Visit Argentina


The regulation is effective starting November and it reaches travelers from Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia. In this first stage, tourists will only be allowed to fly to Buenos Aires and stay in the metropolitan area of the Argentine capital.

  • Incoming tourists will not be required to go into quarantine.
  • To enter the country, travelers will have to file an Electronic Sworn Statement no later than 48 hours prior to shipment, a negative PCR result no more than 72 hours in advance, and a certificate of medical insurance covering COVID-19 hospitalization and isolation.
  • Tourists 70 years old or older are exempted from the obligation to file the sworn statement electronically.
  • The following terminals will be opened for arrival to and departure from our country: Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Ezeiza, Province of Buenos Aires, San Fernando International Airport, in the Province of Buenos Aires, and the Port of the City of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal. This will be for Argentine tourists or tourists residing in Argentina, and for Uruguayan tourists or any individuals residing in Uruguay).
  • Incoming tourists will only be allowed to stay in the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area (AMBA), which includes the City of Buenos Aires as well as 35 regions in the Province of Buenos Aires, located close to the Argentine capital: Almirante Brown, Avellaneda, Berazategui, Berisso, Ensenada, Escobar, Esteban Echeverría, Ezeiza, Florencio Varela, General Las Heras, General Rodríguez, General San Martín, Hurlingham, Ituzaingó, José C. Paz, La Matanza, Lanús, La Plata, Lomas de Zamora, Luján, Marcos Paz, Malvinas Argentinas, Moreno, Merlo, Morón, Pilar, Presidente Perón, Quilmes, San Fernando, San Isidro, San Miguel, San Vicente, Tigre, Tres de Febrero and Vicente López.
  • Tourists will be allowed to stay at hotels, take walks in the open air, visit museums and art galleries, go to craft fairs, shop at outdoor malls and shopping centers, eat at parrillas and other restaurants outdoors or indoors (limited to 25% capacity and with prior booking), among other activities.
  • It is worth noting that Argentina has been awarded the Safe Travels Stamp by the WTTC, which labels it as a SAFE DESTINATION.
  • From the very first moment, the national authorities have worked on preventive measures such as social distancing: keeping a two-meter distance from others / Wearing facemasks in the street / Washing hands with soap and water frequently or using hand sanitizer / Coughing or sneezing on the inner corner of the elbow or using paper tissues / Avoid face- touching  / Disinfecting frequently-touched objects.