The country is located in southern South America
|Bolivia and Paraguay||North|
|Uruguay and South Atlantic Ocean||East|
The coastline is 4989 km
The official language of Argentina is Spanish, which is spoken by almost the entire population.
Also among the local population there are native speakers of Italian, English and German.
|More than 62%||Catholics|
Federal presidential constitutional republic
Up to 90 days
List of countries whose citizens can visit the country without a visa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Argentina
The passport must be valid for the entire stay in Argentina and have free pages for the delivery of stamps
Prices start at $85 to $150.
To obtain the required type of visa, contact the nearest representative of the country, or visit the online page or contact the visa center
On average, receipt process takes 16 days, expedited receipt process will take up to 10 days
You can find the address of the nearest consulate or embassy and their contacts on this page: https://www.embassypages.com
Children must be accompanied by a parent. One parent or person accompanying the child must have the appropriate permits
Cats and dogs must be accompanied by a veterinary certificate issued in the country of departure no more than 30 days before arrival. Animals brought from countries participating in MERCOSUR must have a certificate issued no more than 60 days before arrival.
|There are no restrictions on the import of foreign and local currency. In case the amount exceeds $ 10,000 (or a similar amount in other currencies), the money must be declared||The export of local and foreign currencies is limited as follows:|
|USD 10,000 for travelers over 21 years old or children without guardians;|
|USD 2,000 for travelers aged 16 to 21;|
|USD 1,000 for travelers under 16|
Argentine Peso = 100 centavos
Banknotes of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 и 1000 peso
Coins of 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 centavos and 1, 2, 5, 10 peso.
Where can I change my currency?
Currency in Argentina can be exchanged in specialized currency bureaus or in a bank. Currency can also be exchanged at the airport, large shopping centers and hotels, although the exchange rate in them will not be so favorable.
If you have traveler’s checks in your hands (recommended in US dollars), take care of their exchange in Buenos Aires, in the outback, cashing them can be difficult. In addition, there is a fairly high commission involved in cashing travelers’ checks in Argentina.
Banks and exchange offices are open from Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 15:00.
In the center of big cities and in tourist areas, you can find ATMs quite quickly, in residential areas there are much fewer ATMs.
Another problem typical for Argentina is the lack of cash at ATMs. Plus, you will most likely have to queue at the ATM.
Argentina banks’ commission for withdrawing cash from an ATM is about 6-8 USD per transaction. In this case, the maximum amount that you can withdraw in one transaction is 120-150 dollars.
What currency should I take with me?
It is best to go to Argentina with cash dollars, since they can be exchanged at a favorable rate. Euros are less expensive, and all other currencies are practically worthless.
It can also be problematic to exchange bills under $ 50. Banknotes must be new, “green” or the penultimate gray-green issue, but not the AA and AB series, without stamps, inscriptions, tears, spots and other marks. Small bills are only suitable for leaving a tip.
Is it profitable to cash and change money at the airport?
Official exchangers operate at Ezeiza and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery international airports. The exchange rate in them is less favorable than in banks and exchange offices in the city. Besides, there are almost always a lot of people. You can also try changing small amounts at the counters of different travel agencies and car rental agencies.
How to pay in hotels, shops, restaurants, taxis?
The official currency of Argentina is the peso. Some tourist destinations accept US dollars.
All major shops, hotels and restaurants in large cities accept cards of popular payment systems (American Express, Visa, Master Card and Eurocard) for payment, especially if they are opened in American currency. But in the provinces it is almost impossible to pay with them. You will not be able to pay with a card in some inexpensive restaurants and small shops, in public transport and taxis.
In Argentina there are two foreign exchange rates. The official rate is artificially controlled by the government, and of course does not reflect the real pricing policy in the country. At this rate, you will be officially sold dollars in banks, and the settlement will be made when paying for services and goods by credit card. Please note that you will NOT be able to exchange your remaining dollars back at the official exchange rate! It is exclusively NOT recommended to use official exchangers and pay for goods with credit cards.
But there is an unofficial, so-called black rate for the Argentine peso. It will give you about 50% more local currency, and thus you can slightly offset the high cost of staying on this continent. You can also accept unused pesos back.
Import and export of national and foreign currencies is not limited; amounts over 10,000 USD must be declared.
