The best parks in Buenos Aires: Buenos Aires es una ciudad muy verde llena de parques y plazas que vale la pena visitar para tomar mate y pasear al sol. Wanderlust Spanish te recomienda los más lindos:
Parque Centenario: located in the geographical center of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, between Diaz Vélez, Patricias Argentinas, Leopoldo Marechal and Ángel Gallardo avenues, in the Caballito neighborhood, in a limited area with the neighborhoods of Almagro and Villa Crespo. It’s a huge and beautiful park with lakes populated with ducks, swans and colorful fish; fitness stations to work out and lots of activities to do. Ideal to spend a day at the park or to go for either a morning or night run/walk. The mile-long perimeter is a very popular joggers’ rout. The park has a Theather and you can visit and listen jazz and rock in the night
Parque Rivadavia: This is an excellent option to spend some time on a sunny day at Caballito neighbourhood. It’s location is Rivadavia Av 4900. There is an interesting fair of old books and magazines, a carroussel and games for kids.It has also wonderful trees and in the centre of the park it is the monument of Simon Bolivar.
Parque las Heras: Las Heras Park is a public park located in the Palermo neighborhood, on the border with Barrio Norte and Recoleta, all of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. This relatively recent park, with an area of almost 12 ha, is bounded by General Las Heras and Coronel Díaz avenues, and Jerónimo Salguero and Juncal streets.On the land where it is located, they function until 1962 National Penitentiary. This is a lovely place for an afternoon stroll, and the park had so many different areas to explore. There were all sorts of soccer games being played, there were little playground areas, and the carousel at the entrance.