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    Chao, Reciprocity Fee!

    Reciprocity what? That is right, for those of you that don’t know this is great news for U.S. travelers coming to Argentina. A Reciprocity fee is basically a fine that all U.S. passport holders had to pay upon entering Argentina. The reciprocity fee was originally instated in 2009 under Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's presidency and targets those countries where Argentine citizens had to pay an entrance fee. Seems fair enough right? If you Read more
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    5 Things You Need To Know Before Your Trip to Argentina

    Please note that there have been recent changes to policies regarding the Argentina reciprocity fee, the Argentine Peso, and the Argentina Blue Dollar. Please refer to this post for up to date information on the reciprocity fee and this post for current information on the Argentina exchange rate. Whether it’s a 3-day flashpack or a two-week stay, whether you’ll be in hostels or five-star luxury hotels,  whether you’re Read more
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    Argentina Reciprocity Fee: Everything You Need to Know

    Please note that there have been recent changes to the Argentina reciprocity fee policy. U.S. passport holders no longer need to pay this fee, but Australian and Canadian passport holders do. For more information, click here. If you have traveled to other foreign countries before, you may have been required to obtain a visa prior to entering the country. Depending on what country you’re from, and what country you’re visiting, visas Read more