Best Places La Plata

Best Places La Plata, a complete guide to everything you can visit in this beautiful place in Buenos Aires.

It is one of the most striking spaces, given its diagonal design and perfectly thought-out structure before its creation. It is located to the South of the Metropolitan Region and is the Capital of Buenos Aires.

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Park of the City

Park of the City, a giant space for you to enjoy during the weekend.

It is a huge green space, where you will find forests with native trees and a space for recreational use so you can enjoy a full day outdoors!

It has many activities to do, a variety of species of flora and fauna, as well as lakes with fish that provide a very harmonious and natural landscape.

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Doctor Nicolás Avellaneda Park

Doctor Nicolás Avellaneda Park, all the information about one of the largest parks in the city of Buenos Aires.

With an area of ​​30 hectares, it is located in the Marcelo T. de Alvear neighborhood, surrounded by the neighborhoods of Flores, Villa Luro and Mataderos, areas further away from the tourist centers of the city.

It has an enormous wealth of flora and fauna, more than 25 species of birds, as well as sculptures and many attractions for you to enjoy a whole day outdoors!

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Passages of Buenos Aires

Passages of Buenos Aires, a tour of the shortest streets of the city, but with a different charm.

Walking through Buenos Aires can become a charming experience, as well as unique, when we discover a passage or a palace or a building that stands out from the rest. As Tango says, the streets of Buenos Aires have a “what do I know” that makes them picturesque and extremely attractive.

Here, we want to give you a tour of the renowned passages of Buenos Aires, which will inspire and captivate you. Actually, there are more than a hundred passages in the city, but here we bring you an area so that you can visit several in the same day.

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North Coast Buenos Aires

North Coast Buenos Aires, all the information so that you can enjoy this totally free space in the City of Buenos Aires!

Planned as a walk in the open air while Alvear was president of Argentina. It is a corridor that runs parallel to the Río de la Plata and connects the Recoleta and Ciudad Universitaria neighborhoods, crossing the Palermo neighborhood.

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