Argentina has become a favorite destination for Brazilians since borders started reopening. According to a survey, nearly 30% of tourists travelling to Argentina come from Brazil – the highest percentage in the survey.
Chileans came second at 24%. The most popular destinations for tourists are the capital Buenos Aires, Bariloche, Mendoza, Puerto Iguazú, Ushuaia and El Calafate. The survey was conducted by the Decolar travel agency.
Have you thought about visiting Argentina? Check the entry requirements that have been in force since November 1st:
– Documentation showing Proof of Vaccination up to 14 days before the trip with either two doses or a single dose
– A Negative RT-PCR test carried out 72 hours before boarding
– Travel insurance that covers the costs of any treatment for Covid-19
– A completed Affidavit from the website of the Argentine government
– Children under 18 can enter the country with a negative RT-PCR, without the need for quarantining
Anyone who has not yet been vaccinated for Covid-19 can travel to Argentina, but must complete a seven-day quarantine, either at home or in a hotel. Afterwards they must take a RT-PCR test on the seventh day. If they are infected with Covid-19, they will need to isolate for an additional period, the cost of which will be borne by the traveler.
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