Located on the banks of the Uruguay River, the national citriculture capital presents itself to the world as a city with its own movement, vibrant and the most dynamic an the geographical Mercosur center. It’s the second largest city of the province of Entre Rios with 180,000 inhabitants and is positioned as the largest urban center on the coast of the Uruguay River, the second largest city of the province and one of the four largest in the Mesopotamian region. Concordia offers a thriving pedestrian shopping center, museums, cared squares, splendid buildings and houses of high heritage value, the promenade, the old barracks and the old port built in two levels due to the irregular water level of the Uruguay River.
Renowned for the kindness of its people, Concordia not only reflects the combination of landscapes, scents, modern architectural concepts, a rich historical and cultural heritage but also seduces with its magical nights and contagious carnivals.
Other than straight flights arriving from Capital Federal (Buenos Aires), Concordia is connected through a routes network with all major urban centers of our country. National Route No. 14 grants direct and quick access to argentine and uruguayan coastal cities, and Buenos Aires. The Provincial Route No. 18 connects Concordia with the capital of the province (Paraná) and allows access to the provinces of Santa Fé and Córdoba through the sub-river tunnel Hernandarias and the Victoria-Rosario bridge.
The road-rail international bridge links Concordia and the city of Saltom, allowing for multiple contact points with Brazil and Uruguay’s main urban centers.
With a total area of over 3700 km2, Concordia has a mean annual humidity of 76% and provides a humid subtropical climate with four distinct seasons. The average annual temperature during winter averages between 11ºC and 13ºC , while in summer it reaches between 26 and 30ºC. The average rainfall is 1.275 millimeters per year.