Buenos Aires Beach

During the summer you can enjoy Buenos Aires Beach, an open-air coastal space to enjoy the freshness of the river and the activities that are organized daily.

Days and Hours

The use of the beaches and the facilities are free and open. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday and Holidays from 10 am to 8 pm.

Last day of operation: February 28.

Where is?

Buenos Aires Beach is located in the facilities of Parque de los Niños, in the Nuñez neighborhood.

To get to Buenos Aires beach, you can take the Mitre train from Retiro to Tigre and get off at Rivadavia station. From there you have to walk a few blocks to the place.

buenos aires beachThere are also some buses that arrive from different parts of the city such as 130, 15 and 29. For all lines it is necessary to get off at Av. Libertador at the General Paz Bridge and walk there.


A little history

Buenos Aires is a coastal city, founded on the banks of the Río de la Plata. In the 19th century, citizens used to enjoy the riverside as there were spas to bathe and refresh.

Years passed and Buenos Aires began to turn its back on the river. Pollution increased and people’s interest dropped. Fortunately, a few years ago, works began to be carried out so that the river can once again be the protagonist and so that citizens can enjoy the great Río de la Plata.



Faced with the COVID-19 situation, we ask you to take into account the protocols and stay informed. The use of masks is mandatory, as well as social distancing. Let’s take care of each other!


Bonus Track

Other places to enjoy the river, which we already talked about are:

Patio de los Lecheros

Patio de los Lecheros, a great gastronomic space located in the center of Caballito neighborhood.

It is a free proposal, organized by the Government of the City of Buenos Aires, just 30 minutes far from the Center. For that reason, you have many ways to get there!

patio de los lecherosThe purpose of its creation was to spread quality gastronomic culture and live music.

In addition, the space has sale of different products and games for children. During the weekends you can enjoy musical proposals by different DJs and bands of all musical styles.

It is an excellent option to mix the outdoors, entertainment and gastronomy, all in one place!

Located in Av. Tte. Gral. Donato Álvarez 175 (and Bacacay street).

patio de los lecherosTo get to the Patio de los Lecheros you can take different public transport. The following buses arrive from the Center of Buenos Aires: 86, 132, 8, 5 and 7.

The fastest way to get there is through Subway Line A (the light blue line). You can take it at Plaza de Mayo and get off at Carabobo Station. This station ends at Av. Rivadavia, and from there it is only a couple of blocks to reach this beautiful giant patio.

Currently, it is closed for administrative reasons, but we do not want to stop mentioning it in case it is solved and reopens.

Here we leave you the map with the location of the Patio de los Lecheros

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Fratello: Av. Coronel Diaz 1521
Scannapieco: Av. Niceto Vega 4983


Diechi: Av. Santa Fe 1278
Buffala: Av. Pueyrredón 2100


Cadore: Av. Corrientes 1695
Podio: Lavalle 992


Dylan: Peru 1086

Check the map of all the Gelato Parlors adhered