With a population of over 10 million, Buenos Aires and its suburbs feature endless cultural and entertaining alternatives. Argentina’s capital and Tango’s birthplace, provides an exciting and cosmopolitan setting.
Latin America, as a constant growing and emerging market, is facing important development challenges. The region will have to learn how to fight social inequality and combine both economic and social growth in order to stand as a new great player in the Global Economy.
Buenos Aires is quickly consolidating as a leading example of Latin America’s steady growth and development, as the region heads for prosperous future.
Once known as “The Paris of South America”, the initial impression of many visitors is often a reminiscence of a cosmopolitan European city with elegant residential neighborhoods, beautiful parks and wide boulevards.