Parque Rivadavia, Buenos Aires

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Stroll through Parque Rivadavia, a lush green park in the Caballito neighborhood. Designed by landscaper Carlos Thays, the park boasts an amphitheater, skating rink, and rides for children. View the marble monument of Simon Bolivar and other white marble sculptures by local artists, rest in the shade by the artificial lake, or browse the stands selling used books, records, and magazines. Since its refurbishment in 2003, the park is fenced and cannot be visited at night. Put Parque Rivadavia at the forefront of your travel plans using our Buenos Aires itinerary planner.
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  • complete with vendors, a haunted tree, walking and browsing or just sit and enjoy people watching...  more »
  • This very nice park, closed at night, is a good place for a walk. On Sundays it is full of stands with different types of things. Near a very old "ombu" (a typical tree of the Pampas), during Sunday m...  more »
  • I needed an old book that could not find it along Corrientes Ave. I found it in one of the stands located in the park  more »