IFSSH & IFSHT / Buenos Aires
Puero Madero is located between the financial area and the Río de la Plata (the river running in this area); it has been the major importing/exporting center ever since the Colonial times in the country, as well as the driving force of its progress and the very first port the immigrants saw when they arrived to Argentina over a century ago.
The docks and old warehouses were completely recycled and turned into state-of-the-art offices and fancy restaurants and hotels, creating a true leisure, gastronomic and business center. Its streets and boulevards are named after famous Latin-American women.
You can take a bike ride along Coastal Highway and visit the Fountain of the Nereids, the sculptor tucumana Mora Dolores Hernandez, better known as Lola Mora