A tea-house and a shop that sells yerba mate - a popular South American tea produced from the Paraguayan holly. The name yerba mate was probably given by the Jesuits and it derives from the transformed Latin word 'herba' - herb and 'mati' - in Quechuan language meaning 'gourd' in which dried leaves are brewed. Indian name of this infused drink is caá. In the Terere Yerba-house you can buy accessories for preparing the beverage. In adition, exhibitions, slideshows and lessons of Argentinian tango are organised.