Argentina has a diverse range of climates,
Unfortunately, you can not find a single period in which the weather is very good throughout the country.
November, can be a good compromise for most of the country, although in the far north, it can already be a hot month.
In Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, the temperatures are reminiscent of the Mediterranean climate, the daily average ranging from 11 °C (52 °F) in July, to 25-30 °C (77-87 °F) in January.
In the southernmost part of Patagonia and in Tierra del Fuego, the climate is cold oceanic, that is, with average temperatures close to freezing in winter and around 10 °C (50 °F) in summer.
Argentina is a huge country, filled to the brim with activities and attractions.
The wonderful landscapes and breathtaking nature will undoubtedly mesmerise you. From Perito Moreno Glacier to various national parks filled with unique animals and plants, nature is a big part of Argentina.
Cities in Argentina bustle with life, no matter if it’s the capital Buenos Aires or a smaller city. Everyone corner is full of life, from busy restaurants to relaxing bookstores and museums.
The cultural side of Argentina is also very interesting and unique. Tango and football are certainly the two activities that this country is very passionate about. In addition, the country has a very interesting history, literature and cinema.
Iguazú Falls are huge waterfalls located along the Argentina and Brazil border. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and part of Iguaçu National Park. Not only are these waterfalls breathtaking, the whole surrounding nature is also very untouched and calming. Walkways and platforms allow tourists to easily get close to these waterfalls, you can even get to the bottom of certain waterfalls. There are a couple of hundred of falls in the whole park, as it varies every season. They range from 60 to 82 meters. Getting closer to them can be a bit intimidating, but it’s well worth it. If you’re not keen on walking, you can also get on a train, that will take you all around this place. In addition, boats can take you to various islands, where you see the spectacular falls or take pictures.
Cataratas International Airport is located near the park, you fly there from Buenos Aires. The flight takes about 2 hours. If you don’t want to fly, you can take a 16 to 18 hour bus or drive yourself.
Perito Moreno Glacier is a 30 kilometer glacier and a popular tourist attraction in Argentina. There are various ways to approach this glacier: you can go there by helicopter or by boat. If you’re an adventurous person, you might also want to walk on it by foot. This huge glacier is a truly mesmerising sight, not only because of its size, but also the way it moves and expands. You can even experience how chunks of ice break down and fall right into water. Another fun fact is that it’s also the third-largest reserve of fresh water in the world. Take a hot drink to keep yourself warm and go visit the Perito Moreno Glacier, as you won’t this kind of attraction anywhere else.
This glacier is about 50 to 60 km in the west from El Calafate, the nearest city. You can reach it by car or a bus, it takes about two hours.
Tierra del Fuego National Park is a 630 square kilometer park located in the Tierra del Fuego Province. It has very dramatic scenery ranging from simple forests, to glaciers and waterfalls. Because of this, there’s a big variety in wildlife, including animals like Andean Fox, muskrats and guanacos. Birds like the Andean condor and austral parakeet can be also be found here. The nature in this park is tranquil and unique. Hiking is a popular activity too, with many different trails along the whole park area. A Southern Fuegian Railway train runs through the park and provides a comfortable way of sightseeing.
The park is about 11 kilometers to the west from Ushuaia, another popular tourist destination. From the city, you can easily reach the park by a car in 20 minutes. You can also take a train.
La Boca is a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, known for its colours and Italian legacy. Once you first set your foot in the neighborhood, you will be amazed by how colorful everything is. From houses to cafes, everything is painted in bright warm colors. It is truly a sight to behold. The most popular landmark in La Boca is the Caminito street museum, where tango artists performances mesmerise everyone. Here you can also find the La Ribera theatre, tango clubs and even Italian taverns. Restaurants and market stalls are commonplace too, you can taste some exotic cuisine or buy a souvenir.
La Boca is located in the southeastern part of Buenos Aires. From the center of the city, you can reach La Boca by car, public transport or on foot.
Nahuel Huapi National Park is the oldest national park in Argentina with an area of over 7000 square kilometers. Tall Andes mountains tower over the park’s many lakes, rivers, glaciers and forests. Moreover, it is home to a dormant volcano called Mount Tronador. Because of the varied geography, the park has many types of flora and fauna. Some examples include small deer named pudus and the lengas trees. Camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing and mountain biking are just a couple of activities that are popular in this location. Adrenaline lovers can also go paragliding and kite surfing. This remote piece of nature is the best place to be when you want to run away from city noise and crowds.
