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Puente de la Mujer, Buenos Aires
Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
Proof that modern architecture can add value to a historic city, the sleek Puente de la Mujer spans dock 3 of Buenos Aires' port district. The "Woman's Bridge" can rotate up to 90 degrees in under two minutes, allowing water traffic to pass. Designed by renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, the pedestrian bridge's distinctive, asymmetrical white "needle" has become an icon of the city. Don't try to cross the bridge in high heels--its widely spaced slats have been known to claim the occasional unsuspecting shoe. To visit Puente de la Mujer on your trip to Buenos Aires, use our Buenos Aires vacation builder.
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A região do porto é meio caótica, com muitos caminhões, então para acessar o local não é tão agradável. O passeio na marginal é interessante, mas não há muitas atrações. Vale se organizar para almoçar... read more »The region of the port is a little chaotic, with many trucks, then to access the place is not so nice. The ride on is interesting, but there's many attractions. Worth to organize to have lunch/dinner in recommended restaurants.show original
Tirei aquela foto clássica na Puente de la mujer, porém era umas 16h. Acredito que a noite fique muito melhor pra fotos.I took that Photo Classic at the Puente de la mujer, however was a 4:00 pm. I believe that the night be much better for pictures.show original
Ponte bonita e bem cuidada. Recebe bastante turistas. Fica perto da Fragata. Legal saber a história do porque do nome dela é um pouco da sua arquitetura.Beautiful bridge and well cared for. Receives enough tourists. It is close to the Frigate. Nice to know the story of why her name is a bit of its architecture.show original
Indira Becerra Odoguardi
Es un puente bastante amplio, muy linda la vista de noche. El mejor lugar de la ciudad para atrapar pokemons, tiene en cada extremo una tríada de pokestops con lures constantes, mucha gente, muchos eventos.
It was great. A lot of tourists and local. It's a place people gather to enjoy each other and the weather. I saw people running, walking their dogs, kids skating, Pokemon catching. Loads of restaurants and one or two gift shop.
Beautiful landmark in an upscale neighbourhood. Also now a great place in which to play Pokémon Go!
Punto turistico, centro de reunion, en zona gastronomica.
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