Argentina also offers a variety of typical sweets and desserts. Don’t leave the country if you haven’t tried:
✓Dulce de leche (milk jelly)
✓Small artisan cakes and jams
✓Alfajores from Córdoba and Mar del Plata. The alfajores are biscuits filled with dulce de leche and covered with vanilla or chocolate
✓Churros, pasta frola, budin de pan, pastelitos dulces
Come join us and visit Argentina.
The Buenos Aires Secrets Tour has been endorsed by the Governments of Argentina and of France.
In the process of being declared of Cultural Interest by the City of Buenos Aires and the Nation of Argentina.
Average Temperatures in Buenos Aires
Remember the seasons are the opposite in the southern hemisphere!! In the summer the average temperature in Buenos Aires is 77F and in winter it’s 50F.
Important Airport and Customs information
All international flights to Argentina arrive at the Ministro Pistarini International Airport (Ezeiza), situated 35 km (23 miles) away from downtown Buenos Aires.
You must pay a tax when leaving the country. Plan for it.
The airport will give you back the money charged as Value Added Tax if you have bought national products spending more than $ 70.- in shops which are members of “Global Refund” system. Make sure to ask the shops if they are members of “Global Refund” and request to fill out the forms. You can type your passport number later at the hotel.
Prohibited Imports: Animals and birds from Africa or Asia (except Japan) without prior authorization, parrots and fresh foodstuffs, particularly meat, dairy products and fruit. Explosives, inflammable items, narcotics and pornographic material are also forbidden.