- The city
Riverside and La Plata River
- La Plata river and the Riachuelo are the natural limits of the city of Buenos Aires. Moreover, the delta of Tigre and San Isidro, are popular areas of practice surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, outrigger (surf canoes).
In addition, the City of Buenos Aires has very popular Coastals which offer various recreational activities among other things:
NORTH COASTAL: we find excellent restaurants and an ideal place for sports such as swimming, golf, tennis, soccer, basketball, windsurfing and sailing. Located along Avenida Rafael Obligado.
Next to the Ecological Reserve, at Puerto Madero lies the SOUTH COASTAL which attracts crowds to its beaches, restaurants, theaters and other activities since 1918. While in 1960, it lost its popularity because of the level of pollution of the river, then between 1900 and 2000 it returned to its commons life. Its boulevards were fixed and now it is one of the most popular places visited during the day and at night and especially on weekends. Located next to the Ecological Reserve and the Natural Park, over Tristan Avenue, in Puerto Madero.
Here we see mammals, reptiles, birds and amphibians. A tour that offers a unique experience, surrounded by nature, where you can make long walks to relax, exercise, ride your bike or go for a walk or for a run. There are several natural paths that end in the river and there are guides who can teach and give information about the reservation.
This is the largest green space in the city, occupying about 350 hectares.
To reach groups: 4, 29, 33, 53, 54, 64, 86, 129, 130, 152, 154, 159, 168, 186.
- Located on the banks of the Parana River, with a delta of 320km. The perfect place to relax, meditate, practice water sports, boat trips. You can also learn about the history and culture of this city through its museums and crafts found in the famous Fruit Port. Finally, there are several inns and lodges that provide its food service and lodging. A natural place to visit when travelling through Buenos Aires.