Parque Centenario is the name given to the area located in the blocks bordering the park of the same name, between Av Díaz Vélez, Patricia Argentinas, Campichuelo and Angel Gallardo, in the Caballito district, I must say that "Parque Centenario" is not formal neighborhood of Buenos Aires if not a popular name.
The park is named the "neighborhood" has a diversity of species of trees and plants, it can be seen in several monuments, a small artificial lake and recreational games. It is also important to mention that the park provides the neighborhood busy with its amphitheater offers performances throughout the summer for all public for free and fair, which runs during the weekends where you can buy all sorts of crafts and objects, as well it is common for people living nearby in the same exercise performed.
The park has a shallow lake with fountains, and has recently been refurbished as part of "Recovery Campaign Landscape Areas of the City of Buenos Aires", as part of that renewal can be observed in biological island living ducks and swans belonging to the lake park.
Near the park are the Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales Bernardino Rivadavia, Marie Curie Cancer Hospital, Scientific Research Institute Foundation Leloir Institute, Argentina Association Friends of Astronomy, and so on.
Parque Centenario is currently fenced and can be accessed between 8 and 20 hours.