Buenos Aires


 The City

Buenos Aires (the official name ‘is Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires/Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, also called Capital Federal/Federal Capital) is the capital of the Argentine Republic. The name means fair winds, or literally good airs in Spanish. It is one of the largest cities in Latin America, with a lot of cultural offerings, and is the point of departure for travelling to the rest of the country.

Inhabitants of Buenos Aires are called porteños, “people from the port”, implying that many of the inhabitants are immigrants in some ways or another.

Buenos Aires is a singular, open, and integrating destination that allows the visitor not only to view the city but also to have an exceptional urban adventure.

Population:  City: 2.89 million (2016) Metro:  14 million (2016)

Currency:  Argentine Peso (ARS)

Fun Fact:  Buenos Aires is often referred to as the “Paris of South America”

For more city info, visit WikiTravel.

Housing and Coworking

Housing (Circled in Red)

Type:  Apartments (Studio, 2, and 3 bedroom)


Palermo – hip residential neighborhood of tree-lined streets and intersections packed with restaurants, bars, and boutiques. There are several “sub neighborhoods” such as Palermo-Viejo, Palermo-SoHo, Palermo-Hollywood.

Recoleta – one of the finest areas of the city. It boasts many French style buildings, large green spaces, and first class restaurants. The famous Recoleta Cemetery is well worth a visit.


  • 24hr building security
  • Wifi\Cable TV
  • Fully furnished with kitchens
  • Weekly housekeeping
  • Landline for local calls
  • Help and maintenance “hotline”

Coworking (Circled in Blue)

Neighborhood:  Palermo SOHO

Time from housing:  10-30 minutes depending on mode of travel and housing location

Speed:  100MB + backup

Private meeting\call rooms:  Yes

Professional Workshops:  Yes

Spanish classes included at this location


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