A large country that offers many opportunities to explore, Argentina is one of the most visited countries in Latin America by tourists from all over the world. This multicultural nation - with strong European, indigenous, and Latin American influences - is home to the city of Buenos Aires: Argentina's federal capital and regional cultural capital of Latin America. Discover why it is one of the world's favorite cities, exploring its gastronomy, wine culture, and history. You can also visit Bariloche, Mendoza, Salta or Villa la Angostura - beautiful cities and towns where you can enjoy both typical city activities as well as other outdoor activities: hiking, climbing, beaches, rivers and much more. Whether you visit its urban areas, coastal areas or the famous Argentine pampas, this country has plenty to offer.
Accessible travel Argentina
Buenos Aires has been recognized as one of the most accessible cities in Latin America. A law was passed in 1994 that required the elimination of barriers for people with reduced mobility in public transportation. Not all subway stations, the "subte", are wheelchair accessible. However, due to the developed tourist industry in the city, as well as in other places of interest in the country, there is a wide range of accessible accommodation and transportation.
Be sure to take out adequate medical insurance for your personal and travel needs, and to have funds to cover any medical emergencies.
Dengue virus is present in some regions of the country.
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As is often the case in densely populated urban areas, theft is quite common in Buenos Aires, Rosario and Mendoza. We recommend you to be cautious and avoid flashing valuables.
The requirements for access to Argentina depend on your nationality. It may be necessary to obtain a visa and show a valid passport. You can consult information and obtain your visa, here.
In northern Argentina, in territories closer to the equator, temperatures tend to be warmer. In the south, on the other hand, temperatures drop. Meanwhile, Buenos Aires is humid and temperate: with distinguishable seasons and rainfall mainly in summer.
The official language of Argentina is Spanish; however, Guaraní, Qom, Moqoit and Wichí are recognized as regional languages.
Electricity in Argentina is 220V and the plugs are type C and I.