This park encompasses a small city block in downtown Mendoza. It has impressive statues, (Romulus and Remus?) and tributes to Italian ancestors and immigrants. There is a large fountain in the center and structures with wisteria growing. This is a nice place to rest your weary feet.
Strolling through Mendoza, we found this quiet little square very peaceful, with the fountain cooling us down a little and benches inviting us to a welcome break after two hours or so of walking. Liked the statues Of Romulus and Remus, liked no commercial enterprises on the premises. Just sit down, relax and enjoy the peace and quiet..
The plazas are central to social life in much of So. America. This was near our hotel, and my spouse and I were always intrigued walking through the plaza after our evening meal. People were out, kids were playing, dogs being walked, and music being made on one side. It was nice, just nice to enjoy.
This is the smallest of the neighbourhood plazas and the most enjoyable in my mind. Bordered by tall trees, It's well laid out with a mix of grass and walkways featuring classic Roman columns that anchor the focus for the overall space. It felt refreshing to simply stroll through it on a hot day.