Carta Magna and Four Regions of Argentina
The Monument to Carta Magna and Four Regions of Argentina, one of the most renowned in the city, is a monument in white marble, commemorating the bond between Spain and Argentina. This landmark stands in the intersection of Del Libertador and Sarmiento Avenuesis, appealing to all either locals and tourists. The trail has its name for good reason!
Not only circles the famous historical statue, but this route also spans abundant parks and green paths stretching in all kinds of directions and shapes, not to mention museums, plazas, and the Interactive EcoPark Zoo.
Eleven miles of road is neither short nor long, enough for you and your buddy-bicycle to explore and enjoy the loveliness of the city’s greenery as well as history.
Well paved and smooth. Be mindful with traffic on big roads and at junctions.
Start wherever you find convenient on the loop. As this map below, the trail begins at the Republic of Mexico Square.
Food and drink
Find no further, the Selquet Restaurant & Bar is located right at where you start and finish the trip, at the intersection of La Pampa and Av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta. They have quick and friendly service, excellent food, and nice views of the street. What to expect more?
In case you want something really Argentinian, San Gennaro Deli-Roti-Shop is another recommendation. The quaint and warm atmosphere along with remarkable food are what you can say about this place.
Along with the Monument to Carta Magna and Four Regions of Argentina, gardens and parks are highlights of this trail, especially the Botánico Carlos Thays Garden. You can pedal slow or stroll around to have fresh air and take some photos. Along with the Monument to Carta Magna and Four Regions of Argentina, gardens and parks are highlights of this trail. You can pedal slow or stroll around to have fresh air and take some photos.
17.134 km / 10.647 mi
236 m / 773 ft
237 m / 776 ft
33 m / 109 ft