Parque Rivadavia, Buenos Aires
(3.5/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Very good green space in the city! A park is magnificent! Large, well maintained. There is an area where there are stalls selling books. Usually organize events, since it is a very large park. Bello.
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  • Its large trees surrounds the small artificial lake located in the center of the Park, neighboring the Amphitheater. During Sundays operates, in one of the main entrances to the Park, a fair dedicated to the sale, purchase and exchange of articles relating to philately and numismatics.
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  • The Rivadavia Park is a beautiful space in itself. Being in a central area (barrio de Caballito), it has an important variety of attractions there same. Famous are put booksellers and videogames located there. It has ample space to explore a large area of square games inside and also other interesting for children (such as paintings, theater, among others). Another plus is that it is easily accessible from various types of transport (car, subway, collective, etc.).
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  • It's the best park in all of Buenos Aires for kids. Why? It's big enough to allow for different spaces, yet small enough for the kids to be concentrated so they can play together. Much cleaner than almost ask other parks, lots of free activities, clowns and children's theater. A well maintained playground, and a big supermarket right across the street when it's time to buy juice or a snack. A parental dream spot!
  • Está cada día mejor.
  • a pretty large parque in the middle of the city. better without fences though....
  • Nice park for a walk. You could also find used books, vinyls, CDs and even antique toys.
  • Muy lindo!