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Pileta Parque Norte

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Pileta Parque Norte

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El Ombu de Areco Estancia is a traditional ranch located in San Antonio de Areco, at the heart of gaucho (cowboy) country and an easy drive from Buenos Aires. On this tour, spend an entire day at the estancia, with activities including horseback riding, a traditional ‘asado’ barbecue lunch, and a thrilling gaucho show.
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Magnus A wrote a review Feb 2018
4 contributions2 helpful votes
Nice place, but as the others here say it's a bit pricey and you have to rent chairs. The slides is limited, one slide for those who are over 1.2m and the other for those over 1.4m, and the slide is only open in special hours. Think it was 1300 - 1700 on Saturday. The water park for children is limited to 6 years old, so if you have a child younger bring toys,or you have to buy different types of inflatables to keep them happy. Do not eat here the food is dry, and expensive. The staff doesn't speek English. Also bring slippers, you might be denied the toilets if you don't have them on. The toilets are dirty tho. If you have children they can't stay with you in the changing room, you have to get to abother room with them, which also has a line of people waiting. Overall they have pools, and pools games. Little bit to big place. Haven't tried the tennis courts or the football fields.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Dulcedeborita wrote a review Mar 2015
Buenos Aires, Argentina186 contributions71 helpful votes
Summer in Buenos Aires is very hot, this place is the unique option to visit the most biggest polls in south América, very cosy, clean and fun place, rest, sports, many bars and restaurants. Most tourist from all the word, and local friendly people. You can swim, play tennis, futbol, basket, gim, walk around the lake, or simply rest.....Many buses stops, train station near city center and River Plate futbol stadium. Near you can visit Tierra Santa thematic park, very nice place..........!
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Date of experience: January 2015
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Jan D wrote a review Feb 2015
Shoeburyness, United Kingdom5 contributions6 helpful votes
I visited BA at the end of January when the city was extremely hot and humid. Spent a day at Parque Norte, a beautifully maintained green area with various facilities including three large pools where you can rent sun beds and parasols. There are places to buy food and drinks so no need to take it with you, although we did take a picnic. Being able to have a dip in the water, and find a shady place to sit are a real relief in the heat and humidity.
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Date of experience: January 2015
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