Studying Spanish in Buenos Aires and Looking to Spend Some Time Out in the Outdoors?
Spanish students can put their Spanish books down and take a break from their Spanish classes in Buenos Aires to check out 4 of the city’s great outdoor places!
This enormous park, made up of a total of 350 hectares can be visited any day, anytime of the year. The area is divided into four areas; the woods, the lagoons, the marshlands, and the river plate banks. The park is an ecological micro-system and visitors will have the opportunity to spot wildlife, see various types of plant species, and just enjoy nature.
Neighborhood: Costanera Sur
With over 80 hectares of land, the Jockey Club features two 18 hole golf courses, a driving range, and a club house complete with dining room, bar, spa, and terraces with a panoramic view. Non-members may still use many of the facilities offered, if invited by a member.
Website: Jockey Club http://www.eljockeyclub.com/
Address: Avenida Alvear 1345
Martina Polo Ranch
250 hectares of land are dedicated to the breeding of ponies, polo training sessions, and polo matches, as well as a place to enjoy horseback riding, swimming, and paddle. This is a place to see and be seen in Buenos Aires.
Website: Martina Polo Ranch http://www.lamartinapolo.com.ar/
Neighborhood: Vicente Casares
Palermo Golf Lakes
Located in the Parque 3 de Febrero, this 22 hectare public course is one of the city’s most famous golf courses and the site for various international competitions. If you love golf, this is the place to play! All equipment can be rented on site.