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Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

4.3/5
20 Reviews
Garden
Address: Av. Casares & Av Figueroa Alcorta, Buenos Aires 1425, Argentina
Phone: 11/4804-4922

What people are saying:

Such a relaxing place! Bus 39 on Libertad between Sarmiento and Peron takes you there.

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  • irelleyoko
    irelleyoko
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    Travel

    Many bad reviews because well, the place could be cleaner etc, but having in mind that most of the buses are clean, with A/C and cheap, I actually can’t complain.

    Reviewed on /Date(1581389903000+0800)/
  • magnusviking
    magnusviking
    Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala
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    Beware..Ladrones-Thieves Everywhere!!

    I was arriving by bus from San Ignacio, Missiones in northern Argentina to Buenos Aires, terminal RETIRO on 7th April 2019 at 2pm, after a busride of 14 hours. I am 69 years old and was also very tire...

    Reviewed on /Date(1554694919000+0800)/
  • Tassaduqhussain51
    Tassaduqhussain51
    Multan, Pakistan
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    Retiro Omnibus Terminal

    Buenos Aires has a large bus terminal with nearly 80 bays from where air-conditioned luxury buses depart to every direction 24 hours a day. It is located near the Retiro metro station as well as main ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1538189982000+0800)/
  • anddurb
    anddurb
    Chicago, Illinois
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    Giant, dated, but convenient for intercity bus travel. Police told me to be on the lookout for thieves.

    Ask questions of police on duty and ticket agents, since the close to 100 gates and many bus lines can be confusing.

    Reviewed on /Date(1522282954000+0800)/
  • Warren P
    Warren P
    San Pedro Sula, Honduras
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    PROPER PRESENTATION REQUIRED HERE

    Tripadvisor please fix the headline pictures for this topic. You are primarily showing the train stations, of which there are three clustered near the Bus Station. Now about the bus station, it is an ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1494926957000+0800)/

Additional Information

Introduction

Abandon the unhinged clamor of Buenos Aires by visiting the most tranquil place in the city: the Japanese Gardens. Investigate the winding pathways, tranquil reflecting pools and peaceful statues of one of the greatest Japanese gardens on the planet. Made in 1967 by the Japanese foreigner community as a token of appreciation to their new country, Brazil, the Japanese greenery enclosures are a desert garden of tranquility. Appreciate presentations workmanship and culture at the Japanese Tea House, buy Japanese curios from on location artisans, lunch at a close-by oriental eatery or just sit and relax on the Gods Isle, the biggest island in the recreation center.
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