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Living here as an expat we have things we want to do just because and Tierra Santa was one of them.. I was surprised by how lovely the park is on the inside.. lovely shows and programs detailing the life of Jesus... with of course...More
Tierra Santa is a religious theme park in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was opened in 2001 over a land measuring about 18 acres, as a replica of Jerusalem of Christ period. It is claimed to be the world's first religious theme park. It is a...More
It was a beautiful saturday in summer, many visitors admiring the park; like every time I went, I feel magic inside. Atractions renew, makes more iinteresting the visit. The evening is the best time to see the park by day and night.
While I was...More
Headed here on a Friday evening in October after reading about Tierra Santa in the Lonely Planet guide and didn't quite know what to expect! We did not come away dissapointed and the park exceeded expectations. The park was quiet, save for a number of...More
I am not Christian but I went because I like quirky places and this definitely fit the bill. The theme park had life size statues of Jesus and Roman soldiers everywhere, giant dioramas of Moses and Abraham. Everyone who worked at the park was dressed...More
Some years ago, before the internet and social media power, I visited the park but I couldn't express that I really loved the way the theme religion is well treated in the park.
There're respect and knowledge about all religions to explain the very different...More
If you're in Buenos Aires, you HAVE to go to Tierra Santa. It's a weird religious theme park with amusing animatronic shows depicting the last supper and the creation of life, and there's a huge Jesus status that's resurrected several times a day. It was...More
First, if you're in Argentina, which is Spanish-speaking, don't expect everything and everyone to speak English! If that's what you want, maybe you should stick to English-speaking countries.
That said, you don't really need to be able to speak Spanish here to enjoy the experience....More
As one of the main commercial hubs of Buenos Aires, Belgrano has something for everyone. The myriad of shop windows in Cabildo Ave. will draw you in, but it is Chinatown — an area of no more than two square blocks — which will keep you hooked. Crowned by an ornate arch marking its entrance and filled with small stores packed to the brim, it is a place where colour and scent emanate from every corner, particularly
during the Chinese New Year when they spill over to surrounding areas. But if you prefer a quieter atmosphere, the residential quarter of Belgrano is the perfect destination. This section of town features some of the most magnificent mansions in the city, spread out on cobbled streets lined by tall, majestic trees: a true feast for the eyes.