For the ultimate walking tour experience, we first take you to Thay’s Park, a green space known for its tranquillity, diverse plant species, and amazing sculptural works such as Marta Minujín’s United Nations Statue. The park is distinctly decorated into sections. One section is decorated with French designs, another one is oriental, and the last section, Roman designs.
We walk further to explore more of the city’s highlights, including unique landmarks, ancient buildings, and impressive architecture. We will walk by the Faculty of Law building, a neoclassical structure that houses the Fundacion Costantini collection. This Fundacion Costantini collection consists of more than 400 works such as sculptures, paintings, and drawings.
Our next destination is Galileo Galilei’s Planetarium, which looks like a UFO. Then, head to the Japanese Gardens, another beautiful green space that creates a relaxing and scenic environment thanks to its diverse plants and flowers.
We will also walk to the National Library and the National Arts Museum, where you’ll find artistic works of El Greco, Picasso, Rembrandt, Goya, and many more. Following this path, you’ll come across Monumento de Los Espanoles, an architectural monument donated by the Spanish community living in Argentina.