Misión Jesuítica Guaraní de Santa Ana | Tourist Attraction

Argentina

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148.8 masl
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A cultural experience around ruins, history, social and religious society. Museum and walked into a green forest. Daytime ticket that’s you can use for other Misiones. Worth visiting.

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4000$pp now(children also) for the 3 missiones.
1€=1100$
no parking fee.
No guide today cause electricity problem so didn t have to pay the entrance (no computer to register).
Not so interresting without explanations but still a nice place in the wild. We also saw à tucan 😃

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opening hours: 7h - 19h

price: 1000 per person valid for 4 Misiones for 15 days

Very friendly people working there. A guide spoke good English and told us about the history of this place. Also another man who spoke good German and gave us more information. There is a tiny museum, toilets and cold/hot water to drink. The ruins have signs explained in Spanish and English.

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On Mondays and Saturdays is very knowable Ricardo there in person who speaks German.
He will give you lots of answers so you will end up with more questions. That's very good!

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Open 7-19h. $1000pp. We arrived late, so they let us park overnight.
Very friendly guide in English. Worth visit and the guide gave a nice tour in the museum with the history behind the Jesuits..

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It's more excavated than in Loreto, but fewer walls than in Ignacio. There are newer graves in the cemetery - we saw one from 1967. One guide, a man, spoke english and german. The other guide, a woman, spoke english.
We could get in with the ticket we bought in Santa Maria.

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a bit difficult to find because there are no road signs. If you come from Posadas (= west), turn off from RN 12 towards Santa Ana at the YPF station, and IMMEDIATELY turn right, and double back on the earth road parallel to RN 12. There is only one road and it leads directly to the Misión Jesuítica, you can’t miss it. After the curve the road is paved again. The ruins are worth exploring, don’t forget mosquito repellent!

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With all the new road construction, we could not find this place. However, if you ask at the YPF, you will get good instructions. We were just too tired and hot.

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350ars/p for the tickets that gives you access to 4 missions. 3 are around here and one close to Brasil.
it's a cool stop here. the museum is almost empty, what's good is outside

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A cultural experience around ruins, history, social and religious society. Museum and walked into a green forest. Daytime ticket that’s you can use for other Misiones. Worth visiting.

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