We went there for a quick visit. Really nice and free entrance. We went early in the morning so there weren't many people. You can buy souvenirs and stroll around Lujan
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We went on motorcycles to spend the day and have a good barbecue on one of the side streets. Parking was easy. Careful if you go by car as parking can be difficult and you may have to walk a few blocks. There are people...More
This Church is one of the most important in Buenos Aires. It joins thousand of people every week end. It is located at 80 km approximately from Buenos Aires City, It is a must for any visitor.
impressive from outside and don´t miss the interior and the cript. it is there a flag that was hoisting at Malvinas´ Islands in 1966. Lujan´s virgin is Argentine´s patron. Built from 1890 to 1935
This enormous building in Neogothic style looks like a modern cathedral and represents the central point for Catholicism in Argentina. People come here to pray and worship the Virgin, patron saint of the country. Although modern it has a sense of grandeur and the number...More
The Basilica of Our Lady of Luján is situated in the town of Luján some 40 miles to the west of the city of Buenos Aires. It's built in neogothic style, which contrasts sharply with the Spanish style of the surrounding buildings. The basilica is...More
Largest church in Argentina. Crypt is a must see. Significant place to pray to the Virgin Mother. Pretty Square. Worth a visit!
Great spot to spend 30 minutes and appreciate the architecture. The stray dogs wandering around are an interesting addition.
Our lovely host from Rosa Isabel Estancia took us here for a visit, it was only a short drive away from their ranch in Lujan. The church is a magnificent building, the architecture is simply stunning. Not to be missed
It is such a beautiful Cathedral, an amazing building so rich in history that it really worth the visit. It is such a shame that the surroundings are abandoned, no maintenance at all, you really feel unsafe in the neighborhood. But it worth it...