Parque Tres de Febrero, Buenos Aires

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
In the heart of the city, Parque Tres de Febrero remains an expansive green retreat known for its groves, lakes, and rose gardens. Adorned with white gazebos, deep blue tile fountains, and sculptures, this pretty park opened to the public on February 3, 1852. The area offers plenty of space for rollerblading, biking, and running. Other highlights include a planetarium, polo field, racetrack, zoo, and botanical rose garden. Rent paddleboats, hang out with the local water fowl, and sniff the sweet smell of the roses. To visit Parque Tres de Febrero and other attractions in Buenos Aires, use our Buenos Aires trip generator.
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  • February 3 Park is an environment that houses two points of interest: the Planetarium and the El Rosedal. Sunday is a great day to visit the Park.
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  • Beautiful park, greenery, lots of space to make sport and place for children to play. Nearby are the city's two must-see attractions: the Japanese garden and Planetarium
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  • Big park and with wide green area. It's a good trip for a Sunday afternoon with friends and a bike.
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