Temaiken was born from the combination of two Tehuelche words, Tem (earth) and Aiken (life), and it suggests the respect ... More
Temaiken was born from the combination of two Tehuelche words, Tem (earth) and Aiken (life), and it suggests the respect these indigenous communities had for nature. Located only 30 miles from downtown Buenos Aires, the expansive Temaiken zoo occupies 85 acres of beautifully forested land. Strolling through the paths of this amazing park you can appreciate almost 5000 animals belonging to over 400 species living in carefully reconstructed habitats. Be sure to check out the fascinating Aquarius. It's divided in three main sectors (marine coast, fresh water and Seawater) and harbors an impressive array of fauna, from sharks and manta rays to tapirs and turtles. Temaiken also has a comfortable food court and world-class infrastructure, making it the ideal option for a great family outing. You can plan an educational outing or a corporate visit or even celebrate you're birthday here.
This old town hall contains old maps that date from 1709 and 1713 when the city had only 500 acres
(today there are more than 40,000). A work of the French painter Leonie Mathis depicts the Revolution of May ...
We are located in the heart of the most elegant, safe, commercial and residential area of Buenos Aires. Just a
few meters from the mainest avenues: 9 de Julio and Santa Fe, where you will find the best luxury ...
We are a small hotel recently restored and strategically located in Buenos Aires city. Close to Florida Street and Corrientes
Avenue, we are near Galerias Pacifico, Colon Theatre, Obelisc, Floating Casino, Restaurants and other tourist, cultural and financial centres.Our ...