Argentina offers something unique: it is a country so different and diverse that hosts one of the most vibrant cities in the American continent such as Buenos Aires –the cradle for Tango and the most world-famous football teams in Argentina- and at the same time, is blessed by huge plains, mountains and many more romantic scenarios. It’s a country fusing in itself the tradition of the “Gauchos” and the pampas, with worldwide famous movie making and state-of-the-art modernity, launching its own satellites and exporting nuclear technology.  It is also a country world-renowned for its passion for tango to football playing, from majestic water falls in the North East to Olympic skiing in the South, from the wine producing provinces in the West, bordering the Andes Mountains, to the endless beaches in the East facing the South Atlantic Ocean.  Participate and explore the Argentine Culture for the 6th year in Hong Kong, many surprising adventures are awaiting your discovery.  Come and enjoy your senses.  Discover a piece of Argentina in Hong Kong.  

This year, we proudly celebrate the 6th edition of the Argentina Festival in Hong Kong. Throughout these weeks, we will be hosting a series of events for you to enjoy the culture and gastronomy of our country: free Tango lessons, wine tastings, concerts, Argentine menus at special venues, milonga parties and much more.

So, apart from tango, New World Premium Wines, Empanadas, Asado, “Mate”, Borges, Messi & Soccer, Polo, Fishing, Glaciers, Falls, the Pampas, the Andes, and so on.

You are most welcome to join us!

Oct 6 - Dec 2, 2017
Argentina Festival Hong Kong 2016
*For details / games and ticketing terms and conditions, please refer to www.argentinafestival.org.hk


  •  Location: Southeastern of South America

  • Coastal border: 5,117 km

  •  Average temperature: 5°C (41.0°F) in the far south --- 25°C (77.0°F) in the north

  •  Capital city: Buenos Aires

  •  Neighboring countries: Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil and Uruguay

  •  Spanish-speaking

  •  Strong Italian and Spanish cultural heritage