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Parque 3 de Febrero

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“beautiful park”(38 reviews)
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Avenida Adolfo Berro 3880, Buenos Aires C1425CGA, Argentina
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Reviewed May 13, 2018 via mobile

This is a very good beautifully designed park here and it's old also.This is a very good place to spend time with your friends and family.

Thank SE s
Reviewed May 5, 2018

More commonly known as the Bosques de Palermo in Spanish. Curiosity: The vast place where this green space is located belonged to Juan Manuel de Rosas (a controversial masn of our National History). His lands were expropriated and they became public property when he was...More

2  Thank Betty P
Reviewed April 10, 2018

One of our favorite parks! Well maintained and frequented by the locals who are relaxing and enjoying their city. Beautifully manicured, paddle boats, running/biking path, rose garden, fountains and sculptures - and a mosaic structure inspired by southern spain is not to be missed.

Thank 196rndthewrld
Reviewed February 26, 2018 via mobile

This is my favourite spot to waste time on the weekend, go for a run, walk with the kids, hang out with my visitors or friends. It’s got all the best of Buenos Aires. Interesting people, good people watching, sports, helado. Love it

Thank 2bfreeand2travel
Reviewed February 22, 2018

The parks system in Buenos Aires is vast, beautiful and amazing. You could spend days seeing it all. On the weekends the portenos come out en masse to run, walk, picnic, play sports, etc. Priceless.

1  Thank Richard F
Reviewed February 15, 2018 via mobile

We were staying in the centre, and we struggled to find somewhere to just relax and enjoy the sunshine. A 10 minute taxi ride from the Obilisco, we really enjoyed this park. Men frequently come round with ‘helados’ to sell, families have picnics and people...More

1  Thank HettyHug
Reviewed February 4, 2018

This is a lovely park with a nice garden. It's very peaceful and a great place to get away from the stress of the city.

Thank Deb W
Reviewed February 2, 2018 via mobile

Great place in the middle of Buenos Aires City allocated as a park and green space. It’s easily accessible and well worth a visit. It’s well maintained and a credit to park staff. Hint : don’t miss it, make time, enjoy it , camera, sunscreen,...More

Thank Janr20
Reviewed February 1, 2018 via mobile

Peaceful and graceful setting in a busy city offering a large variety of roses, comfortable paths and benches and a lake with paddle boats. We found this retreat to be one of the prettiest parts of the city with high rise buildings at a distance.

Thank ChathamMass
Reviewed January 22, 2018

Very nice place with a very important rose garden. Neighbour of the Palermo Forest. They all were part of a XIXth Century dictator called Juan Manuel de Rosas estate..

Thank Pablo20dejunio
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Best known as the largest neighbourhood in Buenos
Aires, Palermo is divided into different quarters,
each with its own unique identity. The high-end
quarter is Palermo Chico, characterized by magnificent
mansions, regal avenues, and exclusive apartment
buildings, and home to the Museum of Latin American
Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), a favourite amongst
locals. The largest park in the city, the Bosques de
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Dana B
March 21, 2017|
Response from Carola V |
Hola! Solo no está permitido ingresar con perros a El Rosedal. En el resto del parque no hay restricciones. El perro debe estar con correa en todo momento. Gracias por tu consulta!
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