With more than 11 million inhabitants, the region of Buenos Aires is comprised of the province of Buenos Aires and the autonomous City of Buenos Aires, also called the Federal Capital. Buenos Aires has a one of a kind culture and an electrifying nightlife. The luxury market is comprised of the city’s skyscrapers, shops and stunning homes, found in diverse neighborhoods such as Palermo, the largest and greenest district which is subdivided into numerous zones including Palermo Chico, home to splendid luxury villas. Among many noteworthy neighborhoods, Recoleta is known for its French style palaces and aristocratic, prestigious homes; whereas Puerto Madero, near Plaza di Mayo, is an exclusive gastronomical, commercial and residential centrum featuring distinguished luxury hotels. In San Telmo one finds a more traditional atmosphere, having conserved its architectural heritage of quaint houses and courtyards. Mar de Plata, with its beaches, mountains and lakes, offers splendid estates from the early twentieth century as well as a true paradise for golf lovers. For those who enjoy an exclusive spa experience along the shore of a sparkling river, look no further than Tiger with its charming houses typical to the area. Due to its truly unique urban planning, the capital of the province of Buenos Aires, La Plata, is a UNESCO World Heritage site as well as a center for academic excellence. Buenos Aires, then, has it all: nature, sea, metropolis, soccer - consider the famous Boca Juniors stadium- all pulsing to the irresistible and luxurious rhythm of Argentine tango.