BUENOS AIRES introduction:

Basics:
The Port of Buenos Aires is the principal maritime port within Argentina. It is operated under General Ports Administration and is the leading transshipment point for foreign trade of Argentina.

Peripheral Cities:
A ferry service operates short routes to and from the Uruguayan cities of Colonia del Sacramento and Montevideo. Sturla transports tourists to and from Tigre which is a popular holiday destination. The Benito Quinquela Martín Terminal serves cruise ship arrivals.

Traffic:
1. The Buenos Aires commuter rail system operates seven lines between 4 am and 1 am. They are Belgrano Norte Line, Belgrano Sur Line, Roca Line, San Martín Line, Sarmiento Line, Mitre Line and Urquiza Line. The rail network connects the city with long-distance rail services to Rosario and Córdoba. There are four principal terminals for both long-distance and local passenger services in the city center: Constitucion, Retiro, Federico Lacroze and Once.
2. Buenos Aires Underground is a system which provides access to different parts of the city. It has six underground lines and one overground line with 100 stations
3. Tramways with over 857 km (533 mi) of track are operated by Metrovías.
4. For buses, there are over 150 city bus lines called Colectivos with each managed by an individual company. Their frequency makes them comparable to the underground systems of other cities, while buses cover a far wider area than the underground system.
5. There are also uquebus high-speed ferries connecting Buenos Aires to the main cities of Uruguay, for example, Colonia del Sacramento, Montevideo and Punta del Este. It is said that more than 2.2 million people per year travel between Argentina and Uruguay with Buquebus.

Development:
The Port is located in the city's Retiro ward and is known as Puerto Nuevo. The Port handles about 11 million metric tons of cargo annually.

Climate:
Buenos Aires has a humid subtropical climate with four distinct seasons. The climate is temperate and extreme temperatures are rare. As the city is located in an area where the Pampero and Sudestada winds pass by, the weather is variable due to these contrasting air masses. Summers are hot and humid and the warmest month is January. Heat waves are commonly experienced during summers. Winters are cold with mild temperatures. With an average temperature of 11.0 °C, July is the coolest month. Cold spells from Antarctica occur every year and can persist for days. Snow is very rare. Spring and autumn are featured with changeable weather conditions. The city receives 1,236.3 mm of precipitation annually on average.

BUENOS AIRES's major ports:

Near the port:

Sowoll port service

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