This is the Capital of Argentina and has a population of just under 13 million people. The city is not considered part of the Buenos Aires Province but is an autonomous city. Its outer city limits include the towns of Belgrano and Flores.
Since Buenos Aires has a distinctly European flavour to it, compared to the other major cities in Latin America, it is often called the "Paris of South America". Although it has a lot of beautiful Spanish Colonial buildings and its architecture is considered to be eclectic in nature, the tree lined boulevards and many French styled buildings give it its French atmosphere. This is enhanced by its sidewalk cafes. Incidentally, the Avenido in Buenos Aires is the world's widest boulevarde.
Are you planning a trip, or a holiday, or perhaps thinking of buying a holiday home in Argentina? If so, there is no shortage of high quality Buenos Aires apartments and other types of Buenos Aires accommodation available.
Buenos Aires is a vibrant, beautiful city and a wonderful starting point to enjoy tours of this stunning country, and indeed, the rest of South America.
If you are wondering about weather conditions, Buenos Aires has a temperate climate. Its average temperatures range from about 10 deg C in mid-winter [July] to about 35 deg C in the hottest month [January]. There is rain fall throughout the year, but more frequently in the spring and autumn.
If you are thinking of investing, Argentina, like most of the rest of the world has gone through a difficult time financially. However there is an expectation that the real estate market will improve in 2010 and 2011 as the country's economy grows, which is predicted.
The hosting of the World Cup in 2014 and Olympics in 2016 by Brazil, is expected to boost tourism in the entire South American region, leading up to those events.
If you are interested in apartments in Buenos Aires and rentals in Buenos Aires, have a look around and you will find accommodation ranging from the cheapest furnished apartment rentals, from as little as US$10 per person per night, up to US$800 per night, and more, in the best areas, such as Recoleta. This is for 5 star accommodation for up to 8 people in huge, super luxurious apartments that look like something out of a movie, or, in vibrant Palermo, penthouses to die for, with spectacular views of the Palermo skyline or The "Bosques de Palermo" [Palermo Woods].
These 'Bosques de Palermo' are the equivalent of 'Hyde Park' in London or 'Central Park' in New York and the 'Bois de Boulogne' in Paris, after which it was designed, this beautiful 'Parque' is the green lung of Buenos Aires.
You can enjoy the uniqueness of three worlds in one. Experience the exciting vibrance of Latin America, the stunning natural beauty of South America, with the comforts, luxuries and sophistication of Buenos Aires!