Parque 3 de Febrero, Buenos Aires

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The expansive gardens, located in Palermo Woods, boast more than 18,000 roses, as well as a host of water features and busts commemorating 26 renowned poets and writers. Often compared to the Tuileries of Paris, the gardens offer an ideal place to go for a relaxing stroll and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Plan to visit Parque 3 de Febrero and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Buenos Aires attractions using our Buenos Aires online trip itinerary planner.
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  • Great place for bird watching, walking your dog, outside exercise and just strolling around. We’ve been putting our 10,000 steps a day here for the past three weeks and enjoying ourselves immensely 
    Great place for bird watching, walking your dog, outside exercise and just strolling around. We’ve been putting our 10,000 steps a day here for the past three weeks and enjoying ourselves immensely  more »
  • This is a massive park that extends into neighboring parks with lots of different sections. It is rife with historic monuments and paths around plazas, fountains, sculptures, rose gardens, picnic... 
    This is a massive park that extends into neighboring parks with lots of different sections. It is rife with historic monuments and paths around plazas, fountains, sculptures, rose gardens, picnic...  more »
  • THE PARQUE 3 DE FEBRERO is One the nicest place in BUENOS AIRES CITY, Very big and plenty of security specially in the day. It have a non natural lake and too manny trees. I love to do bike rides... 
    THE PARQUE 3 DE FEBRERO is One the nicest place in BUENOS AIRES CITY, Very big and plenty of security specially in the day. It have a non natural lake and too manny trees. I love to do bike rides...  more »
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  • The rose garden itself is a wonderful place, full of roses and flowers from all over the world. Clean and organized. Food or dogs are not allowed, no bikes (thank God) walks, landscapes and photos relaxing time
  • This became one of my favorite places in Buenos Aires right when I set foot here for the first time! I guess I love to see how locals interact with public parks anywhere I go and this might be one of the finest examples in the world.
  • Sighhhhhh. Absolutely love this park one of my favorite places in Buenos Aires. The grounds are kept beautifully, there is always some type of activity going on in summertime, tons of people to watch or just relax.
  • Nice looking from the outside. Unfortunately the park was closed when we visited. Only the boathouse was opened for rentals. If you want to visit on a Monday, double check if the park is open.
  • Lovely park with duck and goose pond. Highly recommend with kids, especially in the spring with all the ducklings and goslings.

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