Posts Tagged ‘Tourist Fee’

Entry Fee for Americans, Canadians and Australians

Monday, December 21st, 2009

Effective December 28, 2009, citizens of US, Canada and Australia will be required to pay a fee when visiting Argentina. Americans will pay US$131, Canadians US$70 and Australians US$100. The entry fee will be collected only at Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires. The fee permits Americans multiple entries into Argentina for 10 years. Canadians […]

Proposed Tourist Fee Postponed

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

Argentina has postponed implementation of a proposed tourist fee that was set to take effect this March, according to the American Citizen Services Newsletter published by the US Embassy in Argentina. In late 2008, Argentina announced it would charge a reciprocal entry fee from citizens of all countries that charge Argentines visa or entry fees. That fee was scheduled […]

Most Tourists Don’t Need a Pre-arranged Visa to Enter Argentina

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

Most tourists don’t need a pre-arranged visa to enter Argentina but it depends on your country of citizenship. Tourists from Canada, United States, Germany, Australia and the UK — just to name a few countries — don’t need to get a visa in advance of their arrival. If you are a citizen of one of […]