Getting to Argentina


Argentina Travel: Let's Tango

Argentina, the "Europe of South America," is rife with places to visit and things to do. It's over a million square miles large, so a visit to this beautiful country requires much planning, whether you intend to visit one specific place or several regions at once. In this guide you'll find the online resources that bolster your knowledge of the country and aid in your vacation planning.

Argentina Travel Basics

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Travel Requirements for Argentina

Before you visit Argentina, you'll want to get acquainted with its history and cultural practices. ... read more »

Getting to Argentina

If you're coming from the United States, the best way is to fly to Argentina. You'll have to fly into Buenos Aires and then connect to another flight to reach your final destination. Or you can explore your options for boat travel. This section provides a few tips and links to help you decide how you'll get to Argentina, whatever your destination city.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • Because Argentina is bordered by tall mountains and water on nearly all sides, if you want to travel between other South American countries, you will have to fly or take a boat.
  • If you're interested in exploring Argentina's southern coast, many cruises leave from Ushuaia, but it may be a better bet to fly to Chile where boats leave for Tierra Del Fuego from Valparaiso and Puenta Arenas and provide access to the dramatic coastline and fjords of both Chile and Argentina.
  • Ezieza Airport has two security checkpoints: one to get to the gate and one at each international gate. All liquids are confiscated at the gate security unless they were purchased in the airport. Make sure you save all receipts for water bottles and duty-free items and pack all toiletries in your checked luggage.

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Argentina Hotels

In this section you can find a number of sites that provide hotel reviews and reservation ... read more »

Getting Around in Argentina

As we mentioned in the beginning of the guide, Argentina is an expansive country with lots to see ... read more »

Argentina Travel Blogs and Forums

You can read travel guides and tourism sites until you're blue in the face, but sometimes what you ... read more »

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