Culture and Heritage

Buenos Aires is one of the largest cities in the world. The city has a cosmopolitan culture grown from its intensive neighborhoods. These neighborhoods are full with immigrants which have come from all parts of the world.

Most of the residents of Buenos Aires have European origins which include Spanish, Italian, German, Irish, Portuguese, French, Croatian, English and Welsh. The Jewish community in Greater Buenos Aires is the largest in Latin America and it numbers around 250,000. Japanese community was the first major Asian community that settled in the city. Later on, immigrants from China and Korea started several small and family-owned supermarkets in the city.

Buenos Aires has a wide selection of cinema halls, theatres, art galleries, soccer stadiums, race courses, Polo fields, golf courses and other countless leisure activity centers.