Anyone who’s spent any time in Buenos Aires will be able to tell you that ice cream plays a key role in Argentina’s food culture. You can hardly walk a block without passing several ‘heladerías’. So here’s a little guide to tell you everything you could possibly need to know about ice cream in Argentina
If you are studying Spanish in Buenos Aires and looking to get some exercise into your schedule you may have a tough time finding somewhere to exercise, other than a gym, in the city.Rather than jogging down the car filled streets, head to one of Buenos Aires beautiful parks and jog among tree-lined paths and in the fresh air.
Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods)
This big, beautiful, and popular park, located in Palermo, is perfect to jog, rollerblade, or bike ride along its long grassy paths. The park also features a small lake that offers rowboats for hire.
Jardin Botanico Carlos Thays
Another park in Palermo, this park has winding paths under a roof of beautiful old trees. There are many different paths to take and wide range of flora, making this place perfect for a quiet jog.
Located in Caballito, this new park to Buenos Aires is safe, clean, and one of the few that does not permit dogs on the premises, and the residents of Caballito exercise, relax, and play sports here.There is a small lake in the middle that makes for a nice stretch or rest spot.
Reserva Ecologia Costanera Sur
Near to Puerto Madero, this ecological reserve covers a large amount of green space, is home to hundreds of birds, and is outfitted with great walking and jogging trails. There are a few access points in Puerto Madero and once you get to know the area, there are numerous different trails you can take every time you jog.
Exercising outside is a great way to relax after your Spanish Classes in Buenos Aires!
Looking for jogging buddies? Ask other students to participate in group jogs during the week.