Explore a different destination UNESCO World Heritage Site Nuestra Senora de Loreto, Argentina

Nuestra Señora de Loreto, or Mission of Our Lady of Laurel, is a Catholic mission (called reduction) that was established by Jesuit missionaries in Argentina during the 17th century. The ruins were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with four other Jesuit ruins in the land of the Guarani natives, during the 8th session of the World Heritage Committee in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1984.

What to See at Nuestra Señora de Loreto

The ruins of Nuestra Senora de Loreto are in a severe state of ruin. It is not as well preserved as San Ignacio Mini not too far away.

Visiting this Site

Your base for visiting this World Heritage Site is Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. You should find your accommodation in Buenos Aires, and then get your hotel to help you make arrangements for visiting the sights in Argentina. I recommend that you base yourself in Buenos Aires rather than a smaller Argentine city, as you will have more options here. There will be plenty of tour packages to choose from, according to the amount of time you have in your hands.

Here's a comprehensive list of Hotels in Buenos Aires with online booking facilities. Booking is provided by HostelBookers, so there is no booking fee involved.

Book Hotel Rooms in Argentina and Worldwide

Click here also for a full list of hotels in Argentina or hotels worldwide. If you prefer budget accommodation in hostels, guesthouses or inns, check out hostels worldwide for budget accommodation providers with online booking.

Argentina Local Tours

As part of your tour planning, here are some local tours of Argentina that you may wish to add to your itinerary. These tours are arranged by Viator, one of the most reputable tour agencies in the market.

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