Bariloche is the city nearest to the park. From the city, you can easily reach the park on foot, by car or boat.
Valdés Peninsula is a peninsula into the Atlantic Ocean and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Most of this place is barren, with only some salt lakes, and that’s why this peninsula is so beautiful and unique. Animals like sea lions and elephant seals inhabit the coastline, while orcas and whales make their home in the water near the peninsula. Rheas and guanacos are also common on the peninsula. Not only is the peninsula itself beautiful, but the animals that you can meet and spot there add another layer of excitement. Guided tours are also available and well worth the money.
The nearest city is Puerto Madryn, around 80 kilometres from the peninsula. From the city, there are multiple ways to reach the destination, including by bus and car.
Ushuaia, located near the Tierra del Fuego National Park, is claimed to be the world’s southernmost city. If that is not enough to make you curious about this city, then there’s also the city museum, which used to be a prison colony. Daily bus and boat tours can take you all around the city, to places like the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse or the San Juan del Salvamento Lighthouse. Orcas, penguins, seals litter the coast and waters, while diverse flora surrounds the city. Beagle Channel cuts through Ushuaia and you can even board a boat from here.
Ushuaia is the most southernmost city in Argentina. Located about 2300 kilometers from Buenos Aires, the best way to reach this city is to fly. A plane from Buenos Aires will take about 3 and a half hours to reach Ushuaia.
Road of the Seven Lakes is an incredibly scenic road between towns San Martín de los Andes and Villa La Angostura. The road is about 110 kilometers in lenght and crosses Lanin and Nahuel Huapi national parks. Driving along this stretch of the road offers a very breathtaking view of lakes such as Escondido, Espejo, Lácar and others. You can also hike, bike or simply walk along some portions of the road. Road of the seven lakes pretty much serves as a guide, as it takes you to the most popular and best attractions Bariloche region has to offer.
Location: https://goo.gl/maps/GwThsLWQoWJ948TKA (the beginning of the road)
Palacio Barolo is a 22 story building, based on Dante’s Divine Comedy. Just like in the poem, the building is divided in to three sections: hell, purgatory and heaven. It’s also 100 meters tall, one meter for every canto in the poem. Back when it was completed in 1923, it was the tallest skyscraped in South America. The inside of the building is also masterfully crafted, with an antique early 1900s elevator and various geometric shapes representing alchemic symbols and colors of the Italian flag. This building is truly an architectural masterpiece. In addition, guided tours are available and are a good way to learn about the building. There’s also a cocktail bar and cafe, where you can refresh yourself while enjoying the view. You can then go higher and reach the rooftop lighthouse, which opens up a very panoramic view of Buenos Aires.
Palacio Barolo is located in the eastern part of Buenos Aires and is easily reachable by car, public transport or on foot.
Beagle Channel is a strait between Chile and Argentina and one of the three navigatable passages around South America. It is about 240 kilometers long and has a lot of interesting attractions and eye candy. Travelling along the channel is done by boat, which can usually be boarded in any city along the coast of this channel. Animals like sea lions, seals, dolphins, porpoises and penguins are common sights when travelling through this channel. Sea Lions Island and Romanche Glacier are also two interesting landmarks situated within the strait. As mentioned before, the city of Ushuaia is located within the Beagle Channel.
|The general emergency telephone number||911|
|Tourist Police||0800-999-5000 / 0800-999-2838|
|Ministro Pistarini International Airport||+54115480-6111|
|Department of Tourism Safety||43 027 816|
Medical insurance is not required to travel to Argentina, but it is compulsory for a relaxing holiday. Insurance is issued for each tourist and eliminates the need to pay medical expenses for emergency medical care. In Argentina, an ambulance comes only for road accidents. And you can call only a private doctor to the hotel and the fee will be about $ 100, blood test – $ 45, limb bandaging – $ 35, taking into account these not low prices, the need for medical insurance increases significantly. In addition, the country has a vast geography – these are mountains, waterfalls, the ocean, rivers, lakes, and so on, and if you are a lover of outdoor activities and hiking routes, then the insurance package should certainly include the organization of rescue services. But, if you prefer visiting only large cities, then a minimum package of medical services is sufficient.
