La Rinconada Horse Track
The construction of this racecourse set a trend and subsequently there were many who imitated its spectacular style.
Known around the world.
Whether or not you are fond of horse racing, it's worth a visit to this spectacular racetrack, one of the largest in the world in 1959 when it opened. It was so innovative, in fact, that it served as a model for the construction of other racetracks around the world. Its elegant facilities were designed by the American Arthur Froelich, famous for having designed the Aqueduct Racetrack in New York, and Brazilian Roberto Burle Marz, who designed the garden. It currently accommodates 12,500 people and includes a park, playgrounds, numerous places to enjoy a drink, and even a veterinary hospital. It's the ideal place to experience the spectacular atmosphere of the races, though it also hosts concerts and events, which have occasionally brought in up to 60,000 people.