Neuquén

It is a magnet for local and foreign travelers seeking to
contemplate the charm of its landscapes, explore the Mapuche
culture, and enjoy its specialty cuisine.

Rivers, lakes, mountains, forests, waterfalls, glaciers and a diverse fauna which are ideal for trekking, sailing, skiing, camping and fishing.

The Nahuel Huapi National Park is one of the most important natural attractions. Stretching for more than 700,000 hectares between Neuquén and Río Negro, it is the largest in Patagonia.

The Andes Mountains area is a world-renowned destination for winter sports and nature activities.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Patagonian Region

Capital

Neuquén

Average annual temperature

Between 8° C and 10° C

Population

551,266 inhabitants

Administrative division

36 municipalities. The main cities are Neuquén, Cutral Có, Centenario, Plottier, Zapala, and San Martín de los Andes

River Regime

4,800 mm per year

Surface area

94,078 km²

Climate

Cold continental with temperate season

Relief

Cordillera and plateau

Why invest in Neuquén?

Strategical
proposal

We show you tourist attractions, strategic connectivity, opportunity territories and associated destinations with potential to invest.

Featured
information

Learn about the reasons to invest in Neuquén, its potential for tourism and main opportunity territories and activities.

Legal framework
and incentives

Learn about current legislation and the incentives offered by Neuquén.

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map

Analyze the opportunities in each territory with information on tourist attractions, connectivity, tourist activity and infrastructure.

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Province Neuquén

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