The Costanera Rafael Obligado Avenue, known as Costanera Norte, runs bordering the Río de la Plata for about 5 kilometers, in some lands won to the River from 1924. It is born in the Dock F of the Port of Buenos Aires, but the ideal route for sports or walking begins at the intersection with Salguero Avenue and reaches the access to the University City.
Along the route we will find very varied and disparate spaces such as Costa Salguero and Punta Carrasco, leisure places where there are fashion pubs and discos, among which stands out Pasha Buenos Aires. In addition, the Holy Land Theme Park, first in the world with the history of Christianity as a central theme.
Sports centers such as the Driving of the Argentine Golf Association and the Manuel Belgrano Park (former KDT Circuit). The Fishermen's Club, born in 1903, with its Anglo-Norman-style building declared a National Historic Landmark, which is located on a pier on the River and has a restaurant.
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We also find the Jorge Newbery Metropolitan Airpark, which operates domestic flights and to neighboring countries. Neighbor of Aeronautical Museum, where the hot air balloon that Newbery used to cross the Andes Mountains is exposed.
Many fishermen with their rods, walkers and athletes enjoy a wonderful offer of green spaces, rest and recreation where stopping to contemplate the panorama of the coast. With a place for reflection, in the Memory Park, where different artistic works remind the disappeared by the military dictatorship.
In the last segment of the Avenue is the famous gastronomic pole known as “Los Carritos” which brings together the best establishments in the city. A range that includes traditional grills and international cuisine.
To reach we can approach with the buses of the lines 34, 37, 130 and 160.