The capital of Argentina is also the second city in South-America in terms of population.
Many business travelers are attracted by Buenos Aires thanks to its economic appeal: financial and industrial center, a world level port. But also because of the many manufactures located there.
There are two airports in Buenos Aires: the Ministro Pistarini International Airport, or Ezeiza International Airport, and the Aeroparque Jorge Newbery.
Buenos Aires is divided in 48 districts (or barrios) such as: La Boca, Puerto Madero, San Telmo, Montserrat, Belgrano, Palermo and Recoleta.
Renowned as the capital for Tango, Buenos Aires is also famous for its gastronomy and landmarks such as the Cabildo, Caminito, Casa Rosadan, the Obelisk or Teatro Colón.
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Av. Costanera R. Obligado y J. Salguero, 1425 Buenos Aires, Argentine
-58° 24' 0.15" N -34° 34' 9.89" W
Av. Sarmiento 2704, 1425 Buenos Aires, Argentine
-58° 23' 12.28" N -34° 36' 18.47" W