All Drivania rides are Carbon Neutral
Argentina’s capital is the most visited city in South America. Located in the central-east region of the country, near the Río de la Plata river, Buenos Aires is a cultural metropolis with its own identity. The most important economic sector of Buenos Aires is the service industry. The city’s most renowned buildings, like Casa Rosada and the Palace of the Argentine National Congress, are located near Avenida de Mayo. The most popular tourist spots are in Buenos Aires’s historic district, which is practically made up of the Monserrat and San Telmo neighborhoods.
The city’s appeal is based on its editorial tradition, the varied architectural styles (art deco, art nouveau, neogothic, and French Bourbon all coexist together), and of course, the tango.