Bosques de Palermo is a 989- acre park located in Buernos Aires, Argentina. It is an urban setting filled with beautiful rose gardens, lakes and groves. The park was initiated in 1874 by Congressman Vicente Fidel Lopez and President Domingo Sarimiento.
Palermo was designed by architect Julio Dormal and Jordan Czeslaw. One of its most popular attractions is the Galileo Galilei Planetarium, which has an eye-catching, modern design.
Park goers can also enjoy the Municipal Velodrome, the Andalusian Patio, the Monument to the Four Argentine Regions and the Eduardo Sivori Museum. It is a great destination for walking, boating and biking.Places nearby:
Plaza de Mayo: Buenos Aires Plaza of Hope and Independence 5 km / 3 mi
Tigre's Puerto De Frutos: A Bustling, Waterfront Marketplace 22 km / 13 mi
The Parque de la Costa: Fun and Amusement in Buenos Aires 22 km / 13 mi
Museo de la Plata: Preserving the Natural History of Argentina 57 km / 35 mi
Jardin Botanico de Montevideo: Explore nature in the Prado neighborhood of Montevideo 205 km / 127 mi