This Saturday there will be races from noon. In addition, from Friday to Sunday there will be a Bioferia, and between May 20 and 28 there will be five recitals by Tini Stoesselwhich already sold out all locations.
Gastronomic fairs of different themes are held monthly. Also, there are weekly sports proposals from the hand of Adidas Runners; yoga and dance classes taught by Dafne Schilling; and Zumba sessions coordinated by Jesica Cirio.
In turn, all the entertainment activities can be accompanied by the various gastronomic options: Huff invites you to discover the pleasure of craftsmanship with a wide variety of beers at La París; the incredible terrace of Tucson is the ideal place to taste the best American food with incredible views of the slopes; and La Isla de Battuta that runs in the center of the track with a unique view, surrounded by lagoons.
Without a doubt, it is an ideal place to share good moments with family, friends, or to disconnect completely, and connect with nature and the sunsets it offers.
About the Hippodrome of Palermo
The Palermo Hippodrome is an emblematic 56-hectare estate that was inaugurated on May 7, 1876 as the first formal equestrian center in Argentina. Today it has become an icon of Buenos Aires culture with 146 years of history, and was declared an architectural heritage of the City. It is part of the Palermo tourist circuit together with El Rosedal, La Rural, the Japanese Garden, the Botanical Garden and the Planetarium.
The venue is currently made up of four well-known grandstands: Paddock, Official, Special and New. The Official Tribune is the most outstanding, and was declared a Historical Heritage of the City for its impressive architecture and excellent location. In addition, between the Official and the Paddock, you can see the imposing clock that was manufactured in Tangerhütte (Germany) especially for the Palermo Hippodrome and is over 100 years old.
Another iconic space of the Hippodrome is the Round of Exhibition, there the horses are shown to the public before each race. The circle surrounds the tunnel of the jockeys who, after preparing to run in the changing rooms and putting on their jackets, come out of the tunnel and mount the horses to go out on the track.
Regarding the tracks that stand out within the Hippodrome, on the one hand, there is the main sand track that is considered one of the best in the world, it measures 2,400 meters long by 28 wide and up to 21 horses can compete on it. On the other, the grass track that has a dimension of 2,200 meters long by 20 wide.
The Palermo Hippodrome is open all year round, from Monday to Sunday, 24 hours a day, with free admission. Its large Urban Park brings together history, tradition, innovation, architecture, tourism, security, gastronomy and a wide range of entertainment for the whole family. It is a meeting point for the entire community, as well as the favorite place for important events of social and cultural life.
Schedule of activities during May
- Bioferia: May 6, 7 and 8 from 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The largest sustainability and responsible consumption event in Latin America will be held for the second time at the Palermo Hippodrome. There will be workshops, talks, live music workshops, and entrepreneurs will participate.
- ChoriFest food fair: May 14 and 15, from 12 noon to 12 midnight, with free admission through Avenida Libertador and Dorrego. There will be a variety of food trucks with different options of chori breads, also vegetarian, drinks, and sweets.
- Recital of Tini Stoessel at the Hippodrome of Palermo: May 20, 21, 22, 17 and 28 will be presented live in the center of the track.
- Adidas Runners: all the Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. the Adidas Runners program is carried out by professional coaches.
The workouts are aimed at all levels and are based on four key pillars of performance: mental preparation, nutrition, movement and recovery.
Registration is free through the Adidas Running by Runtastic app.
- Zumba with Jessica Cirio: On May 25, at 6:00 p.m., a new Zumba class will arrive coordinated by Jesica Cirio where you can train and have fun dancing different musical rhythms.
- Moving Intent: Dafne Schilling conducts monthly yoga classes and dances with a community of women who seek to release their emotions through movement. From 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.: Wednesday, May 11 and 18; Thursday 26 and Friday 27.