Playgrounds in Buenos Aires

Top Playgrounds in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Playgrounds in Buenos Aires

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  • SEs
    London, UK25,867 contributions
    A big park with a river.A very good place to go for a run or walk. This is a very good place to spend time with your friends and family.
    Written May 18, 2018
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  • Maria Eiras
    Buenos Aires, Argentina21 contributions
    This park in a residential section of the city of Buenos Aires, has been enlarged and looks much nicer with the flowers and trees added to it. A nice place mostly for families with children.
    Written November 7, 2018
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  • thecharlesP
    Cordoba, Argentina251 contributions
    A block from here is the massive Parque Las Heras so, there is no competition about the importance of each Park. However this fact makes this uno block plaza more appealing. Its far more quiet, you can read or have some mate without fighting for places to sit, there are old and beautiful trees and there is a little kids playground (arenero) with a lot of children out of school hours. As it in one side of the park, you have no disturbances if you are doing something else around. The place is well kept and you will be just meters away from coffee stores (nucha and starbucks), ice cream places (perssico), bookstore, supermarket (carrefour), and so on. Not a place to visit specifically but if you are around, take some time to explore it.
    Written August 23, 2016
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  • Rich G
    Acton, MA2,571 contributions
    If you walk up calle Libertador, you'll come across this small playground and park which is nice to walk through. There is a nice stone path winding around tiny benches for kids, an area of chess boards (bring your own pieces), and even a carousel (not sure when it opens daily).

    Nice, clean park that skirts the main drag for 100 meters or so.
    Written February 17, 2020
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