Buenos Aires is situated at the outfall of the river Rio De La Plata into the Atlantic Ocean. The Plaza de Mayo in the middle of the business centre of Buenos Aires is especially beautiful.
The street Avenida 9 de Julio is one of the world’s widest boulevards and is located near the Plaza de Mayo. The city was founded by Spaniards in the 16th century and is still characterised by its former colonial masters. The sights are easily accessible from your hotel nearby.
Buenos Aires is birthplace of the tango. It was created in the 19th century in the district Boca, which was mostly inhabited by Italians. The tango reflects the attitude towards life of people whose everyday life is characterised by hard work and worries, but who want to surmount these difficulties in a positive way. If you can find the time, we recommend you to visit a tango event while being in a Buenos Aires hotel.
In Buenos Aires you will find more than 3,500 restaurants, many of which belonging to one of the huge hotels and serving international cuisine. The Antarctic king crab is one of the delicious dishes that are served in most of the restaurants. The Argentinean wine has become famous as well and will be served in numerous hotels. The large hotels are of international standard and provide for very good conditions for business travellers. There are two airports in Buenos: Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini de Ezeiza and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery. The hotels in the city are easily accessible from the airports. Therefore even a short trip made by a business traveller will be comfortable.
Total population (Buenos Aires + megalopolis Gran Buenos Aires): ca. 13 million (2007) Postal codes: C1000 – 1499XXX