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Bosques de Palermo

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Open to the public since 1874, the Bosques de Palermo is the oldest park in Buenos Aires.
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Av Del Libertador & Dorrego y Figueroa Alcorta | Palermo, Buenos Aires 1425, Argentina
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Reviewed yesterday

If you like sports it is a good place for running and cicling. It is a green spot in the middle of the city. Every day you will see a lot of sport and people walking and resting. You also have a bar restourants zone...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Righinifer
Reviewed November 7, 2018

Una gigantesca area verde. Bien mantenida. Lago con alquiler de botes y bandadas de magnificos gansos y patos a los que se puede dar de comer. El horario es muy amplio y con mucha seguridad policial a cualquier hora. Alquiler de bicicletas, bicicletas tandem y...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Reviewed November 4, 2018 via mobile

A lot of parks separated by some meters. Nice to walk and make pictures. All they have a nice view of the city

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Leandro L
Reviewed October 30, 2018 via mobile

Very nice in the middle of the city, long paved and unpaved roads, over 10 kilometres, to exercise and enjoy. Visit Rosedal, walk by the lakes. In the style of English gardens. Worth it.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank horacion370
Reviewed October 27, 2018

It was our good fortune to visit Bosques de Palermo in October. We experienced warm sunshine, and an interesting stroll. Highly recommend a visit.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank SavantIII_11
Reviewed October 23, 2018 via mobile

Not a park as I know it. Too many roads and too much dog poop to make a visit enjoyable. No reason to go as far as I can see.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank cat2Perth
Reviewed October 16, 2018

A very pretty place. It is neat to see the clean lines and the amount of care and maintenance that goes into this place. Hopefully you get to go when a lot has bloomed.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Robert K
Reviewed September 16, 2018

The place is wonderful. All the rain this wintwer has overdone the watering of trees and plants and grass. Perhaps when the weather improves we can all go back to visit and relax without an umbrella! I have missed my frequent visits there to sit...More

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed September 6, 2018

This place is the best to relax from the speed of the traffic, the sound of it and the crowded downtown. There are lots of beautiful trees, lakes with boats and ducks and gees, a hugh rose garden with many different species, an Spanish patio...More

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank anagracielal2017
Reviewed September 1, 2018 via mobile

We moved literately across the street from the area, and we are loving every minute of it. Great place to go for a run, or just simply for a walk. A must do on a Saturday or Sunday morning!

Date of experience: September 2018
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Best known as the largest neighborhood 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 favorite amongst
locals. The largest park in the city, the Bosques de
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January 3, 2018|
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Response from aguailuminada | Reviewed this property |
yes, they do and it is a lot of fun.
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Bad auto correct on previous message. Go to the left side of the running road about 100 meters.
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Zakopane, Poland
Palermo:which area in Palermo to stay for action? (3 Replies)
Palermo, in Buenos Aires, encompasses many different boroughs such as: Bosques de Palermo, Palermo Chico, Palermo Viejo (Hollywood/Soho), and Verde. Can you suggest please which area to stay for one night? Close to shopping, restaurants and nightlife. Thank you so much.
November 08, 2012|
Response fromScarlettO1|
Palermo Viejo/Soho has the small boutique hotels , wonderful shopping and eating without even leaving the neighborhood. Palermo Hollywood is more about the restaurants and bars. Palermo Chico is away from those Palermos and more upscale .. less old world-ish .. more like Recoleta. Closest to nightlife, food and drink and shopping , I think would be Palermo Soho/Viejo. It does sound like it encompasses many different boroughs but it really is just one big Palermo broken up into...More
Which attractions to select? (14 Replies)
Will be BA in Jan. Have a half day and an evening. Will be staying in Recoleta. I have short listed these three attractions which are not included in our city tour; what can we fit in? How far are they from Recoleta city? Is there any other attraction you suggest if these are not feasible? Gardens of the Bosques de Palermo, including the Japanese garden Teatro Colon Basilica del Santisimo Sacramento Thank you
December 13, 2017|
Response fromricardoBA|
If you are on a City Tour then you will probably pass some of the destinations on your wish list, The Basilica is next to Plaza San Martin and a couple of blocks from the Galerias Pacifico; so if they drop you off in this neighborhood, you can easily walk over to the church. Also, Plaza San Martin is walkable from Recoleta. If your tour goes on the wide street Ninth of July then the Teatro Colon sits on this street. If you want a tour of the inside of the building then this could be a...More
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Cicerones vs Eternautas? (2 Replies)
I am trying to plan one good overview tour of BA for a short visit in December. I've narrowed it down to Eternautas Images of BA Tour that visits: Journey: Centre (Plaza de Mayo – 1st Stop), Montserrat, San Telmo, La Boca (Caminito – 2nd Stop), Puerto Madero, Palermo Chico, Bosques de Palermo and Recoleta (Cemetery – 3rd Stop). Length 3 hrs. OR doing a tour with Cicerones and suggesting our own itinerary. Has anyone had experinece with both groups? Apart from the cost difference...More
November 23, 2009|
Response fromdr__dawggy|
Cicerones is a volunteer organization. Some guides are quite informative and serve as great goodwill ambassadors for their city. Eternautas is a professional guide service...all their guides are university trained historians who provide historical and architectural context for the various sites you will visit. I have used Cicerones one time and Eternautas numerous times. Two very good organizations....but my preference would be to go with Eternautas.