There are no compulsory vaccination requirements to visit Argentina, but there are diseases for the avoidance of which, vaccinations are desirable:
Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus (once every 10 years), influenza vaccination – seasonal, recommended annually, hepatitis A and B, typhoid fever and rabies (if you intend to relax in rural areas, far from cities ), yellow fever.
In Argentina, you should only drink bottled water purchased in stores. Street food is simple, tasty and high in calories, but it is not clean and the risk of poisoning is very high. The food in restaurants is not worse, but the dangers are much less. Due to the unusual bacteria, gastroenteritis is common among foreigners.
Argentina is a country with a rich variety of insects, snakes, spiders and other living things.
In both urban and rural areas, you should not come into contact with stray animals. Mosquitoes in Argentina are carriers of very dangerous diseases, including: malaria, yellow fever and the Zika virus (when bitten by a pregnant woman, it can cause severe pathologies in the fetus). To protect against mosquitoes, mosquitoes, it is recommended to wear light-colored clothing that completely covers the body, have nets on the windows and use repellents containing IR3535 or DEET icaridin.
If you are stung by a jellyfish, snake, scorpion or spider, if possible, take a picture of the creature so that the doctor can quickly administer the necessary antidote. If you spent the night outside the city, wake up, be sure to shake your clothes and shoes, as an unnamed guest in the form of a scorpion, a spider or a snake may be hiding there.
Argentina has a huge number of hospitals, both public and private. And the staff is usually highly qualified. There are long queues in public hospitals and many problems with filling out various documents. In private, the equipment is better and there are no queues. Prices in private clinics are much lower than in clinics in the USA and Europe.
Argentina is one of the safest countries to travel to. However, you should remember the precautions, as in any other country.
Argentina has 2 mobile operators
|Info||Owned by “Mexican América Móvil”, Claro is the largest operator in Argentina. It will be better to buy data package.|
|Cost||€3.27 for SIM with package preloaded|
|Other||Free WhatsApp (without VoIP)|
|Package is valid for 30 days|
|Text blank SMS to 444 to check your credit balance|
|Where To Buy||To buy, visit any store, where you will find Claro logo. You will need to buy USIM card to use 4G/LTE|
|How to recharge||You can buy recharge cards in the same shops, where you can buy SIM cards|
|Info||Second largest operator in Argentina. Almost 90% of the metro system in Buenos Aires is covered by Personal. By the end of 2017 overall coverage is 71% of the population.|
|Cost||€3 for SIM with package preloaded|
|Other||Package is valid for 30 days|
|Free WhatsApp (without VoIP)|
|Call *150# to check your credit balance|
|Where To Buy||Just like with Claro, you can purchase SIM in any local store or visit “Personal” official shops to buy needed SIM (https://www.personal.com.ar/ayudaysoporte/centrosdeatencion/)|
|How to recharge||You can buy recharge cards in the same shops, where you can buy SIM cards|
We suggest you to select “Claro”, because this is the largest and the most widespread operator in Argentina. With “Claro” SIM you will have enough data for all of your needs.
Check if you need an adapter before starting a trip
Some appliances never need a converter. If the label states ‘INPUT: 100-240V, 50/60 Hz’ the appliance can be used in all countries in the world
Argentina is a large country with a mixed transport infrastructure. Argentinian roads are not very good, as they tend to be dangerous and poorly maintained. Moreover, corrupt police officers can also hinder your driving experience. Public transportation mostly relies on buses, as train services are very limited.
Road traffic is on the right side.
Train infrastructure in Argentina is very limited. Railways are mostly concentrated around Buenos Aires and some cities like Posadas. Trains are cheaper than buses, but tend to be slower. Travelling long distances by train can be comfortable, though, because you have space for sleeping. Train tickets can be bought at train stations. For most routes, reservations aren’t needed, but during holidays and weekends, they can sometimes be useful.
