Parque de la Costa, Tigre

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Spoil the kids with some family fun at Parque de la Costa. Opened in 1997, the amusement park has quickly become a must-visit family attraction in the north of Buenos Aires. Scale one of the park's rock-climbing walls, take aim with a game of laser tag, or chase your thrills on a roller-coaster. Expect large crowds and long lines on weekends. You can buy a ticket package in advance online, allowing you to save money and choose which rides to take. Use our Tigre trip itinerary maker to visit Parque de la Costa on your trip to Tigre, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • I was on a very hot day and during school holidays, so the Park was packed and with lines for toys. The passport was about 600 pesos per person, and I don't think it's worth it. The queues were huge and we had no patience to wait for the major roller coasters. Actually I think the trip to Tiger was the only mistake of the trip. The city has many attractions, not only for those who likes or wants to go boating.
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  • Good promo 2 x 1. Good water parks for children and adults. Vast pool of artificial waves. Bad speed on boxes without online sales. Poor culinary care. Only little food.
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  • It's an amusement park full of emotions! I recommend go as soon as it opens and stay until closing to enjoy to the fullest!
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  • Parque De La Costa (Coast Park) is an amusement park. It is located in Tigre of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is an ideal place for passing your vacation or leave times. Here, you can get varieties rides, river cruise, river beach etc. which will provide you a great variety of pleasure. I visited this place in November 2010.
  • Disappointed. It’s a waste of money. Staff were rude. They don’t speak English and they were unhelpful. Too many long time waiting lines. Some outdated attractions. It deserves negative rating
  • Nice place to go. Not enough time to visit all the attractions
  • Its really the ONLY amusement type park near Buenos Aires, it is very expensive, there are long lines, not enough food stands (btw the food is also overpriced), there are very few games and rides, although they seem well maintained. I think the place has potential, its just that it doesnt seem to be invested in.
  • Good place to expend time with family , but the place is dated , rides you need to wait too long for , not worth the money, i did enjoy

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Tigre and its delta surroundings are chock-full of choices for accommodations thanks to their popularity with visitors both foreign and domestic. The city center around the Tigre River features a number of smaller-scale apartments and family-run bed and breakfasts, while the areas closer to the delta itself are more beach-oriented. If you're looking to enjoy the area's famously lush nature, check out a "cabana"--these rustic cabins are omnipresent in the forests and marshes around town, and allow you to wake up with the canals and trees of the delta right at your doorstep. Since many of these countryside accommodations are only accessible by boat, they usually provide most meals. Keep in mind that more rustic charm in this case can also mean hordes of mosquitos at night.
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