Argentina

Another top tourist spot and one of South America’s best, Argentina makes a proud but worthy boast of some of Mother Nature’s finest. Laying claims to South America’s highest mountain, some of the world’s famous waterfalls, stunning canyons with formidable rock formations, impressive deltas, several beautiful archaeological and architectural structures, amazing beaches, and so many other breathtaking spots, there is just no questioning to its claim. With so much wonder sites dotted all over the country, Argentina opens its borders to welcome thousands of tourists yearly. You simply have to experience it yourself because some things are just better experienced than heard.
With Buenos Aires as its capital, Argentina is officially known as the Argentine Republic, and it’s the second largest country by land mass in South America.

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Stunning Dances

Argentina is a very cultural country, but they are mainly known because of Tango.

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Dinosaur

In the last decade, a group of archaeologists found in Argentina: The Giganotosaurus.

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Natural Wonders

Argentina is home for hundreds of Natural Wonders, including the Iguazú Falls, which are unique in the world.

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Exquisite Winery

Argentina is the fifth largest country producer of wine in the world, and it counts with 1.800 wineries nowadays.

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Currency
Argentina is one of those countries that use a currency unique to it. More commonly called "peso”, Argentina’s currency is officially called "Argentine peso.” One US dollar is equivalent to 17.29 Argentine Peso.

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Language
The national language of the Argentines is Argentine Spanish. There are some areas in the country where their Spanish have been adulterated with a little touch of Latin and French.

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Visa Information
Foreigners who intend to enter Argentina for a short period with no business intention are to secure a visitor visa at the nearest Argentine consulate within his or her home country. However, nationals of the EU, USA, Australia, and Britain do not require a visa to enter the country. Citizens of Canada, Australia, and America have to pay a reciprocity fee of $78.  
Other requirements include the following:
1. An authentic passport that will remain valid throughout your stay in the country.
2. A completed and signed visa application form.
3. Two recent passport-sized photographs.
4. Valid bank statement indicating that you are financially able to support yourself and cover expenses that are likely to be incurred during your visit.
5. Round trip tickets.
6. Visa fees. The standard rate is US$150, but citizens of India and Morocco are exempted from paying this fee.
7. Application fee is US$ 40. 
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Getting There
The best means of transport into Argentina is by air. Aerolineas Argentinas is the country’s national airline, but Ministro Pistarini International Airport seems to be busiest international airport in the country. 
You will find direct flights into Argentina from the UK, US, Brazil, different parts of Europe, South Africa, Australia and a few other South American countries. 
You can also enter Argentina by land through Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Bus travels are usually comfortable and convenient but quite long. Entering through Brazil will mean you go through Puerto Iguazú to Foz do Iguaçu. Chile offers a number of crossing points since it shares the longer border with Argentina. You can cross Chile into Argentina at Salta in a 10-hour drive to San Pedro de Atacama or at Bariloche in a 12-hour drive to Puerto Montt. You can also choose to cross the border of Chile at Los Antiguos in summer to Chile Chico; however, the main crossing point is at Mendoza to Argentina’s capital. Clorinda to Asunción is the preferred crossing route from Paraguay. For Uruguay, it’s either Concordia to Salto, or Gualeguaychú to Fray Bentos.
There isn’t so much of a convenient and easy access into the country by sea.
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Peak Travel Periods
Foreigners entering Argentina for touristic purposes are allowed 90 days maximum to explore and enjoy all the wonders of the country. Flights into the country are cheapest in September and from April to June.

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