Bus infrastructure in Argentina is excellent. Buses are comfortable, fast and reliable. Many buses are modern, with various things like air-conditioning and Wi-Fi. Moreover, they have routes throughout the whole country, so it’s very easy to get around Argentina with a bus. In addition, during summer, many tourist destinations have an increased bus frequency. Just like trains, long distance buses also have accommodations for resting. There are several different bus classes, each with different price and comfortability. Tickets can be bought online, at bus stations or from drivers. Reservations are not required, unless it’s a holiday season or it’s a very popular route. www.plataforma10.com.ar and www.omnilineas.com are a couple of websites where you can buy bus tickets. Major cities like Buenos Aires, have their own local buses that you can use to travel around.
Buenos Aires Underground, also called Subte in Spanish, is the only metro system in Argentina. This is definitely the fastest way of getting around the city. Moreover, there 6 metro lines, which cover a decent amount of Buenos Aires. Trains run from around 05:00 to 06:00 am to midnight, every 3 to 6 minutes. One ticket costs 19 ARS and SUBE card is required to ride the metro.
Three cities in Argentina have a working tramway system: Buenos Aires, Mendoza and Valle Hermoso. These trams are quite fast and can be very useful for exploring each of these cities. Most trains are relatively modern and provide a decent level of comfort. Tramway systems usually operate from early morning to late evening or midnight. The biggest downside is that there aren’t many routes, meaning you only reach specific parts of these cities.
In Argentina, there are plenty of taxis you can take. Many of them are licensed and have a taxi meter. Taxis are mostly safe, scams and thefts are rare. Moreover, fares are surprisingly low, making taxis an affordable and a convenient way of travelling around. You should always use small bills when taking a taxi, as drivers don’t always have the required amount to give change. Requesting a taxi via mobile phone or an app like BA taxi means that you will get a reliable driver. You can hail a cab on the street, but it’s usually not a good option.
Most of the time, renting a car in Argentina is a not a good choice. A car is useful for travelling around regions that don’t have public transport, but that is pretty much the only benefit to renting a car in Argentina. Roads in the country are average, but tend to be confusing and not particularly safe. Driving at night can especially be dangerous, as lighting is quite poor and animals on the road are not uncommon. Drivers in the country also tend to be very aggressive, particularly in the cities. Police can often stop you and may solicit a bribe, especially if they see that you’re in a rental car. To rent a car in Argentina you must be 21 year old, have a credit card and a driving license. International Driving Permit is also sometimes required, but not always.
Bike rental shops can be found in many popular tourist destinations, but biking is not that popular compared to Europe or USA. Bikes are generally affordable, but prices are very varied. Bike paths in the cities are not common and biking on roads is not always safe. On the other hand, biking in nature is often a good and relaxing experience.
Because Argentina is a large country, domestic flights are common. Flying is not always a good option, as schedules can sometimes be unreliable. Reservations are often needed, because flying is also popular among locals. Aerolíneas Argentinas (https://www.aerolineas.com.ar/) is the national flight operator in the country, but there are also other companies like LATAM (https://www.latam.com/country_selector/) and Andes (www.andesonline.com).
Argentina has many international airports, but most of them only serve Argentina or South America.
The main airport is Ezeiza International Airport
To reach the center of Buenos Aires you can choose from two buses: local bus 8 or bus Tienda León.
|Price||40.30 ARS (+ 90 ARS for the SUBE card; local bus) or 490 ARS (Tienda León)|
|Schedule||06:00 am to 22:25 pm, every 30 minutes (local bus) or 24 hours, every 30 to 60 minutes (Tienda León)|
|Duration of the trip||60 to 70 minutes (local bus) or 50 to 60 minutes (Tienda León)|
|Waiting time||You have to wait a bit for both buses|
There are many car rental services at the airport.
|Price||At least 4000 ARS per day|
|Duration of the trip||40 to 50 minutes by car|
If you want to reach the center of Buenos Aires quicker, you can take a taxi.
|Duration of the trip||40 to 50 minutes|
|Waiting time||You can depart anytime|
You can book a private transfer from the airport.
For more information regarding transportation in Buenos Aires, you can go here: https://turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/en/article/getting-around
Some taxi drivers may try to scam you by saying their meter is not working, but you should know that 99% of the time it’s a lie to get you to pay more.
Argentina is completely safe for tourists of all ages. The attitude of local residents is always friendly, and the tourism industry workers sincerely try to provide guests with the best conditions for recreation.
