Not a resident of the United States?
  • Compare Plans
  • Travel Guard travel news provides travel tips and news on cruises, airlines, honeymoon travel and adventure travel. Travel Guard news also includes news on the latest gadgets for all travel as well as news on interesting destinations worldwide for people who love travel.

    Brafton provides a current selection of breaking industry news for Travel Guard. All industry and travel news is prepared by Brafton and as such does not represent the views or opinions of Travel Guard. © Brafton 2012

  • Argentina

    Argentina Travel Planning & Travel Tips

    Embassy Contact Information:
    Americans living in or visiting Argentina are encouraged to register at the U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires and obtain updated information on travel and security within Argentina.

    The U.S. Embassy in Argentina is located at:
    Av. Colombia 4300
    (C1425GMN) Buenos Aires

    Telephone: (54-11) 5777-4533
    Fax: (54-11) 5777-4240

    Argentina Climate: The main types of climate in Argentina are four: warm, moderate, arid and cold. artic regions in the south, to the forested jungle regions in the north, from the ocean coastline on the Atlantic, to the rugged mountain regions in the west, and bordering five other countries, Argentina provides an important cultural and economic connection for all of South America. We prefer going to places like Buenos Aires in fall (Mar-May) and spring (Sept-Nov), when temperatures are mild and the temperatures aren’t too hot or too cold. If you are traveling to Patagonia and the southern Andes go in the summer, when days are longer and warmer. If you’d like to visit the northwest, Winter (June-Aug) is the best time because rains and heat have subsided; but spring (Aug-Oct) is also pleasant, as temperatures are mild and the crowds have cleared out.

    January and February very hot -- often in the high 90s to more than 100°F (35°C-40°C) -- while winter (approximately July-Oct) can be chilly.

    Calling Internationally: To call Argentina from the United States, dial the international prefix, 011; then Argentina’s country code, 54; and then the city code, then dial the actual phone number.

    Electricity: The electricity in Argentina is 220 Volts, alternating at 50 cycles per second. If you travel to Argentina with a device that does not accept 220 Volts at 50 Hertz, you will need a voltage converter. Plugs have prongs that are v-shaped, flat prongs therefore, an adapter plug is needed.

    Travel Insurance for Argentina Trips: You should consider the benefits of travel insurance as part of your Argentina travel planning. Most travelers look for travel tips that discuss the importance of travel insurance and travel insurance through Travel Guard can provide important coverage for your trip.

    Whether you’re taking a family vacation or business trip, Travel Guard has a plan for your Argentina trip. These plans may include valuable medical expenes coverage, trip interruption, medical emergency assistance and treatment services and more. And with Travel Guard’s 24-hour assistance line, your coverage can act as a travel guide should your plans change.*

    For more than 20 years, Travel Guard’s plans have covered millions of travelers throughout the world. We're America's leading provider of travel insurance plans and assistance programs and we're here to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Coverage provided through Travel Guard is easy to buy and with our 24-hour emergency travel services it's even easier to use.

    *Non-insurance services provided by Travel Guard.

Travel Guard

Close
Travel Guard travel insurance plans include travel insurance & assistance that travels with you.

Coverages may include: Trip cancellation due to terrorism & other named unforeseen events, trip delay, lost baggage, medical emergency, & others. Purchase online for immediate coverage.

Certain coverages are subject to purchase requirements.
See each coverage for details.