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Parks & nature in Tigre Partido

Theme Park
“You can get to Tigre by using the train from the train station called Retiro. Experience Argentina by train.”
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Art Museum
“The building itself is worth visiting. Its the natural end of the Paseo victorica walk. Its a frech palace built for parties and social events by the Anchorena´s. The garden is very well kept, peaceful and empty during the week, crowded in weekends.”
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Park
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Park
“Located in the northeast of the city, is one of the parks opened more recently, with a privileged view of the River of the Silver. By its proximity to the coast and the wind that usually blows there, is one of the preferred spaces for lovers of the kegs (can be rented on the spot). In addition, the park has, in its 32 hectares, a great variety of species of native birds such as the Chingolo, El Benteveo and bellbird, among others. Has ample free parking, various bike paths, areas for recreational games with sandboxes, OTHER with trees and tables for picnic, a coastal road (from which you can watch the boats sail the Rio de la Plata) and A footbridge that connects the park with the City of Vicente López in the province of Buenos Aires. Also hay nursing services, bathrooms, drinking fountains and kiosks. Buenos Aires Playa During the summer, the Government of the City launches Buenos Aires Buenos Aires Programme Playa, in the Install that within the Children's Park, artificial sand beaches umbrellas against, beach chairs, showers and organizes various sports activities for families enjoy the sun and the outdoors. free connection: There is also an Internet through a network of wi fi. Days and times: 8 1 January March 1. Tuesday one Sunday from 10 to 20h. Walk the neighborhoods most emblematic and find out all the activities of the City in the Cultural Agenda.”
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Park
“A collection of Victorian mansions along the waterfront of Río Lujan. This is one of the prettiest parts of Tigre, and you will find many people sunbathing along the shore here.”
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Nature Preserve
“Small yet very special place where they tried to keep the natural plants and ecosystem from the Delta. Worth the visit. It is free. There are fixed times where you can have a guided tour, tips: depending on weather and river water level, some areas might be closed.”
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Park
“Lugar para caminar, andar en bicicleta, patinar o realizar un pic-nic en familia”
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Park
“Train to Buenos Aires City (Public transportation, safe & fast). Also goes to Tigre city”
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Park
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Restaurant
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“Es un lugar especial para disfrutar de la naturaleza y avistajes de animales silvestres.”
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Fast Food Restaurant
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“El gran espacio verde de Vicente López, y uno de los más extensos de Buenos Aires. Ideal para actividades deportivas (correr, caminar, patinar) y recreativas al aire libre. Hay también espectáculos y clases gratuitas organizadas por la municipalidad. En la semana hay más gente a la tarde-noche que durante el día porque hay grupos de gimnasia al aire libre. El fin de semana hay bastante gente si el día está lindo.”
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Plaza
“esta cercada,el pasto es hermoso para sentarse y tomar mates.hay juegos para niñez.hay arboles hermosos!!”
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Park
“Park next to the river. 2km wide. Nice to chill, walk, run or bike. There are some restaurants too. ”
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Park
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Other Great Outdoors
“Lo mas lindo de Tigre... para recorrer, caminar y disfrutar del paisaje del Delta a margenes del Río Luján...”
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