The Rosedal Park, also known as the Jardin de las Rosas (Rose Garden), is a scenic attraction located in Palermo neighborhood in Buenos Aires. Tortuous paths colorful welcome visitors with tens of thousands of roses of various types that can be seen strolling or sitting in a green wooden benches that line the various streets. In the park you can admire numerous works of art, for example, the sculptures of poets and writers like Shakespeare's world famous and Jorge Luis Borges (one of Argentina's national treasures), located precisely in the Garden of the Poets. Strolling through the park, visitors may encounter in a beautiful Andalusian courtyard, donated by the city of Seville in 1929: here it will be impossible not to be charmed by the beautiful arbor, the charming gazebo and the equally fantastic tiled fountain. Another large arbor follows the contour of the lake, from which boats are hired that allow visitors to enjoy unique moments and unforgettable. As if that were not enough, here you can also enjoy views of the Lovers' Bridge built in greek style, or another small bridge that leads to a beautiful island in the middle of the park. A colorful oasis surrounded by peace and tranquility ideal to cool off while reading a book sitting on a bench or while walking enjoying the stunning scenery unique. In short, El Rosedal is a must for travelers to visit in Argentina's capital.