One of the most family friendly parks in the city it has a lake, a nice whitewashed bridge, and a track running around it.You can rent little paddle boats and cruise around the lake or rent roller blades and cruise around the track.
If the ‘beach’ isn’t your thing Tigre also has the famed ‘Mercado de Frutos’ which is actually a craft market.
Or, for the more daring soul, there is an amusement park complete with cotton candy and candy apple vendors.
It is also home to the Rose Gardens where you can see, when in bloom, over 12,000 different examples of various types.
The great thing about this park is that every weekend there is something going on, be it a dance show, a gymnast clown, or a man in drag on roller blades lipsynching to Diana Ross there is no end to the eye/ear candy.
The seem to have no problem with it and dive right in.
The beach also has asado pits and a bar/restaurant with decent food at good prices.Ever notice that when you try to purchase airline tickets in Argentina for domestic flights, it asks you if you are an Argentine National?If you say “no” and use the website for your respective country, the prices are nearly double!Participants spend 10 minutes with each partner speaking 5 minutes in English and 5 in Spanish.You can talk about whatever you want and it’s a great way to meet people.Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries.