Autonomous City
of Buenos Aires

A cultural beacon whose history, architecture and
gastronomy charm both local and foreign visitors.

It is the capital of Argentina, the most densely populated city in Argentina and one of the most important metropolises in The Americas.

Renowned for its strong theatrical tradition, its bookstores, movie theaters, museums and a vibrant musical scene. It is a cosmopolitan city with an eclectic and characteristic architectural heritage.

Touring the neighborhoods of Buenos Aires (also known as barrios porteños) means getting immersed in the historical-cultural diversity that distinguishes the city. Some of the best-known neighborhoods are Puerto Madero, San Telmo, San Nicolás, Monserrat, Recoleta, La Boca, Retiro, Balvanera, Belgrano and Palermo.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Buenos Aires Region

Capital

Its the capital of the country

Average annual temperature

18°C

Population

2,890,151 inhabitants

Administrative division

48 neighborhoods. The most important ones are Almagro, Balvanera, Belgrano, Caballito, Flores, Palermo, and Recoleta.

River Regime

Monthly average of 118 mm

Surface area

203 Km²

Climate

Temperate, wet

Relief

Plain

Why invest in the City of Buenos Aires?

Strategical
proposal

We show you tourist attractions, strategic connectivity, opportunity territories and associated destinations with potential to invest.

Featured
information

Learn about the reasons to invest in the City of Buenos Aires, its potential for tourism and main opportunity territories and activities.

Legal framework
and incentives

Learn about current legislation and the incentives offered by the City of Buenos Aires.

Interactive
map

Analyze the opportunities in each territory with information on tourist attractions, connectivity, tourist activity and infrastructure.

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