Located in the southern extreme of the American continent, the Argentine Republic is the second largest country in South America. Its territory features different geographic regions that host a rich biodiversity and a great variety of landscapes and cultures: in the West, the high peaks of the Andean Mountain Range; in the North, valleys and ravines; in the Northeast, deep jungles and the marvelous Iguazú Water Falls; at the country’s heart, hills, rivers and lagoons; in the South, the Patagonia appears with its lakes, glaciers and mountains; and, on the shores of the Río de la Plata river, its cosmopolitan Capital City, Buenos Aires, amazes the world. See more


The “Queen of the Río de la Plata” is one of the most important cities in the world, the most influential South American capital and one of the political and economic poles of the region.

It delights visitors with its particular beauty, product of the combination of its history, customs, culture and people. Known as the “city that never sleeps”, it offers vibrating activities during the whole day, with countless restaurants, bars, theaters, tango houses, pubs, discos, museums, commercial malls and art galleries where history fusions with modernity and the European culture –brought by immigrants- merges with the Latin American spirit thus creating a unique identity. See more