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Carlos Thays Botanical Garden: A Green Oasis in the Heart of Buenos Aires

Carlos Thays Botanical Garden: A Green Oasis in the Heart of Buenos Aires

Longing for a breath of fresh air? Uncover the Carlos Thays Botanical Garden, a verdant sanctuary tucked away in bustling Buenos Aires. Immerse yourself in a vibrant tapestry of life, marvel at over 5,500 botanical wonders, and escape into a tranquil haven amidst the urban sprawl.

March 4, 2024

Buenos Aires, Argentina – March 8, 2024 – The Carlos Thays Botanical Garden, located in the heart of Palermo, is a green oasis that invites visitors to immerse themselves in a microcosm of biodiversity. Founded in 1898 by French landscaper Carlos Thays, this 7-hectare space houses a collection of over 5,500 plant species from different regions of the planet.

A  Botanical Journey around the World

Walking through its winding paths, the Botanical Garden becomes a passport to the flora of the five continents. From the majesty of the imperial palms to the fragrance of the climbing roses, passing through the grandeur of the centuries-old trees and the delicacy of the tropical orchids, each step invites you to discover a new natural treasure.

A  Heaven of Peace and Knowledge

Beyond its botanical wealth, the Carlos Thays Botanical Garden is configured as a space for peace and learning. Five greenhouses, including an Art Nouveau style greenhouse awarded at the 1900 Paris Universal Exposition, house exotic species and offer a unique microclimate.

A Space for Everyone to Enjoy

The Botanical Garden is an ideal place to go for a family walk, take pictures, enjoy a picnic or simply relax surrounded by nature. Guided tours, educational workshops and cultural activities are offered for all ages, making it a space for learning and exchange.

A Priceless Legacy for the City

Declared a National Historical Monument in 1996, the Carlos Thays Botanical Garden is a priceless heritage for the city of Buenos Aires. Its commitment to the conservation of biodiversity, environmental education and the promotion of the enjoyment of nature make it an essential space for the community.



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