The mosThe most beautiful park in Buenos Aires city. Designed by the famost paisajist Charles Thays, it combines local and exotics trees, lakes, spanish garden, the roses garden, japanesse garden, botonial garden, the historical zoo, and so on. It is the perfect place to run, bike, trekking, and enjoy the nice weather.t beautiful park in Buenos Aires city.
Parque Tres de Febrero is a must see if you go to Buenos Aires. Make sure that you don't miss the Greek Bridge and the rose gardens. Of course, stop to smell them - they smell as good as they look. Go during sunset and you're sure to get some really good photos. There are lots of activities around the... 更多
A nice place to walk, jog or bike while you are adventuring on the upper part of Buenos Aires. Make sure you visit the Japanese Garden and the Rosedal!
We rented bikes nearby and biked all through the lovely trails. The sculptures are often marked and the atmosphere was comfortable..
If you have some spare time this is a nice green area to walk around, which makes a change from the bustling, busy areas of Buenos Aires. However there are better parks in the city and some areas of it seemed dirty. The rose garden and Japanese Garden are nice distractions, but are nothing spectacular.
Buenos Aires is not really a 'green' city, by way of many parks. Lots of tree-lined streets, but fewer green spaces. Nice to enjoy the open space
What a beautiful park, with plenty of things going on. Also a peaceful area in the February garden which is simply wonderful. Lots of flowers a huge lake and ducks .......something for everyone.
Definitely worth the visit if you need a break from the "don't miss touristy" destinations (e.g. Boca, La Recoleta Cemetary) and want to escape to green peaceful pastures! Feb 3 Park spans a huge area northwest of Plaza Italia. We only made it to the Jardin Japones (Japanese Garden), the Jardin de Rosas (Rose garden), and the park stretches between... 更多