Jardin Botanico, Buenos Aires
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Get away from the heat and busy traffic with a walk among the blossoming vegetation of the Roman, French ,and Oriental gardens at Jardin Botanico. Opened in 1898, the garden features nearly 5,500 plant species, a number of sculptures, busts and monuments, as well as five greenhouses, including one designed in the Art Nouveau style for the 1889 Paris Exhibition. The most recent residents of the garden are stray cats, cared for by volunteers working for the local animal protection association. The garden, which was declared a national monument in 1996, also boasts a botanic library and a botanical museum. Plan your visit to Jardin Botanico and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Buenos Aires vacation generator.
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  • For those who know the Botânio Garden of Rio de Janeiro, been disappointed with Buenos Aires. He's not very big but has several species of plants with beautiful flowers. Is a free attraction, so I think it's worth a visit
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  • The Botanical Garden is located right in the city centre, and is a cool, shady place on hot days. The garden is made up most of the trees, both Argentine and from the rest of the world. Not so much flowers as we are used to from the Botanical Garden in Oslo. We came back after many years, and then to our great pleasure that the Park was much more well groomed and neat than in the past, and many freshly painted benches. A lovely place to take a break! Free entrance.
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  • Very nice place to stroll, sit and enjoy nature and the view. Worth stopping by. The entrance is free.
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