Rivadavia Park, in the heart of the Caballito neighborhood, is like its green lung of pure air. Cut with the structure of so many buildings.
Here, you will find a large fair for used books, records and magazines available every day of the week. And, to keep in mind, you will find the cheapest prices!
Rivadavia Park has 6 hectares in total, with large sculptures and has a playground for the little ones. On weekends, you can also find a specific event such as outdoor classes or some fairs.
It is ideal for a day of relaxation in the grass, a picnic and enjoying a great walk!
Rivadavia Park is also the birthplace of the neighborhood’s athletes, so you are going to bump into several walkers and runners.
In addition, you will find bars and restaurants for all tastes around you or a couple of blocks away. 4 blocks from Rivadavia Park, is the renowned Caballito Village, which has movie theaters, places and food places. Given the situation of COVID-19, their entry and stay is based on current protocols.
Inside, you will find an imposing monument to the Liberator Simón Bolívar, as well as the Monument to the Mother of Luis Perlotti.
Admission is free, but it has an opening hours from 8am to 9pm, every day!
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