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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  • This is one of the indispensable when traveling to Buenos Aires! By way of comparison, remember the Parque do Ibirapuera (São Paulo). Is a very well maintained Park, with beautiful gardens, lakes where you can go for a paddle boat, you can also rent bicycles, Rollerblades or even do a little buggy ride! Oh, there were also several geese across the Park, who gave a special charm. Admission is free, but the excursions, if you do not have the items I mentioned above, are paid, but nothing too expensive (I found it quite handy). Perfect place for couples, families, groups of friends and even alone. Excellent also for picnicking.
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  • Very nice place in Buenos Aires... to relax out of the city being in them... very large lots of green and calm., follow on counts take repellent and go without trouble... a day of rain is very romantic I recommend it. If you are looking for physical activity it is good choice.
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  • It is the Park most large Buenos Aires, a beautiful place for walking and touring, including for example El Rosedal. It is also widely used to perform physical activities.
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