A traveler relaxes under a tree in Uribelarrea, a tiny pueblo on the outskirts of metropolitan Buenos Aires.
Founded in 1889, this tiny town has only 1,150 laid-back residents. Among its inhabitants are those born and raised here, the student body of the Salesian Don Bosco Agro-Technical School and an increasing number of families who moved here to escape the madness of city life.
Everyone knows springtime is the nicest time of year in Buenos Aires, and it is also good time to depart from the city to reconnect with nature in the countryside. Check out our list of destinations close to Buenos Aires.