In the footsteps of explorers.
This country, almost at the end of the world, at the crossroads of millennia-old glaciers and in the footsteps of explorers, will not fail to amaze you with its landscapes.
Argentina shares its northern border with Brazil and Paraguay, where the famous Iguazu Falls are located. Majestic, impressive, like amazons of nature!
The Andes will be the setting for some of your most beautiful hikes, and will bear witness to a splendid biodiversity that is still preserved. Meet the locals, sit down and chat over a maté, a typical local drink.
The less adventurous will appreciate the crazy atmosphere of Buenos Aires, where you’re sure to start your journey to the sound of Argentine tango in a milonga…
Some words and expressions in the language
The time difference with France is between 4 and 05 hours:
When it’s 2:30 pm in France, it’s 9:30 am in Argentina (summer time).
European sockets – with two or three flat plugs.
Vaccination against yellow fever is strongly recommended, especially for trips to the province of Misiones, near Iguazu Falls.
French nationals who also hold Argentine nationality must present an Argentine passport when entering Argentina.
French nationals under the age of 35 can also apply for a visa under the ” vacances-travail ” program.
The entry and exit of minors born or residing in Argentina is subject to restrictions. A permit issued by the Argentine authorities is required when the minor is traveling alone or in the company of a single parent.