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List of twin towns and sister cities in Argentina


List of twin towns and sister cities in Argentina

This is a list of twin towns and sister cities (see town twinning) in Argentina arranged by location.


  • Bahía Blanca 1
  • Buenos Aires 2
  • Colón, ER 3
  • Córdoba 4
  • General Roca, RN 5
  • La Plata 6
  • Mendoza 7
  • Paraná 8
  • Pinamar 9
  • Quilmes 10
  • Río Cuarto 11
  • Río Tercero 12
  • Rosario, Santa Fe 13
  • San Antonio de Areco 14
  • San Carlos de Bariloche 15
  • San Isidro 16
  • San Martín 17
  • San Salvador de Jujuy 18
  • Trelew 19
  • Tucumán 20
  • Santa Fe 21
  • Ushuaia 22
  • External links 23

Bahía Blanca

Country City
United States Jacksonville, Florida, since 1967
Israel Ashdod
Cuba Cienfuegos
Greece Chios
China Dalian
Italy Ferno
Peru Piura
Spain Reus
Chile Talcahuano

Buenos Aires

Country City/Region
Armenia Yerevan
Brazil Brasília, since 2002.
Brazil Porto Alegre
Brazil Rio de Janeiro
Brazil São Paulo
Canada Ottawa
Chile Santiago
China Beijing, since 1993.
Colombia Bogotá
Colombia Medellín
Croatia Zagreb
Czech Republic Prague
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo
Ecuador Quito
France Paris and Paris, Kentucky
France Toulouse
Germany Berlin, since 1994.
Israel Jerusalem (cooperation agreement).
Israel Tel Aviv, since 1976.
Italy Basilicata (region)
Italy Cagliari
Italy Calabria (region)
Italy Genoa
Italy Lucca
Italy Milan
Italy Naples
Italy Rome
Japan Osaka
Lebanon Beirut, since 2006
Mexico Mexico City
Tunisia Tunis
Netherlands Rotterdam
Paraguay Asunción
Peru Lima
Poland Warsaw
Portugal Lisbon
Serbia Belgrade
South Africa Cape Town
South Korea Seoul
Spain Barcelona
Spain Bilbao, Basque Country
Spain Cádiz
Spain Ceuta
Spain Guadix
Spain Madrid
Spain Oviedo, since 1983.
Spain Santiago de Compostela, Galicia
Spain Seville, Andalusia
Spain Vigo
Switzerland Geneva
Turkey Istanbul
United Kingdom London
United States Los Angeles, California, until 2011.
United States Miami, Florida, since 1993.
United States State of New Jersey
United States State of Ohio
Uruguay Montevideo

Colón, ER

Country City
Switzerland Sion


Country City
United States Tampa, Florida
Mexico Morelia, Michoacán
Israel Tiberias, since 1967
Italy Turin
Colombia Santiago de Cali
Russia Izhevsk

General Roca, RN

Country City
United States Chula Vista, California

La Plata

Country City
Brazil Brasília
United Kingdom Liverpool
Israel Beersheba
United States Louisville, Kentucky, since 1994
Uruguay Montevideo
France Boulogne-Sur-Mer


Country City
Brazil Sâo Paulo
Brazil Sertãozinho
Israel Ramat Gan
Mexico Monterrey
Peru Tacna
United States Miami-Dade County, Florida
United States Nashville, Tennessee


Country City
Israel Rehovot


Country City
United States Myrtle Beach, South Carolina


Country City
Italy San Mauro Castelverde
China Nanchang

Río Cuarto

Country City
United States Abilene, Texas

Río Tercero

Country City
Italy Carmagnola

Rosario, Santa Fe

Country City
Italy Alessandria
Paraguay Asunción
Spain Bilbao
Venezuela Caracas
Senegal Dakar
Israel Haifa
Italy Imperia
Colombia Manizales
Uruguay Montevideo
Mexico Monterrey, Nuevo León
Greece Piraeus
Peru Pisco
Brazil Porto Alegre
China Shanghai

On July 25, 2006, Rosario offered a charter of sistership to Split, Croatia.

San Antonio de Areco

Country City
United States Laredo, Texas

San Carlos de Bariloche

Country City
Brazil Blumenau, Santa Catarina
United States Aspen, Colorado
Switzerland St. Moritz

San Isidro

Country City
Israel Herzliya
Japan Nagasaki

San Martín

Country City
Italy Civitanova Marche, Province of Macerata
Lithuania Alytus city municipality, Alytus County

San Salvador de Jujuy

Country City
Bolivia Tarija, Cercado Province (Tarija)
Bolivia Sucre, Oropeza Province
Chile Calama, El Loa Province


Country City
Portugal Covilhã


Country City
United States New Orleans, Louisiana
Israel Nazareth Illit

Santa Fe

Country City
Israel Afula
Spain Santa Fe


Country City
Israel Eilat
USA Barrow, Alaska

External links

  • (Spanish) Turismo Bs As: Sister cities of Buenos Aires
  • (Spanish) Río Tercero & Carmagnola, sister cities
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