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Everything was good all along the visit except for the fact that when we decided to relax over lunch, the woman in charge of the waiters and waitresses kept on shouting at them in front of the clients. Very disgusting experience when you are looking...More
Probably the most impressive house in San isidro, definitely worth an hour of your time. The guided tour in Spanish was a bit too much for us so we spent some time reading about Victoria and the history of the house. It is relatively well...More
I was there last week and we had a nice time. The house is very well maintained and has a great garden to walk around in.
We also took the tour it was a bit disappointing, it’s very short and the person knew about everything...More
Villa Ocampo is a beautiful house (in an equally beautiful setting) that gives you great access to the rooms and period furnishings. A short guided tour is included in the 70 peso entry fee (Oct 2017). The guy at the entrance strongly recommended the tour,...More
Opens at 12:30. I arrived on time so that I could have lunch on the pleasant varanda (menu and prices on the webpage). It gets full quickly, come early or make a reservation. Guided tours start at 14:00, very much worth it. Very interesting explanations...More
It belogs to the UNESCO. Victoria Ocampo had a ver interest view of the future. The place is incredible and its manteinance is excelent. In the gardens you can see the two trees which inspired Antoine Saint Exupery for the baobabs in The Little Prince!
This is the place where Victoria Ocampo spent much of her life and hosted a good number of historic leaders and cultural personalities from all around the world, from Rabindranath Tagore to Federico García Lorca, Graham Greene, Albert Camus or Jorge Luis Borges, the list...More
It is the place where the East met with the South. Rabindranath Tagore with Victoria Ocampo. The eastern raga "Purabi" got a different melody in "Sur". This ancestral house of Victoria Ocampo, the " La Infanta", is now a UNESCO cultural and heritage centre. It...More