Buenos Aires is very loud and lots of cars, so if you looking for another place you can come visit and relax, this place is very nice
About Japanese Garden
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This touristy attraction is reasonably priced and the ground are nice but offer nothing particularly special. We did enjoy a peaceful break from our Recoleta walk around with a cool drink.
A visit to this place is a must for visitors to Buenos Aires. The gardens are varied and beautiful. There are a vast variety of Japanese plants, bushes and trees. There are ponds, lilies and Japanese style bridges. This is a relaxing space to spend...More
One of the largest Japanese gardens of its type in the world outside Japan. Nice for walk and it's quiet relaxing area.
A green oasis in the city. Well cared for gardens with an authentic feel to the whole garden. The carp are large and swim freely around.
Absolutely lovely place for a walk. Beautifully manicured gardens much like a tiny Central Park or Boston Common. Well worth the two hours to walk about and see the flora and ponds. Visitors Center is very basic but second story balcony is a great place...More
We actually ended up there because our flight was delayed and we had few hours to kill. All of us actually visited Japan, so it was hard to be amused by this place. I mean even if you've seen Central Park, you not gonna be...More