San Carlos Centro - FURTHER INFORMATION
San Carlos Centro - San Carlos Centro visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'San Carlos Centro' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Santa Fe.
San Carlos Centro is a small city in the Santa Fe province of Argentina, a short distance southwest of Santa Fe city. Surrounded by pampas grasslands and agriculture, it was founded in 1858 by Beck Carlos Bernard of the Beck & Herzog Swiss Colonizing Society. The first immigrants to settle in San Carlos Centro came from Switzerland, Germany, France and Italy.
Today, San Carlos Centro still remains mostly an agricultural city. Other nearby communities include San Carlos Norte, San Carlos Sur, San Augustin and Colonia Matilde. The main square is know as Plaza San Martin and on it stands San Carlos Borromeo church. The past colonial era is preserved and displayed in the local Historical Museum of the San Carlos Colony.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Road: San Carlos Centro is about 50km southwest of Santa Fe city on the RA19 and then 6 roads.
Flight: Santa Fe Airport - domestic flights with Aerolineas Argentinas linking to international flights at Buenos Aires.