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Buenos Aires Argentina is served by the Ezeiza International Airport (EZE), which is officially known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport. Located around 35 km / 21 miles south-west of central Buenos Aires and within the Ezeiza region, this international airport is connected to the city by a fast motorway, the General Ricchieri Expressway.
Ministro Pistarini Airport in Ezeiza is the most important airport in the whole of Argentina and currently handles up to five million passengers each year. This equates to more than 70 percent of the country's international air traffic, making Ezeiza Airport a particularly noteworthy transport hub within Latin America.
A valid passport is required for U.S. citizens to enter Argentina. U.S. citizens do not need a visa for visits of up to 90 days for tourism or business, but U.S. citizens coming to Argentina for tourism and business travel through Ezeiza International Airport must pay a reciprocal entry fee of $140.00 dollars. Currently, the fee is only charged at Ezeiza airport. It can be paid in dollars, by credit card, or with travelers checks, and is valid for ten years and multiple entries. It applies only to bearers of regular, tourist passports. Travelers bearing diplomatic or official passports will not be charged, nor will travelers who are transiting and not entering Argentina. U.S. citizens who arrive in Argentina with expired or damaged passports may be refused entry and returned to the United States at their own expense. We encourage U.S. citizens to ensure that their travel documents are valid and in good condition prior to departure from the United States. Different rules apply to U.S. citizens who also have Argentine nationality, depending on their dates of U.S. naturalization. For more information, check the Argentine Ministry of the Interior website at www.migraciones.gov.ar/accesos/ingles/home.php.
The seasons in Argentina are the reverse of those in the Northern Hemisphere
|Best time to visit Buenos Aires|
|Best time to visit Iguazu and the Northwest|
|Summer||Dec-Mar||Best time to visit Patagonia|