EXPO2023

Buenos Aires will become the first city in Latin America to host an Expo since the creation of the BIE in 1928.

The International Exhibition recognized by the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) will be held in 2023 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Its theme will be “Science, Innovation, Art and Creativity for Human Development. Creative industries in digital convergence.”

The meeting will take place, in a renovated Tecnópolis, from January 15 to April 15, 2023. An event that attracts millions of tourists and which, in a 25-hectare estate, will have five pavilions, three audiences; specialized sectors in gastronomy, open spaces, in addition to urban remodeling to improve access, security and lodging.

"Creativity through new technologies is what allows us to transform the world”

Eng. Hernán Lombardi
Head of the Federal System of Media and Public Content

WHY ARGENTINA?

Argentina is a multicultural country because its varied geography and the mix of multiple ethnic identities

The multiple ethnic identities give rise to a large diversity of renowned artistic expressions worldwide: theater, cinema, music, dance, literature, and plastic arts.

Throughout the regions of the country, land products are combined with ancestral customs, traditional recipes, and the creativity of experts and amateurs in gastronomy and wines that give rise to one of the best flavors in the world. Argentina is the perfect destination to experience the wonders of traveling with its breathtaking contrasts and diversity you immediately fall in love with.

Argentina, a destination for unique experiences.

Throughout Argentine regions, from the North to Patagonia, in Cuyo and in the Littoral, in Córdoba hills, and in the City of Buenos Aires (the capital city), UNESCO has distinguished 11 World Heritage Sites.  Each of them holds their own mysticism and charm: Ischigualasto and Talampaya, Cave of the Hands of Alto Río Pinturas, Manzana and Jesuitic Estates, Guarani Jesuitic Missions, National Park Iguazú, National Park Los Glaciares, Valdés Peninsula, Qhapaq Ñan, Ravine de Humahuaca. Unesco has also awarded Cultural Heritages: Tango and “Fileteado Porteño” the characteristic ornamental draws from of the city of Buenos Aires.

Intense and endless charming landscapes characterize the country from North to South, from East to West.

ARGENTINA IS:

The 3rd largest economy of the region with a GDP of USD 586,000 million (after Brazil and Mexico)
The 2nd highest GDP in terms of PPP (USD 22,600, behind Chile)
The 8th largest country in the world (2,8 million km2) with 53% of arable land and a big coastline of 4700 km.
The 2nd country with highest connectivity in Latin America (65% of Internet users)
The 4th country of the region in terms of inhabitants
(43 million)
The 3rd largest economy of the region with a GDP of USD 586,000 million (after Brazil and Mexico)
The 2nd highest GDP in terms of PPP (USD 22,600, behind Chile)
The 8th largest country in the world (2,8 million km2) with 53% of arable land and a big coastline of 4700 km.
The 2nd country with highest connectivity in Latin America (65% of Internet users)
The 4th country of the region in terms of inhabitants
(43 million)