Trees in Buenos Aires, a completely natural and beautiful spectacle to enjoy the nature of the city all year round.

It is not only about decoration and adornments in the streets, but also, they are the ones that provide us with the necessary oxygen so that we can live.

The city of Buenos Aires is not merely a city of architectural mixes, but also has a huge variety of trees and plants, and here we tell you everything!

In this article, we want to bring you closer to the variety of beautiful beings that enrich the sight of our walks, with their details by season of the year.

In addition to filling the space with harmony, beauty and well-being, its leaves, fruits, flowers, branches and trunks tell us different stories. They are the protagonists of a scene in constant change, movement and above all, life.

According to the season of the year, the city is dressed in various colors, flowers or fruits. For this reason, here we tell you about the Trees in Buenos Aires:


Trees in Buenos AiresKnown as the season where the largest number of leaves fall to the ground and the sidewalks are dyed in colors that change from ocher to yellow, strolling through an immense palette of earth colors.

Likewise, the Palo Borracho and its flowers will dye our view white, pink and yellow. To enjoy this natural beauty, we recommend that you visit San Martín Plaza, the Botanical Garden, Avellaneda Park, Las Heras Park or walk along 9 of July Avenue. In all these places, you can enjoy this autumn show.



Trees in Buenos AiresThis is the most special time for you to visit the Japanese Garden (here we leave you more information), to be able to enjoy the way in which the Buenos Aires cold impacts on the magnolias, tulips and camellias. Here, you will find the “Sakura Path”, where the tops of the cherry trees are completely dyed in a pastel pink tone. This species is native to Japan.

The white, pink and yellow flowers of the Palo Borracho that began to fall in autumn, continue to color the place during the winter.



Trees in Buenos AiresAt this time, we are going to move from place to place and head towards the Rosedal Garden (more information here!). Since Spring is the season where everything blooms, you will notice that the city is dyed in more vibrant and strong colors, as well as being flooded with fascinating aromas!

Here you can see more than a thousand varieties of roses, with an approximate of 18 thousand copies that will begin to bloom at this time, drawing a path of absolute romanticism.

During the month of October, the Lapachos rose is even more noticeable, and you will be able to enjoy it at the intersection of Av. Figueroa Alcorta and Ramón Castilla Street.

In November, the Jacarandas unfold all their flowers like a purple-bluish curtain, which adorn the city in a different way. You can find them in Centennial Park, walking along Av. 9 of July, in Lezama Park and at the intersection between Figueroa Alcorta and Sarmiento Avenues.

In spring, too, you will be able to observe a yellow tint on the ground, since that is when the tipas flowers fall.



Trees in Buenos AiresOf the stations where your arrival is most expected, there are plenty of options to walk and enjoy the city and the sunny days. At this time, the recommendation is to head towards the North Coast to be able to enjoy all the tunnels that the Tipas form very close from the river. Here, you will feel the air impregnated with a very fresh aroma. In turn, they provide the necessary shade to deal with the heat.

The Tipas go from North Coast to South Coast, so you can enjoy them all the way. To enjoy more nature, if you got to the South Coast, here we leave you information about the Ecological Reserve, where you will find many more species and nature wherever you look!

In the neighborhood of Belgrano, there are some 130 Tipas that spread out over 5 blocks: from Olazábal to Pampa Street, on Melián Avenue. In turn, you will be able to enjoy the immense English-style houses that abound on this site! Here we leave you information about what to do in Belgrano.

Moving away from the most touristy neighborhoods and going towards Caballito (here we will tell you more about this less popular neighborhood), we recommend that you walk through one of the most picturesque and important avenues in this place: Pedro Goyena. There you will see that all the blocks and sidewalks are adorned with very dense green cups, turning your pass into a moment full of exquisite aromas, beautiful landscapes in combination with the houses of this place and giving you a lot of freshness!



Throughout the year, the city’s Botanical Garden is a walk that you cannot miss out on. It has approximately 1,500 species of different vegetation, and 500 of them are native to our country. In addition, it has 5 different routes that you can follow by scanning a QR code on your cell phone!

Without hesitation, we know that you will not regret visiting this immense and beautiful natural space that, no matter what time of year you go, will give you one of the best experiences and you will be able to learn about all the species that live there. Follow this link for more information!


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