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Welcome to Argentina, the world’s largest Spanish-speaking country and its premier city, Buenos Aires.

Argentina makes up almost the whole southern half of the South American continent, occupying its tapering southern end. It is the eighth largest country in the world, with a 2012-estimated population of 41.3 million. The country’s total area measures 2,780,400 square kilometers, giving the entire country a population density of just 15 persons living in a square kilometer. Argentina has some of the tallest mountains in the world as well as some of the most beautiful waterfalls, vast desert lands and a variety of biodiversity. The southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, located in Pantagonia, Argentina is called by some as the city at the edge of the world. This is where most trips to Antarctica start. Argentina is a tourism hub, with some of the most diverse and beautiful cities, landscapes and people you would not want to miss. In the Americas, Argentina ranks fourth as the most visited and the country is the most visited among all the South American countries. While mountains, desert lands, waterfalls and its mild weather are trademarks of the country, Argentina is also where the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the world’s largest fresh water reserves and a World Heritage Site, is located.

Argentina is the home of asado, mate, the legendary gauchos, Jorge Luis Borges, Diego Maradona and Carlos Gardel, who was closely related to the history of Tango, the classically sensuous dance that originated in Rio de Plata in the 1850s. Although Gardel was born in France in 1890, he had lived in Argentina since he was two years old, finally acquiring Argentinian citizenship in 1923.

Argentinian Spanish is the dominant language spoken in the country, characterized by its unique verb conjugation and strong pronunciation, with the letters J and Y strongly stressed. Almost the entire population or 40.9 million speak Spanish although there are about 40 languages in existence in Argentina, including Rioplatense.

The country has several potentials for growth and development and its tourism industry brings in more than five million visitors annually. It is also a magnet for immigration due to the low cost of living and the availability of prime real estate. Traditionally, about 86.4% of the country’s population is made up of foreigners, coming from neighboring countries in Latin and South America, most of Europe, the Middle East, United States, Australia and South Africa. With such opportunities and diversity, the instances of needing language translation services in Argentina are quite high. With the economic and tourism boom being enjoyed by its capital, Buenos Aires, Argentina is one destination that presents economic as well as cultural opportunities for those who want to visit or relocate.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina is one of the most bustling and economically powerful cities in the entire Spanish-speaking world.

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About the City of Buenos Aires

Spanish Translation in Buenos Aires, ArgentinaBuenos Aires is the most European of all the cities in South America, and Paris of South America is one of its nicknames. Argentina’s capital city is the largest in the country and the second largest metropolitan region in the continent. This most pivotal city in Argentina was federated in 1880 as an autonomous district whose official name is Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires.

The city is located ahead of Rio de Plata with geographic coordinates that read 34° 36’ south and 58° 26’ west. It is found within the province with the same name, Buenos Aires. The city, which measures 202 square kilometers or 78.3 square miles extend nearly 18 kilometers or 11 miles from east to west and about 19 kilometers or roughly 12 miles from north to south, approximately resembling a rectangle.

As of the census done in 2010, Buenos Aires is home to about 2.9 million people, giving the city a packed density of 14,000 people sharing a kilometer of space or about 37,000 people within each square mile. While the city is divided into 48 barrios or districts, much of the city’s as well as the country’s various activities are concentrated in the capital city.

Several film actors and directors in Argentina and in Hollywood have their roots in Buenos Aires. One famous actor is Olivia Hussey, born Olivia Usuna, who portrayed Juliet in the Franco Zeffirelli-megged film, Romeo and Juliet in 1968. Notable personalities who were born in Buenos Aires include Princess Máxima, wife of the heir-apparent, Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.

Buenos Aires is the cultural, financial, commercial, industrial and political center of Argentina. Its port is one of South America’s busiest and serves as the southeastern region’s distribution hub. With its notable port that had been used since ancient times as the entry point of most of the immigrants to the city and country, the residents of Buenos Aires are called Porteños.

The city receives about 2.5 million visitors annually. As a center of commerce, finance and industry, its population is a varied mix of different ethnicities, speaking a cacophony of languages, from different types of Spanish and Italian languages, cocoliche and lunfardo slang as well as the recent addition of Asian languages such as Korean, Chinese and Japanese. English is taught in schools and in widely spoken. One hurdle you are likely to encounter when in Buenos Aires is the way Porteños speak Spanish. Their version is called Argentine Spanish, and it could take some getting used to. This version of Spanish uses “vos” instead of “tu” and pronounces some words differently. For them “ella” is pronounced as “eh-shha.” In regular Spanish you say, “tengo hambre” when you are hungry. In Buenos Aires, the phrase “me pica el bagre” means the same thing.

So even if you could get by with a smattering of Spanish, it would help to bring a local phrasebook with you to communicate easily or look for a reliable interpreter to assist you in official business dealings. A professional translator is a must if you want to have your documents translated into the local language.

Buenos Aires means many things to many people, not just to the locals but also to the millions of visitors that grace its shores annually. There are plenty more things to learn about this beautiful and enthralling city in Argentina. You could read about the city’s history, its demographics, its booming economy and some of the best places to see and the city’s culture in the city profile we have prepared for you. There will be many instances when you might need translation and interpretation services while in Buenos Aires and anywhere in Argentina, and we do hope that you would allow us to be your partner when the need arises.