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3 green spaces in Buenos Aires, Argentina that will make you want to pack your bags immediately

3 green spaces in Buenos Aires, Argentina that will make you want to pack your bags immediately

Are you planning on visiting Buenos Aires, Argentina? If so, do not miss the opportunity to check out these 3 fantastic green spaces!

1) Palermo Botanical Garden

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The Palermo Botanical Garden is one of the largest and most famous botanical gardens in the world. Located within a huge space of over 150 acres, it is home to over 13,000 plant species. The garden was first established back in 1887 by an Italian nobleman named Domingo Fortunato de Elizalde.

2) Plaza Dorrego

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Named after a 19th-century Argentine rancher and legislator, Plaza Dorrego is one of the oldest plazas in Buenos Aires and has been used as a horse market since 1806. The plaza is situated on the site of a Franciscan monastery dating back to 1607. Today it’s home to many restaurants and cafés, cultural organizations, and performance venues. The plaza also hosts some of the city’s best tango shows.

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3) Parque Lezama

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The Parque Lezama is one of the largest parks in the city. It’s located on the intersection of Avenida Libertador General San Martín and Avenida Del Libertador and features a large lake with a promenade for leisurely strolls and bike rides. The park also has an open-air theater with concerts, dance performances and theater productions.

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