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Tips for Visiting Argentina

Tips for Visiting Argentina

If you’re planning a trip to Argentina, whether it’s your first time or you’ve visited before and are ready to return, there are some things you should know before visiting Argentina that will make your trip much more enjoyable. These 10 tips will help ensure that your vacation goes smoothly and you don’t encounter any unpleasant surprises.

You’ll Need More Time Than Planned
You should extend your stay in Argentina from seven to ten days because you will need extra time for everything. First of all, the nation is enormous, and due to the dearth of domestic planes, travelling from point A to point B is sometimes difficult. After exploring everything that the nation has to offer, you’ll probably want to remain longer. Buenos Aires offers great museums (the Museum of Fine Arts), beautiful parks (the Bosque de Palermo), and old churches with new interpretations (Basilica Nuestra Señora del Pilar). As a result, it’s worth a visit. Don’t forget to check out some tango dancing while you’re here either!

It Will Be a Challenge if You Are Vegan or Vegetarian
The majority of the cuisine in Argentina is meat-based since the people there adore it. Finding restaurants that serve vegan or vegetarian meals can be difficult, especially outside of Buenos Aires. It Is Not Easy to Speak Spanish: Unless you are fluent in Spanish, communicating will be difficult and frustrating for both parties. We do not Recommend Bringing Your Credit Card: You should bring your debit card instead because some places don’t take credit cards and you might get stuck with a lot of cash if you only have a credit card. We do not recommend bringing any American Dollars as well as they are worth much less than Argentinian Pesos and they could result in a significant amount of money lost if you were to make an error like this.

Spanish is a Bit Different Here
Although Spanish is Argentina’s national language, you might be shocked to learn that they don’t speak it the same manner as you Spaniards. Slang and vocabulary from various languages are frequently used by the locals, which might be confusing for non-native speakers. Fortunately, it shouldn’t be difficult to locate someone who can speak English. French is also spoken in some areas of the country but not always.
When in doubt, just smile and nod your head while trying to pronounce your best Hola or Como esta? .

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They Take Their National Symbols Quite Seriously
In Argentina, national symbols are revered, so treat them with respect. Up to four years in prison may be imposed for actions that are deemed to be insulting to national symbols. So if you want to snap a photo of the flag or the presidential palace, ask for permission first. The country’s football team is called Los Albicelestes and its jerseys are bright blue and white striped with an orange ‘A’ on the chest. They love their rugby, too!

You Won’t Need a Visa
Last but not least, Americans can travel to and remain in Argentina without a visa for up to 90 days. So take the plunge! Book your tickets now and visit one of South America’s most exciting destinations. You won’t regret it!

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