Parque 3 de Febrero, Buenos Aires

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Escape into a world of botanical bliss at Parque 3 de Febrero. 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. While the park closes at nights and on Mondays, you can enjoy its beauty free of charge during opening hours. Using our world travel planner, Buenos Aires attractions like Parque 3 de Febrero can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We spent a good few hours walking around this park - it just never ends. The rose garden is particularly beautiful, but it fenced off so you need to double back to escape. Very peaceful place to pass ...  more »
  • The largest park in Buenos Aires. It has several lakes and some beautiful landscape. It has an awesome rose garden with thousands of roses of all colors. Great place to take many photos. Park isblocst...  more »
  • It is really nice to go here to have a bit of fresh air and a break from all the cars and noise. The area around the rose garden is particularly nice!  more »