Located in the southern hemisphere, Argentina swaps summer and winter. It is also a very large country, so the climate depends on the region. There are zones of temperate climate, they are in the south, commensurate with European latitudes. In the center of the country there is an arid or humid tropical climate, while to the north you will find subtropics as you approach the equator, which is still far away.
Argentina’s hospitality sector dispenses with an official star classification: only international chain hotels are labeled with them. Meanwhile, there are enough places for accommodation in the country for every taste and budget, from the most expensive and luxurious to very affordable and at the same time cozy at home.
Children’s menu and baby food are provided in most hotels.
Necessary items for children can also be purchased in supermarkets, shopping centers, pharmacies or small shops in the hotel or nearby.
Babysitting services are available in hotels, and for older children, some hotels provide professional animation services.
For those who are going to travel to Argentina with children, it is best to stay in the capital of the country – Buenos Aires, and already here choose the itineraries of future travel.
For families with children, it is better to choose the coast, where the climate is milder and calmer. True, you should swim more carefully, the Atlantic Ocean with its coastal currents requires attention. The seaside resorts of Pinamar and Miramar are perfect for a wonderful time with the whole family.
It is hardly worth going on vacation with children to the Chaco Nature Reserve or other difficult places to visit.
Ski resorts like La Hoya are well suited for families if you decide to spend your summer in the Argentine winter.
Argentina is a country with loyal attitude to animals
|1. Pet Microchip||Chipping your pets is not required to travel to Argentina, however, microchipping and registering your pet in an international database would allow you to identify your pet if it is lost.
In any case, make sure your animal has a tag with all the contact details.
|2. Vaccinations||Pets (cats, dogs, ferrets) must be vaccinated against rabies at least 21 days and no more than 36 months before entering Argentina.
If you come from a rabies-free country, you do not need to get the vaccine, however, after entering Argentina, you will need to vaccinate within 5 days.
|3. Rabies Titer Test||Argentina, does not require a rabies titer.|
|4. Health Certificate||After your arrival in Argentina, within 10 days a local licensed veterinarian must issue a veterinary certificate for Argentina for your animal.
For the trip, you should have a translation of your pet’s health passport into Spanish, if not, you can contact a state translator during customs clearance.
If you are traveling from the United States or Canada, a USDA (or CFIA) accredited veterinarian must complete a USDA or CFIA approved health certificate for Argentina 10 days prior to travel.
|5. Ticks and Tapeworm Treatment||Before traveling to Argentina, you should make sure that your pet is healthy, as when entering the country, the animal is checked, in case of finding fleas, ticks or parasites, the animal will be sent for treatment. However, be vigilant and protect your animal from infection with various infections in Argentina.|
|6. Entering by Air||One day before arrival, your airline must notify the entry point manager of the presence of pets on board so that he can call a veterinarian to examine your pet.
For air transportation of pets to and from Argentina, there is a customs duty of US $ 25.
|7. Banned breeds||Argentina does not publish a list of prohibited breeds|
|8. Other Animals||Birds, reptiles, fish, mammals, invertebrates, amphibians, rodents are not subject to rabies vaccination requirements, but must have a health certificate. Pet owners should request the necessary information from the relevant authorities in their country and / or country of destination.|
|9. CITES||If your pet is not a cat, dog or ferret, make sure that it is not a species protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Animals of Wildlife (CITES). If your pet is a rare species, then you should get special permits.|
You can transport your pet on public transport in a suitable carrier.
It is better to discuss this issue directly with the driver.
There are enough hotels in Argentina where you can stay with your pets and you can choose one of them when booking.
If all of the above rules are followed, there will be no problems traveling with animals in Argentina.
Transporting animals long distances is a huge stress for them. Please consider this fact in order not to harm your little friend.
And if you cannot leave your pet under the supervision of the house, then take care of purchasing the most comfortable carrying and take with you enough medicines to solve the problems of the animal as soon as possible.
