With its bustling streets, haute fashion, sophisticated eateries and magnificent history, Buenos Aires is often called the “Paris of South America.” However, most visitors agree that this capital city feels distinctively Argentine. From the succulent grass-fed Pampas beef served in traditional parilla steakhouses to the seductive beat of the tango show palaces, Buenos Aires offers a glamorous twist on gaucho culture. Catch a polo match, spend the day browsing antiques in San Telmo or learn the tango from an expert at a local milonga. Then, end the day sipping hearty local Malbec wine and savoring extraordinary Argentinean fusion cuisine before heading out to dance the night away.
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Visitors to Argentina from the United States, Canada and Australia must pay an entrance fee (visitor visa) equal to the amount that those countries charge Argentine residents. The current fees (as of September 2012) are: $160 for the United States (valid for 10 years), $100 for Australia (valid for 1 year) and $75 for Canada (valid for one entry). This fee is required to be paid online prior to coming to Argentina. You must go to the Provincia Payment System (https://virtual.provinciapagos.com.ar/ArgentineTaxes), register, pay with your credit card and print out a receipt. You must then bring that receipt with you to prove payment. The Provincia Payment System can be quite cumbersome and some people have found this blog helpful: http://www.discoverbuenosaires.com/argentina-entrance-fee-visa-pre-paid.
You are required to have a passport or other accepted document that establishes your identity and nationality to enter Argentina and re-enter the United States.
In the case of minors, when traveling with your children, but without your spouse or partner, please have a notarized letter from the non-present parent authorizing the child’s travel. If not, the child may be held at security and unable to travel. This letter is highly recommended for any international destination.
If you are traveling with prescription medicines, carry them in their original containers and bring a copy of your prescription. If you buy medications abroad, be aware that they may not be FDA-approved or allowed into the United States. For more information on customs rules and regulations, please contact 202.354.1000 or visit www.cbp.gov.