This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Villa de Merlo.
Famous for its particular microclimate, Villa de Merlo is visited every year by those who want to be enchanted by the peaceful inspiration that the village offers. The climate of Merlo is characterized by its average annual temperature of twenty degrees Celsius, in a dry atmosphere. Comechingones Hills (which surround Villa de Merlo) protect the village from the humid air of the Atlantic Ocean. These conditions place Merlo as the third microclimate in the world.
With about seventeen thousand inhabitants, Merlo is located in the northeast of the Argentinean Province of San Luis, just under eight hundred kilometers from Buenos Aires. It is part of the circuit of the Center of the National Mountain Tourism. Nature is what makes Merlo the destiny for many travelers. Forests, small rivers, and hills are all present in the surroundings of the city.
Accommodation is variable and suitable for the different profiles of the visitors. Nevertheless, tourists who visit Merlo prefer the life of Villa de Merlo hostels and the opportunities that this kind of accommodation offers. There is a fairly healthy assortment of hostels in Villa de Merlo. Some are located in the center of the city, and as part of the service, owners offer touristic information and advice. In other cases, besides the basic services, hostels in Villa de Merlo may offer parking, restaurant, and swimming pool. For visitors interested in close contact with nature, Villa de Merlo hostels in the outskirts of the city are also available. The most popular hostels in Villa de Merlo offer twenty-four-hour service, Wi-Fi internet, and free breakfast. Visiting Villa de Merlo and staying in a hostel in Villa de Merlo may turn out to be part of the relaxing time tourists are looking for.
Written by local enthusiast for Villa de Merlo hostelssandra