The Museo Larreta exhibits Spanish art and historical objects. As for the museum itself, it showcases a kind of jumbled offering - a wall with medieval weaponry, a room with Jesus Christ at the front. I was a bit confused about the specific theme the curator was going for. BUT, the garden behind the museum building is absolutely charming. I walked past the somewhat arbitrary museum pieces, out the back door, and found myself facing a beautifully manicured maze of flora. Fruit trees, bushes, and the great ombu tree. A stone pavilion and a small theater set aside. It's so tranquil and pretty.
So, how to get there: Belgrano is next to Palermo. So you can hop on the Subte D line to Juramento. It's on the corner of Juramento and Obligado de Vuelta. You can check out: www.museos.buenosaires.gov.ar/larreta_entornoes.html.
A lido complex with three swimming pools, tennis courts, crazy golf and other outdoor entertainment.
BA can be really hot in the summer and most hotels don't have pools. This is a great place to cool off with the locals - the nearest thing to a beach in BA. Tip - wear dark glasses. You won't be able to keep your eyes off the Argies.
Towels, locker and lounger for approximately £2 per day.
On the Av Constanera. Opposite the Aeroparque Jorge Newberry on the shoreline of the Rio del Plata.
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