Argentina has closed its borders for travel once again, while domestic restrictions are gradually being lifted.
Can I travel to Argentina?
- Argentina has closed its borders again, for all leisure travel. Travel is allowed for approved reasons only.
- Permitted arrivals must complete a sworn declaration 48 hours before traveling.
- Land borders are closed.
Do I need to go into quarantine when arriving to Argentina?
- Arrivals to Argentina will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
- Diplomats, crew members, sports professionals and specifically authorized arrivals are exempt from this requirement.
Are COVID-19 tests required to travel to Argentina?
- All arrivals to Argentina will be required to present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours.
- Nonresident foreign nationals are required to present a proof of insurance.
- Travelers may be tested additional upon arrival.
Is public transportation open in Argentina?
Public transportation in Argentina is operating in limited capacity.
Are the restaurants and bars open in Argentina?
Restaurants and bars are only open in limited capacity, and under social distancing requirements. During curfew hours, restaurants may offer takeout.
Are businesses and attractions open in Argentina?
- Non-essential businesses and attractions in Argentina are open in low-risk areas, with capacity limitations and health measures in place.
- In high-risk areas, indoor cultural activities are banned, and malls, shopping centers and sporting facilities are closed.
- A nightly curfew between 00:00-06:00 is in place, in high-risk areas.
Do I need to wear a face mask in Argentina?
Wearing face masks is required in public places.