Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Arriving into Buenos Aires

Whether you will arrive in Argentina by air, land or sea it is always a good idea to read up ahead of time and come armed with the information you need to ensure a smooth trip through immigration and onwards journey from the airport, bus station or cruise port.

With a little forward planning you can avoid getting caught unawares by the ‘reciprocity fee’ entry requirement for tourists from the United States, Canada and Australia, make sure you don’t find yourself being ripped off by an unscrupulous taxi driver and safely navigate your way home from Retiro bus station.

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Argentina Reciprocity Entry Fee

Argentina Reciprocity Entry Fee

Before arriving in Argentina tourists from Canada must pay a ‘reciprocity fee’ online via the Argentinian Immigration website and print the receipt to show on arrival. The fee has been suspended for US and Australian citizens!

Other Arrivals Info
What to pack for a trip to Buenos Aires

What to pack for a trip to Buenos Aires

Unsure what to pack for your upcoming trip to Buenos Aires? Here we’ve compiled a list of what to bring in your suitcase, and what to leave at home. Don’t leave home unprepared for your urban adventure!

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