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Travel documents needed to enter to Argentina | Passport, Visa, Vaccines | Information about Argentina

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+ Travel documents needed to enter to Argentina: Passport
Por Alejandro Coudannes
To enter Argentina is necessary to present a valid passport, with or without a visa, as appropriate.

The maximum period of stay in the country is ninety (90) days, with the possibility of extending this period only once. To extend, before the expiration of the period originally granted, you must go to any of the delegations of the National Immigration (Dirección Nacional de Migraciones).
+ Travel documents needed to enter to Argentina: Visa

• Tourist Visa
If your stay is no longer than 90 days and you are a citizen of one of these countries, you DON'T NEED visa to enter to Argentina: United States of America, The European Union, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panamá, Perú and Venezuela.

If you fail to comply one of the above conditions, you must apply for a Tourist Visa. These are the requirements:

  • Valid passport or any other document approved by the Argentine Republic.
  • One (1) 4 x 4 cm photograph
  • Application Form (supplied by the consulate)
  • Round trip ticket
  • Proof that the applicant is able to support himself in the host country
  • Payment of consular fee

The maximum period of stay in the country is ninety (90) days, with the possibility of extending this period only once. To extend, before the expiration of the period originally granted, you must go to any of the delegations of the National Immigration (Dirección Nacional de Migraciones).

+ Travel documents needed to enter to Argentina: Vaccination Certificate
No vaccination certificate has to be submitted, except for cholera and yellow fever for passengers coming from countries where those diseases are endemic.
 
 
+ Other articles about Buenos Aires and Argentina
+ 10 Things to do in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires has unlimited attractions, places to visit and activities.
We will only mention ten that you cannot miss when you visit Buenos Aires, Queen of the River Plate.

Read: 10 Things to do in Buenos Aires
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+ 10 Places to visit in Buenos Aires in the Spring
In this article, we will recommend ten activities to be done in springtime Buenos Aires, starting at the end of August, the days become more pleasant. Mornings are still cool, but the temperature begins to rise around midday and cools off again at night.
Read: 10 Places to visit in Buenos Aires in the Spring
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+ Evita Museum in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Eva Duarte de Perón, known all over the world as “Evita”, Argentina’s most important woman, has been transformed into a myth. The Evita Museum separates truth from myth, celebrates Evita’s accomplishments, and showcases her life. Information and many pictures.
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+ Shopping Tour in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires offers many options for those of you interested in taking your own shopping tour, and visiting local galleries, businesses, commercial centers, and outlets (for those looking to find a good bargain).
Information, addresses, phone numbers, getting there ...
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+ Buenos Aires, a Gay friendly city, Argentina
The City of Buenos Aires is the largest city in South America as a destination for gay tourists. Provides options and activities for both day and night.
Furthermore, in Argentina the right to marry same-sex is recognized by law.
Read: Buenos Aires gay friendly city
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+ Palermo Soho, Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Palermo is one of Buenos Aires most extensive and attractive neighborhoods and Palermo Soho or Palermo Viejo (Old Palermo) is one of its most fascinating areas (quartiers). Its lively nightlife and for the bohemian breeze blowing through its streets and cafés ...
Read: Palermo Soho, Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires
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+ Recoleta, Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Recoleta is a neighborhood in the center north zone of Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires. Well-known for its French architecture, imposing buildings, aristocratic cemetery, museums and art exhibits, Recoleta is elegant and refined. Shoppers strolling along the Avenida Alvear and ...
Read: Recoleta, Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires
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+ San Telmo, Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires has a colonial neighborhood, San Telmo, with its cobblestone streets and houses over a century old. Some of the old homes have been recycled and transformed into restaurants, shops, bars, cafés, and, most recently, hostels where tourists from all over the world find lodging ...
Read: San Telmo, Neighborhoods in BA
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+ Downtown Buenos Aires, Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, Argentina
The center of Buenos Aires, also known as Downtown, is not one neighborhood but rather an area made up of the San Nicolás, Balvanera and Montserrat neighborhoods. The sum of these three neighborhoods adds up to a rich diversity of space, contrasting architectural styles, historic places ...
Read: Downtown Buenos Aires, Neighborhoods in BA
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+ Puerto Madero, Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Opulent and exclusive, Puerto Madero is Buenos Aires’ newest neighborhood and an excellent example of urban restoration. Its old warehouses have been remodeled and converted into luxurious apartment buildings and restaurants with a unique view of the river.
Read: Puerto Madero, Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires
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+ Caminito, La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Caminito, the ” little street”, pays homage to the tango Caminito, composed by Juan de Dios Filiberto. It is one of the many attractions of La Boca and a trademark of the city. Considered the first pedestrian open air museum in the world, this 328 foot long street is host to different street artists ...
Read: Caminito, La Boca, Buenos Aires
+ The Buenos Aires Zoo, Palermo, Argentina
The Buenos Aires Zoo is a not-to-be-missed place to visit because it is a beautiful park with 2500 animals and a widevariety of species. It is a green lung in the city that connects us to nature. In this article you will find information, recommendations and pictures of the Buenos Aires Zoo.
Read: The Buenos Aires Zoo
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+ Recoleta Cemetery, Buenos Aires, Argentina
La Recoleta is one of Buenos Aires’ most attractive and elegant neighborhoods. It has many tourist attractions, and probably the most famous is the North Cemetery, better known as the Recoleta Cemetery. The cemetery opened its doors in 1822 as the first public cemetery in the City of Buenos Aires.
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+ Japanese Garden in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Every great city needs a little green to purify the air and to allow us to relax. Buenos Aires has various places where we can go to disconnect, including the Tres de Febrero Park, the Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods), los Lagos de Palermo (Palermo Lakes), the Planetarium & the Japanese Garden.
Read: Japanese Garden in Buenos Aires
+ 10 advantages of choosing a Hostel
Why choose a hostel instead of a Bed and Breakfast or a Hotel?
Living in a hostel is not for everyone, has its pros and cons. In this article we tell you what are the advantages of choosing a hostel for your next vacation.
Read: 10 advantages of choosing a Hostel
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+ Coins and Bills in Argentina
Here you will find information on coins and bills that we use in Argentina.
Also some recommendation for recognizing counterfeit bills and coins.

Read: Coins and Bills in Argentina
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+ Documentation required to enter Argentina Republic
If you are going to travel to Argentina, you need to read this: entry requirements, countries covered, maximum periods of stay, visa, passport, vaccinations.
What do I need to enter Argentina?

Read: Documentation required to enter Argentina
 
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