Parque Centenario, Buenos Aires

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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. Our Buenos Aires attractions app makes visiting Parque Centenario and other Buenos Aires attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Pretty good care and lot of beautiful buildings that surround it such as the natural science museum and the historic Observatory weather ride very traditional with parks. There are distributed large number of sculptures, games for children, kiosks used books and apparatus for gymnastics for adults.
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  • The place is very nice, has several "playgrounds" for children. Is great for a walk or to relax in a green area. TB is next to the Museum of Natural history, then it's worth doing a combo and plan to visit the 2 on the same day.
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  • I went to visit a friend who has a post of crafts there, the Lake is beautiful, has an amphitheatre and thousands of jobs in handicrafts, antiques, books, etc. very cute to enjoy a sunny day. Also become entertainment and sometimes film.
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  • Beautiful park. It has a lake with fish. Very safe because the police is around the place
  • An oasis in the middle of the city. This circular park has a beautiful lake in the center which is the perfect place to sit down and enjoy an authentic 'mate with facturas'. You can also find lots of people running or exercising.
  • Great park near avenue Diaz Velez,you can sit and rest with food and mate or you can play football also the other sports a lot of people run in the park or around the park. In a park there is a lake that have a lot of fish different colours but you can not be a fisherman in that place. Sometimes there are music concerts and always there is a lot of people but park is quite big so you can find place for your own privacy. In a park there is also a planetarium but last time I was there it wasn't open. At night the park is closen but you can come next day and enjoy in it, it's a great place as I said so don't miss it when you get in Buenos Aires Saludar a todos Es un park muy lindo
  • Best collection of playgrounds in Buenos Aires! And easy to get to! Wish there was just a bit more shade..
  • Great park to spend your weekend and shop artisanal and hand crafted stuff from the feria. There might be more than 100 small shops in the feria.

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