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 is the second largest country in South America by land area, after Brazil. It is constituted as a federation of 23 provinces and an autonomous city, Buenos Aires. It is the eighth-largest country in the world by land area and the largest among Spanish-speaking nations. Argentina's continental area is between the Andes mountain range in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east. It borders Paraguay and Bolivia to the north, Brazil and Uruguay to the northeast, and Chile to the west and south. Argentine claims over Antarctica, as well as overlapping claims made by Chile and the United Kingdom, are suspended by the Antarctic Treaty of 1961. Argentina also claims the Falkland Islands (Spanish: Islas Malvinas) and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, which are administered by the United Kingdom as British Overseas Territories. A recognised middle power, Argentina is Latin America's third-largest economy, with a "very high" rating on the Human development index. Within Latin America, Argentina has the fifth highest nominal GDP per capita and the highest in purchasing power terms. Analysts have argued that the country has a "foundation for future growth due to its market size, levels of foreign direct investment, and percentage of high-tech exports as share of total manufactured goods", and it is classed by investors as an emerging economy. Argentina is a founding member of the United Nations, Mercosur, the Union of South American Nations, the Organization of Ibero-American States, the World Bank Group and the World Trade Organization, and is one of the G-15 and G-20 major economies.

Currency Peso (ARS)
Country code 0054
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DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR ACCESS TO THE COUNTRY Passport: needed, with residual validity of at least six months at the time of entry into the country. For any changes to this rule you should inquire in advance at the Embassy or Consulate of the country present in Italy or at your travel agent. Visa: not required for stays of less than three months. Immunizations: not required; We recommend vaccination against yellow fever for those wishing to visit the waterfalls of "Iguazu". Currency: formalities are not restrictions. Exit from the country is not allowed to possess more than 10,000 US $.


The health situation in Argentina is, on the whole, satisfactory. Paid support is at a good level. Dengue fever is endemic in the country. The spread of the disease is linked to the high temperatures of the summer season. In winter, the risk of infection is very low.


Argentine territory is used both the Triband (1900 Mhz) and Quad.


Automovil Club Argentino Avenida del Libertador 1850 C1425AAR Buenos Aires tel. +54 11 4808 4000 Fax: +54 11 4808 4596


Il Paese, molto esteso in latitudine, è situato nell'emisfero sud e le stagioni sono invertite rispetto all'Italia. A nord-est il clima è subtropicale, a sud, nella Terra del Fuoco, freddo. Il clima migliore a Buenos Aires è in primavera (fine settembre - inizio dicembre). Il Paese non è considerato zona ciclonica.


Licence International (model in accordance with Geneva Convention 1949 or 1968 Vienna). Car insurance You can enter into temporary insurance, with a local company or with the Touring Club Argentino. Vehicles imported temporarily Vehicles can be imported temporarily in Argentina for a period of 8 months (possibly renewable for additional 8 months) through a written undertaking "Declaracion de Admision Great Temporal de Vehiculos de Turistas" or "realizador de pasos por aduana" or a customs passage booklet FIA. Remember those driving abroad, a car that is not advisable to have a delegation to conduct of the owner, in Spanish, notarized by the notary signing Driving rules Helmets mandatory for motorcyclists. Compulsory seat belts, front and rear. A child under the age of 10 years may not occupy the front seats of a vehicle. Lights: at night you should use high beam in rural areas and on highways. All motor vehicles must have the headlights both day and night in the provinces of Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Mendoza, Chubut, Rio Negro and Santiago del Estero. Two triangles mandatory aboard all vehicles with 4 wheels. Private cars, minibuses, buses and trucks must have a fire extinguisher on board. BAC: allowable limit 0.05% Highways: the majority of motorways are paid, in cash or with prepaid cards.

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