More information can be found on this website: https://www.pettravel.com/immigration/argentina.cfm
Argentina is the birthplace of tango, real steaks and very beautiful and cheerful people. Silver mines and glaciers of the Southern Hemisphere, Buenos Aires and Cape Horn, oceans, mountains and the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, and much, much more. If you plan to travel not only in Argentina, but also in other countries of South America, then in a rented car you can only cross the border of the countries of Mercosur. Mercosur is a common market for the countries of South America, which includes Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay and Venezuela. You cannot travel to other countries of the continent. An exception is Chile, for which you need to obtain a special permit. Permission is given once, but it is reusable. Renting a car in Argentina requires you to be careful. Residents here are not too zealous to adhere to the traffic rules. Crossing solid lines and speeding are considered normal by many Argentines, and turn signals are used only in the event of an accident. However, this does not mean that the traffic police turn a blind eye to such liberties. In Argentina, there are traffic rules, and it is important to adhere to them, even if others do not plan. Recently, laws have come into force to toughen all types of fines for traffic violations in Argentina. Do not forget to turn on the low beam headlights outside the city and fasten your seat belts.
In the north, most of the roads are in good condition, not all are asphalted. There is a lot of off-road in Patagonia. In the middle of the country, the situation is worse.
In many cities, it is forbidden to turn left at traffic lights without an additional sign allowing this action.
It is forbidden to use the phone while driving. Conversations only with a headset or speakerphone.
Always carry your driver’s license, registration and insurance documents with you.
There are quite a few petrol stations in Argentina, however, in more remote areas, they can be difficult.
|Speed limit||Rural||110 km/h|
|Highway||120 to 130 km/h|
|Minimal driving age||17 years|
|Minimal rental age||21 years|
|Seat belts||Seat belts must be worn in the front and in the rear|
Toll roads are mainly in the north of Argentina, prices from 3 to 25 ARS, this is 0.5-4 USD. Sometimes the plots are very frequent, but the maximum amount of payments per day reached 70 ARS (10 USD).
There are no toll roads in Patagonia yet.
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Доступна парковка снаружи - 10 EUR / день.
Банк Албании. Банки предлагают лучший курс обмена денег - конвертер валют
Режим работы ресторана быстрого питания «Колонат»: 7-00 средний чек - 7 EUR. Есть детское кресло.
Bunkart2 - величественный бункер, построенный на окраине города в 70-х годах бывшим диктатором Энвером Ходжей. Это невероятное место, чтобы пройти через туннель на склоне холма. Есть несколько комнат, превращенных в небольшие уроки истории, показывающие итальянские и немецкие вторжения в эпоху Ходжа.
Советы - Под землей холодно, подойдет свитер, продолжительность экскурсии 90 минут. Цена 4 EUR, детям до 3 лет вход бесплатный. Время работы с 10 до 19.
Завтрак подается до 10 утра.
Доступ к шоссе свободный.
Скорость 90-110 км / ч, сельская 80, городская 40.
Цена 45 EUR, 1 двуспальная кровать.
Завтрак не входит.
На территории гостиницы имеется парковка.
Заселение в 14:00.
Окрестности гостиницы, удобства Расположение на карте или проверьте другие варианты
Рекомендем погулять. Проходит 10 мин. Расстояние 500 м.
Отдохните и расслабьтесь! Шезлонг и зонт обычно стоят от 3-5 EUR, но если у вас есть собственный, вы легко найдете общественный пляж с бесплатным входом.
Ресторан - "Piceri Cekodima". Еда: пицца, местная, средиземноморская.
Цена 15-25 EUR
Вылет из Тираны
Цена билетов начинается от 45 EUR "Rynair".
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Прибытие в Вильнюс
Из аэропорта Вильнюса "Rynair", на карте , напоминание
Прилет в Тирану
Аренда авто, на карте
Заезд в 14:00. Время в пути обычно 20 мин, час пик 40-60 мин.На карте
Банк Албании. Напоминание .На карте
MC Donald's Works круглосуточно и без выходных.На карте
Bunkart2 - Время работы с 10 до 19. На карте
Ресторан - "À la Santé". На карте
Завтрак подается до 10 утра.
"Rezidenca Cehodhima". Заезд в 14:00
"Radhine beach" - рекомендуем погулять. На карте
Ресторан "Cekodima". На карте
"Rezidenca Cehodhima" - Рекомендуем вернуться в отель на пляже.На карте
Вылет из Тираны. На карте Напоминание
Прибытие в Вильнюс
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