(Photo by Flodigrip’s world)
Buenos Aires is known for it’s lush parks, and its no wonder given the port-city’s wonderful sunny climate that makes it ideal for outdoor wandering.
Inaugurated in 2007, Parque Mujeres Argentinas, in Puerto Madero, is one of the newest green spaces in the city and with its amphitheater, rose bushes, and variety of trees, it is a great place to stop after a decadent lunch and a stroll by the river.
The park is intended as a sort of monument to Argentine women, along with Puerto Madero’s famous Puente de la Mujer, and the neighborhood’s streets, which are all named after famous local women. Lola Mora‘s Nereid’s Fountain is also nearby as is the Ecological Reserve.
Parque Mujeres Argentinas is located on Juana Manso between M. Sáenz and M. Lynch.