The Buenos Aires ePrix is held on a purpose built anti-clockwise street circuit which runs at a length of 2.44km and features 12 turns.
NextEV’s Nelson Piquet Jr finished on the podium at this race last year.
Did you know?
The Teatro Colón
is the main Opera House
in Buenos Aires, and has been voted
the third best in the world
by the National Geographic.
Who can talk about Buenos Aires
without talking about the Argentine Tango?
One of the world’s most beautiful dances
has its origins here and it is possibly Argentina’s
most famous export. If you don’t feel like
partaking in a lesson yourself, go and watch one
of the many choices of spectacular shows.
Buenos Aires is THE steak capital of the world.
But if you’ve got a sweet tooth, don’t leave
Argentina without trying the famous
dulce de leche; a thick caramel used
in many different desserts.
If you want to sample some local culture,
visit the Fair of the Mataderos.
You will see guachos (similar to cowboys)
riding beautiful horses, tango dancers
in the street and a colourful array of crafts
and food on the local stalls.
Argentina is one of the leading producers
of wines ever since the 16th century and
has approximately 1,800 wineries.