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.

Park of the CityIt also has an amphitheater in honor of Antonio Gaudí, a library, sculptures and murals, as well as an Andalusian patio.

With more than 200 varieties of native tree species, here you will find a beautiful space to have a picnic and enjoy the almost 70 hectares of the place.

It is an excellent area to enjoy with the family, with a great security infrastructure and services, as well as a huge range of sports and cultural activities. Through the streets and internal paths that this Park has, you can cycle, run in the athletics circuits, walk and do physical activity outdoors.

It has a Space Tower, considered one of its most important attractions, with 208 meters high, being the tallest tower in the country. It has a viewpoint at a height of 176 meters. Currently, the visit to this tower is suspended.

Park of the CityThe Park of the City is located in the neighborhood of Villa Lugano, in the south of the City of Buenos Aires. You can access with different bus lines, as well as with the Premetro. If you go by car, the park has parking on Avenida Fernández de la Cruz 4000.

It opens on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. In case of rain, it closes without prior notice.

Due to the protocols in force in the face of the global situation of COVID-19, the entrance is with a restricted capacity of 300 people on the premises, as well as the activities within the park. The use of face masks is mandatory, in addition to not presenting symptoms of the virus and maintaining a minimum distance of 1.5 meters.

Here we leave you their website for updated information.

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