This metropolis has its own identity and is open to world architecture, culture and art; it is
cosmopolitan and controversial, dynamic and traditional, historical and avant-gardist. The city is full of plenty
of tourist attractions: monuments, churches, museums, art galleries and theaters; squares, parks and gardens; modern shopping
malls and antique fairs; budget and first-class hotels; regional restaurants and international cuisine; besides the ever-present
enchantment tango brings.
Living in Buenos Aires, you are bound to feel the energy of the city. Buenos Aires
has hundreds of cultural venues, often more than visitors find in their own home cities , you will always have something to
do. Buenos Aires is the other city that never sleeps.
Buenos Aires has always been an open-door city. Its
inhabitants are called porteņos, which makes reference to the fact that the city is a port. The inhabitant of the province of Buenos Aires
is called bonaerense. The people of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteņos,
or port people, relish their ties to Europe, flaunt their creative energy, delight in culture,
fashion and food and share a traditional melancholy for things past. Porteņos are warm and hospitableIn
the 19th. century, the port was the arrival point for the great migratory wave promoted by the Argentine State to populate the nation. Spanish,
Italian, Syrian-Lebanese, Polish and Russian immigrants provided Buenos Aires
with the cultural eclecticism that is so characteristic of the city.
During the 20th. century, successive immigrations
- from the provinces, other Latin American countries and Eastern countries – completed the picture of Buenos Aires as
a cosmopolitan city in which people with different cultures and religions live