes way from Corrientes. The interlink of Nº12 through Nº14 makes it convenient for tourists willing to get in Goya via the capital city of Argentina, Buenos Aires.

Once you visit Goya , you will be tempted to take a look at the tobacco and rice mills in Goya . The sport fishing of dorado, surubí, patí and pacú is always practiced by the tourists to Goya . Anyone with an inherent interest in fauna will find Goya an attractive visiting spot. The fauna easily available in Goya are deers, alligators, foxes. The tourists find it an interesting drive to the palm groves in the surrounding locations of Goya .

The notable sites in Goya a visitor should never miss are:
  • Church of the Rosary
  • Church of the Rotunda
  • Floating Pier
  • House of the Culture
  • Indian Cemetery


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Last Updated on: May 13, 2017