Skyline reminds of New York but instead of Central Park a nature reservation is in front of it. Loved the smell of fresh flowers saw otter like animals and a lot of birds. Such an unexpected piece of nature in the heart of the city.
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Spent a half day exploring this lovely park. So close to the heart of the city yet fairly wild and quiet. Shared its many paths with joggers and bici fans as I birdwatched for hours. I must say, Buenos Aires has done a great job...More
A really nice place to go for a jog, it's quiet and green. There are several path options from 2 to 6 miles. Very close from the Puerto Madero and centro hotels...
This is truly one of my favorite places to go in Buenos Aires. There are several different "trails" through the reserve, and they take from 45 minutes to several hours to complete. One takes you right to the "beach" of the Rio de la Plata,...More
This is a nice park right off central BA. You can make a nice day combining Puerto Madero and coming here. The walking trails in full take about 3-4 hours to do and I did the grand trail. There wasn't that much wildlife but got...More
Well shaded, nice trails/paths, great views of the water and marsh, flat terrain, decent birding, and popular. Good staff presence and excellent restroom. Does not open early, only at 9 or 10 AM.
This is an area where you can walk, sit, run, bicycle, etc. It is a protected area for flora and fauna. It is right on the river, over the bridge from Puerto Madero and a bit down the road.
Reserva Ecologica is the breathing point of Buenos Aires metropol. It is like an oasis in the city where you have a chance to have a walk or run. In the weekends the place is full of locals who go there for exercising. You can...More
I recommend it to all that sportive and family people who want to enjoy a long and good walk around the border of the coast, the staff of the park is really attentive and in good hours of the day it is really safe. I...More
I was told about this place by a local I met in a coffee shop. Its a nice place to walk around to escape the busy Buenos Aires streets. There wasn't alot of wildlife, but a diverse range of plants. There seem to be a...More