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Avenida Adolfo Berro

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Free

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Free, Parks and Gardens, Sightseeing Type
1 to 2 hours Time to Spend

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  • 0.0Food Scene
  • 4.5Atmosphere

When you tire of meandering down the bustling Avenue Libertador, take respite at the city's tranquil rose garden. Located in Palermo Woods (also known as Parque Tres de Febrero), this lush green space bursts with color thanks to more than 1,000 species of roses found here. The Rose Garden exudes a Zen-like charm similar to Paris' Tuileries. The path extends into to a serene Poet's Garden and features an Andalusian patio, teeming with colorful tiles imported from Seville.

One TripAdvisor user exclaims "This area is beautiful, relaxing and charming worth several photos and pleasant to walk through or roller skate around."

The sprawling green space is divided into an array of smaller, easily accessible green areas (think Central Park). You can reach Palermo Woods via subte Line D to Plaza Italia. Access to the garden is free. Visitors can explore the garden every day between April and October from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. From November through March, the garden is open from 8 a.m. to 8p.m. To learn more, visit the Rose Garden's page on the City of Buenos Aires website.

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Most travelers agree vibrant Palermo is a comfortable place to stay with easy access to public transportation and authentic restaurants. "Safe, fun, great food, trendy […]. While Recoleta still receives all the referrals Palermo was for us a better representation of what Argentina was really like," claims one TripAdvisor user. There's plenty to do in Palermo. The only question is where to start. You can reach Palermo easily via subte Line D to Bulnes.

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