Since November 1, Argentina lifted the restrictions for international tourism and the entry of non-resident foreign travelers was enabled. Those tourists They can only enter Argentina through the 28 points authorized by the National Government as safe corridors.
According to official data, so far there are another 107 international border crossings closed.
“The border crossings are opened at the request of each governor, they decide if they enable it for neighborhood transit or safe corridor, and based on that they have to present a protocol to the Chief of Cabinet of Ministers”, They informed Infobae from the Ministry of Health of the Nation.
The international land transportation of passengers for Long distance buses are only available to and from Paraguay. Land entry into the country will be made through the secure corridor of the Posadas – Encarnación Border Center. On November 17 these trips were enabled. The decision was made after a meeting between authorities of Argentina and Paraguay in which a bilateral agreement was signed between the nations to restart the land transport of passengers between the two countries.
All travelers who enter Argentina through any of its safe corridors, must present The vaccination schedule completed a minimum of 14 days before admission, a negative result PCR test done 72 hours before the trip, an antigen test must be performed at the time of entering Argentina and a further PCR between the fifth and seventh day.
The Ministry of the Interior, through Migrations, detailed to Infobae which are the 28 authorized entry and exit points of Argentina, considered “safe corridors”. This list can be expanded in the coming weeks by adding those steps that are requested by each jurisdiction and have authorization from the National Government.
Entrances and exits enabled:
Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires:
– Ezeiza International Airport
– Jorge Newbery Airport
– San Fernando International Airport
– Buquebus Port Terminal
– Colonia Express Port Terminal
– Quinquela Martín Cruise Terminal.
– Port of the City of Puerto Madryn
– International Airport Aeronautical Engineer Ambrosio Taravella
– Border Center Paso de los Libres – Uruguayana (Hours 24 hours)
– Border Center Concordia – Salto (Hours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
– Border Crossing La Quiaca – Villazón. (Only for Border Neighborhood Transit. Hours 7 to 24 hours)
– Governor Francisco Gabrielli El Plumerillo International Airport.
– Cristo Redentor System Border Center (Hours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
– Iguazú Border Center – Tancredo Neves International Bridge (Hours 24 hours)
– Cataratas del Iguazú International Airport
– Posadas Border Center – Encarnación (Hours 24 hours). Daily income quota of 5000
– Bernardo de Irigoyen – Dionísio Cerqueira (Hours 24 hours). Daily income quota of 5000
– Juan Domingo Perón International Airport
– Aviator Carlos Campos Airport
– Cardinal Antonio Samoré International Pass
– International Pass Pino Hachado
– Both in the Cardinal Antonio Samoré International Pass as in the Pino Hachado International Pass, the opening is gradual, starting on November 15: week 1 (November 22 to 28): Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 to 16, week 2 (December 29 to 5): Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 9 to 16, week 3 ( December 6 to 12): every day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and week 4 (from December 13): every day from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
– Martín Miguel de Güemes International Airport
– Salvador Mazza Border Crossing – Yacuiba (Hours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
– Rosario Malvinas Islands International Airport
Land of Fire:
– Malvinas Argentinas International Airport
– Port of Ushuaia.
– Teniente Benjamín Matienzo International Airport
Land borders: long-distance buses return abroad
After the reopening of borders, over the weekend more than 50 international flights arrived in the country
International flights: the list of all frequencies approved until the end of the year