Citizens from many countries do not require a visa to enter Argentina for the purpose of..Travel Health
Argentina‘s Medical facilities are of a reasonable standard. Private medical clinics..Local Currency
The Argentines currency is the Peso. Prices are quoted in Argentine pesos. Notes come in..Weather
Because of these great differences of latitude and altitude there are many differences of..Local Customs
Argentine culture has a strong European influences. The capital, Buenos Aires, is often..Languages
The official language is Spanish. But as you travel you will find a regional dialect..Transport Options
The Main airport is called Ministro Pistarini International Airport. Their website for..Travel Tips
In the northernmost provinces–Misiones, Salta and Jujuy—January and February are..Local Food
The cusisine in Argentina has similar european influences as the rest of the culture..Local Timezones
Argentina is east of the International Date line. It is 3 hours behind Greenwich Mean..Dutyfree Limits
Travellers over 18 years of age or residents returning to Argentina after less than one..
Buenos Aires, is the capital of the great South American country of Argentina. Situated in the north of the country on..Cuyo Information
Cuyo is a province in the north western part of Argentina, it's a mountainous region known for it's wine making but..INDEX OF ALL states AND LOCATIONS
Citizens from many countries do not require a visa to enter Argentina for the purpose of tourism for stays of up to 90 days. These countries include Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Great Britain and Ireland, countries from the EU as well as many Latin American countries.
The period of stay can be extended only once for the same duration as the period originally granted. Application for this extension must be made prior to the expiration of the original term of stay.
Passports must be valid for at least 90 days from the date of arrival in Argentina.
Children under the age of 21 when travelling alone or with only one parent may be required to provide a letter of consent to travel from both, or the other, parent. Details of these requirements should be confirmed with your local Argentine embassy or consulate prior to making travel arrangements.
When entering Argentine Territory, the nationals of the following countries must pay the following "reciprocity fee" - Australians: US$100, Canadians: US$70, Americans: US$131.
Also be aware if you intend viewing The Iguaza Falls from the Brazilian side of Argentina and cross the Brazilian border you will need a Brazilian visa.
Passengers coming from countries not bordering Argentina are exempted from the fee on luggage content and on new products under US$300, plus an additional exemption of US$300 for goods that were bought in "duty free shops" authorized in the national territory.
Travellers arriving from countries where Yellow Fever or Cholera are present will need to provide a vaccination certificate.
As entry requirements may change from time to time it is strongly advised that you check with the department of foreign affairs or your local consulate or embassy for the current requirements.
The current status of reciprocity fees for Australians, Canadians and US citizens should be confirmed prior to travel and can be checked at http://www.argentina.gov.ar/argentina/portal/paginas.dhtml?pagina=345
We strongly advise that all Australian travellers check the latest travel advice on the Australian Government Smart Traveller site.
La Boca is a neighbourhood in Buenos Aires. It's an old working class part of the city, originally populated largely by..Salinas Grande Information
High up in the western climbs of Corboda in Argentina, the Salinas Grande is an astonishing site. Vast white salt flats..La Recoleta Cemetery Information
The Recoleta Cemetery is surprisingly one of the major attractions of Buenos Aires. It is located in the upmarket area..Salta Information
In the foothills of the Andes, Salta is both a city and a province in north western Argentina. There are almost half a..Palermo Information
On the northern side of Buenos Aires, Palermo is a large residential district, with a reputation for urban chic and..Mendoza Information
Mendoza is both a city and a province in north western Argentina and is part of the Cuyo region. In what should be a..INDEX OF ALL LOCATIONS