City Park Buenos Aires, a gigantic outdoor space to enjoy on your weekend.

It is one of the largest green spaces in Buenos Aires, where you will find a place full of entertainment and lots of flora. Here, forests of native trees abound!

City Park Buenos AiresWith several activities for you to do, it has lots of lakes with colorful fish, a natural and harmonious landscape that will give you an incredible day. In addition, the variety of fauna and flora that you will find here is immense.

In honor of Antonio Gaudí, it has an amphitheater that you can visit, as well as sculptures, a library and several murals. Also, it has an Andalusian patio.

The variety of native trees that you will find here amounts to more than 200 different ones. In its almost 70 hectares, it will provide you with the ideal setting to have a picnic, enjoy reading under one of the huge trees or do some recreational activity.

It is an excellent plan to be able to enjoy it as a family, with an enormous infrastructure of services and security. In turn, it has a wide range of cultural and sports activities. You will be able to ride a bicycle on all its roads and internal streets, or run in the athletics circuits that it has. Also, you can do physical activity outdoors, walk, rollerblade or skate and much more!

City Park Buenos AiresOne of the most important attractions of this park is its 208m high Space Tower! It is the tallest tower in the country, with a viewpoint at a height of 176 meters. Visits to the tower are currently suspended.

Located in the neighborhood of Villa Lugano, to the south of the city, you will be able to access this area on several bus lines, in addition to being able to use the Premetro. If you go by car, the park has a parking lot on Avenida Fernández de la Cruz 4000.

Open Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., closing without prior notice in case it rains. We leave their website here for more information.

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