Buenos Aires has many beautiful parks. And there are a number of interesting parks in the Palermo area. Moreover, they are located not far from each other. You can go from one to the other on foot. Take a picnic basket, a glass of mate, an interesting book, and cool off from the heat beneath the trees!
Bosques de Palermo: the largest park in the capital was declared a Cultural Heritage of Buenos Aires. Don't miss it in September when the rose garden (Rosedale) blooms with 18 thousand roses! Barrancas de Belgrano, the centennial park of Buenos Aires where tango is danced on the elegant wrought-iron bandstand, is also not to be missed. Parque Centenario is a lovely open-air area with a fountain in the middle of it. It is famous for its murals and various sculptures and surrounded by scientific institutions and some museums.
Jardín Japonés is one of the world's largest Japanese gardens. Along the paths sakura, azaleas, and Japanese maples can be seen. Enjoy a zen moment here! Jardín botánico Carlos Thays is a very beautiful garden with an old mansion in the centre. There are flower beds where various plants are grown, as well as old greenhouses and different historical sculptures. Parque Lezama: one of the largest parks of the Argentine capital with a very rich history. The main attraction of the park is a deep canyon formed after the founding of neighbouring streets. Here there is a monument to the founder of Buenos Aires, Pedro de Mendoza. Parque Rivadavia is the best destination for families with kids with its free shows on Sundays. Relax and enjoy!