Wide and quiet residential streets shaded by overhanging trees, parks and museums
This upmarket area of Palermo, spreads between Santa Fe Av. and Libertador Av., its only a few blocks away from some of the city’s most beautiful parks.
Be it a family picnic, a couple stroll at sunset or a solo bike ride, this paradise of trees, lakes, and walking trails, featuring the Bosques de Palermo (Palermo woods), feels like BA's equivalent to Central Park. Designed by Carlos Thays, this park was inspired by London's Hyde Park and is recognized as the most vast and open green area of Buenos Aires. Inaugurated in the early 1900’s, you can also find El Rosedal (Rose Garden), with more than 1000 rose species from around the world, blooming between September and March. Outdoor activities abound surrounding the area, from music concerts to pedal boat rentals over the lake.
Another landmark of Palermo Nuevo is The Planetarium, an astronomy museum most popular for its light shows and exhibitions. This planet shaped blue building features a jaw-dropping scenario with thousands of stars.
Finally, we can find the "Monumento de los Españoles", an art nouveau eye-catching piece that stands out in the intersection of Libertador and Sarmiento Av. This monument was a donation from the Spanish community in celebration of the centenary of the Revolución de Mayo of 1810, which marked the formal beginning of Argentina's independence from Spain).
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