Rivadavia Park, the green lung in the heart of the neighborhood of Caballito, which cuts with the structure of the buildings that frame it.

Ideal space to have a relaxing day on the grass, an outdoor picnic, a long walk or a break after touring this picturesque neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

Although Caballito is not one of the busiest neighborhoods in terms of tourism, it has several attractions for you to visit. Here we tell you much more about this area!

Rivadavia ParkThis large park has 6 hectares in total, which is made up of a playground for children, large striking sculptures, paths and benches to sit on, a Carrousel and lots of vegetation to admire and enjoy.

On weekends, you will find a special event such as gourmet fairs, or outdoor classes. In addition, it has a huge fair of used books, vinyl, magazines and records. It is every day of the week! The most important detail is that you will find everything at a lower price than anywhere else.

In addition to these attractions, Rivadavia Park is also the cradle of every Caballito athlete, so don’t be surprised if you see many people running, walking, riding bikes, skateboarding or rollerblading.

Rivadavia ParkAround the park, there are endless bars, restaurants, cafes and ice cream stores, which satisfy the whims of any taste! A few blocks from the park, you can access the Village Caballito, with movie theaters, stores of different items and a food court. Diagonally, there is the Caballito Shopping, if your interest is to do shop. And, on Av. Rivadavia, you will find a huge variety of shops and very good prices!

As the most important sculpture, there is the imposing monument to Simón Bolívar, the Liberator. Also, there is the Monument to the Mother, another well-known sculpture by Luis Perlotti.

Open every day from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., with free admission!

Here we tell you about more spaces to continue enjoying Buenos Aires outdoors.


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