Reopening for Bordering Countries. Check the Requirements to travel to Argentina.
Update Date: November 20, 2020
The regulation comes into effect in November 2020 and enables travelers from Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia. In a first phase, tourists will only be able to travel to Buenos Aires and stay in its metropolitan area.
According to the resolution, the requirements to travel to Argentina are only 3.
Requirements to travel to Argentina Covid19
- Submit an immigration procedure within 48 hours prior to boarding. You can do it from this link. * Those over 70 years of age are exempt from doing it electronically.
- A negative PCR test.
- Possess COVID health insurance.
* Although the form asks for an address to perform the 14-day quarantine, presenting the negative PCR test would not require quarantine.
These requirements to enter Argentina will be demanded by the airline or ferry at the time of boarding since the companies could have significant penalties for non-compliance.
TOURISTS ENTERING THE COUNTRY DO NOT NEED TO MAKE QUARANTINE.
The entry and exit terminals of the country enabled are the following:
- Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Ezeiza, Province of Buenos Aires,
- San Fernando International Airport, Province of Buenos Aires
- Port of the City of Buenos Aires (Terminal Buquebus. For Argentine tourists or with residence in Argentina, and for Uruguayan tourists or people with residence in Uruguay).
The metropolitan area of Buenos Aires, known as the AMBA comprises the City and 35 districts of the Province of Buenos Aires, including: Tigre, Vicente López, Avellaneda, La Plata, San Isidro, San Fernando, Escobar and Luján, among others.
Tourists will be able to stay in hotels, visit museums and art galleries, take walks in the open air, attend craft fairs, shop in open-air shopping malls and malls, eat on grills and other gastronomic venues, among other activities.
Argentina has received the SAFE TRAVELS seal from the WTTC which defines it as a Safe Destination.
Remember the basic prevention measures:
- Social distancing: 2 meters away from other people.
- Use of chinstraps or face masks to circulate on the street.
- Wash your hands frequently.
- Cough or sneeze into the foot of the elbow.
- Do not touch your face with your hands.
- Disinfection of frequently used objects.