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Parque Centenario, Buenos Aires
Categories: Nature & Parks
Get away from the hustle of the city by taking a break at Parque Centenario, a large public park that offers a great deal of entertainment and respite. Built and named in honor of the 1910 centennial of the May Revolution, the park includes museums, an observatory, and an amphitheater. Relax under the tipa trees or take a stroll around the large, peaceful lake, spotting ducks and swans. With our world travel planner, Buenos Aires attractions like Parque Centenario can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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It's a huge park, with lots of free space and benches to sit around doing nothing but watching ducks and geese loiter around. It's very well maintained and has guards.
Beatiful park. Near an excellent museum (The Natural History Museum). Great to jog in the middle of the city. Too bad its sidewalks are in such bad shape.
It looks a lot better after they revitalized the park. On sundays there is a flee market.
Rodrigo Fernández Díaz
It's a shame the state in how this park was left. Dirty, and insecure. It has seen better days as one of the most iconic parks in Buenos Aires, however nowadays of you're visiting the town I would rather skip it.
Marco Di Croce
Esta muy lindo el parque sobretodo la zona del lago
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