Parque Sarmiento
Parque Sarmiento
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Michael A
Nassau, New Providence Island1,972 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2023 • Solo
The Parque Sarmiento in Cordoba Argentina is a nice park to visit if you're in the area. However, it doesn't merit a special visit. The display of rings is interesting, but not a must-see.
Written 19 November 2023
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Jenna
516 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Solo
I dropped by Parque Sarmiento during freshers night, and boy it was PACKED! I appreciate it having all the students and young ones in the park though. They had a concert/party, and had food trucks!
Written 26 February 2020
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Goal100Countries
Cheltenham, UK599 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2019
Parque Sarmiento is the biggest park in Cordoba and is absolutely huge! It is a stunning green area offering respite from the bustling city! There is much to do and you can purchase food, drinks and coffee nearby.
Written 24 November 2019
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ecosur
Miami, FL168 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019
Inside the park there is much more than an outdoor walk surrounded by thousands of trees of all kinds.
Museums, exhibitions, a Natatorio that has just turned 100 years old perfectly preserved that will transport it to a golden age of Argentina.
A zoo, an amusement park for the family, a lot of grass to drink "mate con facturas" to feel like a local and have a rest under the trees.
It is always full young people because in their area are the best universities in Cordoba and some of the best in the country.
Definitely a pass to enjoy it for several days because only one is not enough.
Written 1 March 2019
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gapstr
Lucerne, Switzerland28 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2018
It‘s a pity that such a place is not maintained by the city. It‘s generally dirty and nothing special. It would be a large place to make something out of it but it seems like they are ruining it...

A picture attached.
Written 26 February 2018
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sarahnutmeg
San Juan Island, WA174 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Solo
Has one of the best sunset points in the city and you'll often find a group of photography students camped out to catch a glimpse of the golden hour views. There is a ferris wheel designed by the same man who did the Eiffel tower. Many of the locals use the park as a place to work-out and you'll see running, yoga, slackline, and many sports. The public pool is 30 pesos and quite large. This park is quite large and can take awhile to explore. Some places aren't very nice, but it's good to have such a large green space available.
Written 14 December 2017
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Marta G
Delmar, NY61 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2017 • Solo
I visited this park twice on weekdays. It's rather barren and includes the zoo, some founds, and a lake (ie, pond, lagoon). This part is not well-maintained and may be more fun on the weekend. If you like to watch birds, take your binoculars and take your time. Watch for parakeets building their nests, tordos, benteveos, and more.
Written 1 December 2017
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jianmarko
Mexico City, Mexico52 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2017 • Couples
The park itself is nothing special for Western world standards, the lake is just horrible, stinks, and I've never understood how can people go with the boats with all those algae. Apart from this the park is full of bars, restos, Choripan trucks and people running. Must go, for a beer in a dehor while sunbathing.
Written 23 November 2017
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Jarko2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,732 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017
This large park area isn't perhaps at it's best in the winter, but there is still a lot to see, including a small amusement park for families. The highlight is the adjacent Plaza Del Bicentario, which is in between the main park and Plaza Espana. Plaza Espana itself has seen better days and is now really just an ugly concrete ruin of what was presumably a very modern, cutting edge fountain when it was built. The Plaza Bicentario has a massive art installation of giant coloured rings, arranged in various configurations and is definitely the 'must see' area of the park. It's a great hang out for locals too. Very sadly, a lot of the rings have been defaced with graffiti, but it's still a great spot to visit.
Written 23 July 2017
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harpersinargentina
Noosaville, Australia38 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017 • Family
we found this park to be a lovely place to sit and relax. You won't go hungry or thirsty there is almost always a street vendor walking by or the more permanent ones set up in along the road sides. You can take a little paddle boat out around the little lake which looked a but chocked with weeds but nice and green. All in all the day here was very enjoyable. Fun is made not found.
Written 6 February 2017
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