Botanical Garden Buenos Aires, a place full of nature in the middle of the city.
Located in the heart of Palermo neighborhood, it has 7 hectares and more than 6 thousand species of vegetation. Therefore, if you are a lover of trees, plants and vegetables, you cannot miss this site!
It has many beautiful and charming paths, where, as you walk through the garden, you will be able to see and recognize each species. You will notice that they have their names so that you can learn each one.
It is located at the intersection of two fairly busy streets in the city, so you will not have any problems in terms of transportation to get there. Between Santa Fe Avenue and Syrian Arab Republic, the Botanical Garden acts as the lung of the city and isolates it from the hustle and bustle, an immensity that becomes the right place to relax, learn and walk among a bit of nature.
It has a Botanical Library, three gardens of french, roman and oriental styles, five greenhouses, a herbarium and, on occasions, it also has art exhibitions inside the English-style house that you will find inside.
It is closed on Mondays, opening from Tuesday to Sundays and holidays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., allowing entry until 5:45 p.m. inclusive. Free entry.