The park on February 3rd was built to commemorate the first victory of the cavalry regiment led by Saint Martin on February 3rd, 1813. There are 1.5 roses in the park and the colors are gorgeous, so it is also called the "rose park". The park is lined with trees, lakes and islands are intertwined, and there is a 20-meter-high monument nearby, built by the descendants of Hispanics to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the independence of Argentina.
Beautiful oversized park, great for getting up early / running / exercising! My friend and I often walk along this beautiful park. Very huge walking route around a great lake with beautiful landscape architecture and good lighting. There are always lots of people here and you feel safe. You can get a free choice from a 15 minute walk to a few hours through several different cities and natural sights. It is connected to Bosques de Palermo Park, but because the park is far away, it is not so crowded and there are not many tourists. We walked for almost an hour and a half (about 10 km). Don't miss this park during your stay in Buenos Aires (Palermo area).
Palermo Bosques is a very famous park in Buenos Aires and the couple will definitely love it, it is worth a visit, the views are much better than in summer, easy to get to by bus or drive, missed this attraction before, today, It was a pleasant experience, but a regret.
A park in downtown Buenos Aires, commemorating the March of the St. Martin Cavalry regiment on February 3, 1813. It is also called Rose Park, and the interior is picturesque and tree-lined.
Palermo Park is a beautiful place to relax in Argentina, surrounded by high-end residential areas to get a sunny day!