• Paraguarí: Here we will make a brief stop and tour of the city, the building of the governorship and old Jesuit convent, the Church of Santo Tomás, built in the last years of life of Don Carlos A. Lopez, among others and its various streets until the exit of the city towards the east, between beautiful wild landscapes and mountain range of unique geological formations.
• Sapucai: Along the beautiful mountain range that runs parallel to our route, we arrive at this small town, where until very recent times, maintenance and repair of all the steam locomotives in Carlos Antonio López times. Here we will have the brilliant opportunity to bring together the best times of our great history, between machinery and old locomotives that paint us glorious times of our Nation at XIX centuries.
• Valenzuela: A native population of the XIX centuries, founded by Father Fernando Valenzuela, today is a small peacefull town of no more than 7.000 inhabitants, preserving a particular charm, surrounded by abundant vegetation and agricultural fields. They has a special celebration dedicated to the Pineapple, being the capital of the production of this delicious fruit.
• Itacurubi: Founded towards the end of the Guazú War, in 1871, today it is constituted as a true garden city, surrounded by springs and streams, between hills and dense vegetation, here we will take time for our lunch and then we return to Asunción.