Buenos Aires Travel Guide
Buenos Aires Kids Attractions
For many children travelling in Buenos Aires, the chaos and hum
and drum of the city can be quite intimidating, but look just a
little further and you''ll find an attraction tucked away in almost
every corner and in just about every
(neighbourhood). Buenos Aires is a great city to
explore by foot, but for the more active, it is also extremely
bicycle-friendly. Rent a bike and pedal your way round the leafy
suburbs and side streets stopping off for the occasional
attraction. Take the kids to the Nueve de Julio Avenue, claimed to
be the widest avenue in the world, and admire the 220-foot-tall
(67metre) obelisk in the centre, marking the heart of Buenos Aires.
Or for a slightly more cultural experience, take a stroll in
Recoleta with the children past the Floralis Gen?İrica, a working
metal sculpture of a flower that opens and closes with the sun -
the kids will be in awe! For those days when the sun isn''t shining,
head to one of the many indoor playgrounds or museums dotted around
the city, such as the Museo de Los Ninos, or even the Galileo
Galilei Planetarium where children will have a great time
stargazing and learning about the solar system.
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