Immigration to Argentina
Between 1882 and 1960 arrived to the Port of Buenos Aires, main port of Argentina, 2,313 ships transporting new immigrant to these lands of peace.
Some of them hoping to find new opportunities to work and progress. Others escaping the European wars.
Passengers were mainly Spanish and Italian, but also arrived Poles, Arabs from different countries, Russians, Turks, Jews from different countries, English, Irish and German.
This is a list of those ships. Clicking on each of them you will find information such as the dates when the boat arrived to Buenos Aires and the passenger list (may be incomplete) of each arrival.