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Information about Liniers:
Liniers is a neighborhood of the City of Buenos Aires, it's located to the west of the city, bordering the neighborhoods of Ciudadela and Mataderos. The neighborhood has an estimated population of more than 40,000 inhabitants. One of the interesting facts about this neighborhood, is that it has its own bus terminal, the Liniers Terminal, located on General Paz Avenue, just bordering the Province of Buenos Aires, although it is small compared to the Retiro Terminal (the largest in Argentina), it is possible to buy tickets from more than 50 different bus companies.
Another interesting fact about Liniers, is that Liniers is where the stadium (Amalfitani) of the popular Argentine soccer team, Vélez Sarsfield, is located. Some other interesting tourist places in the neighborhood are: Avenida Rivadavia, Liniers Shopping Center, Plaza Coronel Martín Irigoyen and Plaza Sargento Cabral.
Here you can find information about the Liniers Bus Terminal.
Information about Tarija:
Tarija is a town located in central-southern Bolivia, almost bordering Argentina. The city has an estimated population of 150,000 inhabitants,so it's far from being one of the first most populated cities in the country.
Tarija has an economy based on the wine industry, the height in which the city is located, and its climate, make it, potentially, a favorable environment for the growth of grapevines. Therefore, some other of the most frequent activities to do while in Tarija, is also "wine tourism" and its by-products.
Natural points also should be noted, some of the most popular ones are: Parque La Costanera, Plaza Sucre, Plaza Luis de Fuentes and Mirador de Los Sueños. Concerning the cultural and historical scope, we should mention: Casa Dorada, Museo Arqueológico y Paleontológico, Iglesia de Roque, and Catedral de San Bernardo.
Tarija is close to other towns such as: Uyuni, Villa Imperial del Potosi, Yacuiba, Tupiza, Camargo and Villa Montes. It is also close to some Argentinian localities (La Quiaca, Tartagal and San Ramón de la Nueva Orán) as well as Paraguayan localities (Las Mercedes, Atajado, Mayor Infante Rivarola).