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Puente de la Mujer

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Puente de la Mujer

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Buenos Aires’ neighborhoods each have a distinctive character from the historic barrios of San Telmo and La Boca, to the beautiful parks and plazas of Palermo and Recoleta, and the modern skyscrapers of Puerto Madero. This small-group tour is ideal for first-time visitors or those short on time, visiting all of the top attractions in just half a day.
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AlpinerHut wrote a review Mar. 2020
Chantilly, Virginia1,004 contributions421 helpful votes
Puente de la Mujer (Woman’s Bridge) holds great mystery for me. Wikipedia is very specific about how this cantilever footbridge designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava swings open to allow water traffic to pass. I could even see a stabilizing pylon that must embrace the opened bridge. Yet a waitress in nearby El Boleo Bar (see my review, “Great bridge view”) absolutely insisted that the bridge doesn’t open and instead referred me to one across town that does! No matter. The bridge is quite picturesque, particularly when lit up at night. The name comes because many streets in the surrounding Porto Madero neighborhood are named for women. The dramatic cantilever is supposed to evoke a couple dancing tango.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tupelo010835 wrote a review Mar. 2020
Denton, Texas1,950 contributions521 helpful votes
Santiago Calatrava certainly has a way with bridges. We have one here in the DFW area. They all seem to have something to say. This one is no different. Neat how it lights up at night like Boston.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Rich G wrote a review Mar. 2020
Acton, Massachusetts2,420 contributions237 helpful votes
We walked along the water in Porto Madero to approach this iconic bridge, one of Buenos Aires' famous landmarks that gives the city its global recognition. The "Women's Bridge" as it translates, is named for the many nearby streets named after women but it holds more respect in its own right, as a way to recognize and celebrate the power and significance of women. You can walk across its solid wooden boardwalk in about 5 minutes and snap photos and admire its incredible and unique architecture and meaning.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Greg F wrote a review Feb. 2020
Auckland Central, New Zealand750 contributions71 helpful votes
Visited this spot on our last day in Buenos Aires and were surprised that we left this for the end. Beautiful light at sunset on the city skyline. Nice vibe with music and restaurants lining both sides of the canal. Street Tango performances nearby and a perfect end to our Argentinian travels..
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Oleksandr Danylenko wrote a review Feb. 2020
Buenos Aires, Argentina296 contributions70 helpful votes
This is in the Puerto Madero barrio, with its towers and fancy restaurants. One of the main photo spots in Puerto Madero. The figure represents tango.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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