Buenos Aires

Its landscapes are made up of Pampas plains,
sierras and the Atlantic Coast.

It is the most densely populated and largest province in Argentina. Buenos Aires combines beaches, wetlands, lakes, sea and sierras, ideal places for nature, adventure, cultural and religious tourism.

Emblematic towns such as San Antonio de Areco, Uribelarrea and Carlos Keen are perfect for resting and experiencing the tradition of the countryside with estancias, pulperías (traditional grocery stores) and country general stores where the gaucho tradition comes to life and visitors can enjoy the most varied popular festivals.

Moreover, its capital, the City of La Plata, has a rich architectural heritage such as the Curutchet House, built by Le Corbusier and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Buenos Aires Region

Capital

La Plata

Average annual temperature

Between 11° C and 25° C

Population

15,625,084 inhabitants

Administrative division

135 municipalities. The main cities are La Plata, Mar del Plata, Bahía Blanca, San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Tandil and Greater Buenos Aires.

River Regime

800 mm per year

Surface area

307,571 km²

Climate

Temperate Pampas

Relief

Pampas plains

Why invest in Buenos Aires?

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