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Azul Hotel & Spa is located in Oberá in the Misiones Region, 28 mi from Loreto. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Nice hotel! Staff is great, rooms big, nice and cheap lavanderia sevice. Breakfast also pretty okay. Swimming pool not too big, but also useful. Comfortable private parking.
Featuring a strategic location in direct contact with nature, Cabañas Doralia offers self-catering accommodations in Oberá. The property has free WiFi access and an outdoor swimming pool. It is beautiful and very clean. Our hosts are kind and friendly. 100% recommend!
Offering homemade food and farm activities, Bungalow de la Granja La Lechuza offers accoomodation in Oberá. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and the surrounding native woodland. Pasamos unos hermosos días en La Lechuza. Javiera y Reto son excelentes personas, destaco su coherencia en su forma de vida y las propuestas para los viajeros.
We visited Obera to see my daughter who is living there this year. I found it to be a charming city. The people are kind. It is beautiful with many plazas throughout the city, each dedicated to a different country. The main square has a giant fountain with sprinklers that people run through and kids play in. We loved the Nations Park, It's a must see. There are many things to see within a 2 hour drive of the city. It's a great 'home base'. Note: if you're driving, be sure your manual transmission skills are up to par - there are a lot of steep hills. Some of the roads are paved, some are stone and others are dirt. At night, main roads are well lit but side roads can be quite dark. Also, the way people drive is quite different. It's like driving in a busy metropolitan area with no lines on the roads and speed bumps used for stop signs and speed control. It can take a day or two to get used to.
Obera is a beautiful city filled with friendly people. Walks around the city and a visit to the Nations Park are both musts. It easy to get from Obera to other places such as the San Ignacio missionary ruins.There are a LOT of hills. All cars in Argentina are stick shift, so if you plan on renting a car, be aware.