I invite you to explore some of our news about the city of Buenos Aires.

The Rose Garden

The Rose Garden

The Rose Garden The Rose Garden, is the picturesque centerpiece of the sprawling Palermo Woods in Buenos Aires. Winding red gravel paths guide park-goers through more than 20,000 different rose bushes and more than a thousand species of roses in every color of the rainbow. Each brick-colored walkway is lined with green wooden benches, offering plentiful places to stop and enjoy the scenery. From evergreens to palm trees to islands of perfectly manicured lawns, the Rose Garden forms a small oasis bursting with greenery amid the concrete jungle of the city. Designed in 1914 by famous French landscaper Carlos Thays, the garden is bordered on one side by a charming lake filled with locals in small boats, and on the other side by the main bike and rollerblade path. ThePuente Blanco, literally White Bridge, is one of the most striking features of the garden. Covered in lattice work and decorative Grecian style urns, the bridge provides the grand entryway from 3 de Febrero into the Rose Garden. The garden boasts several other main highlights, namely a traditional tiled Andalucian patio, a gift from the Spanish city of Sevilla in 1929, and a charming white wooden arbor covered in rose bushes along the twisting shoreline of the lake.

«Back to news

Proud to earn The Traveller's Choice Award 2020

Your reviews helped us to earn a Certificate of Excellence