Buenos Aires, Argentina – The rose garden is located in the heart of Bosques de Palermo (officially called Tres de Febrero Park), and was created by the famous landscaper Carlos Thays in 1914. It has several different parts to it, and most who have visited swear that you could wander the park forever without ever getting bored.
The paths are made of red gravel, and the meander casually through the different areas of the garden. Roses abound, of course, creating splashes of color all around, and a beautifully fragrant air. Nearly 1,200 different species of roses are featured, for a total of over 15,000 rose bushes. Park benches are scattered throughout, perfect for taking a break to sit and enjoy your surroundings.
In the center of the Rosedal you’ll find the Garden of Poets, which has busts of many of the greatest poets to ever live, including Shakespeare and Argentina’s famous Jorge Luis Borges. This is the perfect place for reading your favorite poetry book, surrounded by tranquility.