Tips for britons planning holidays to buenos aires

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Buenos Aires is frequently visited by good number of travellers from around the world, including the UK. The article unfolds essential travel info that British travellers should heed before and while booking their Buenos Aires bound flights.

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Tips for britons planning holidays to buenos aires

  1. 1. Tips for Britons Planning Holidays to Buenos Aires Buenos Aires is frequently visited by good number of travellers from around the world, including the UK. The article unfolds essential travel info that British travellers should heed before and while booking their Buenos Aires bound flights.
  2. 2. Tips for Britons Planning Holidays to Buenos Aires The capital and largest city of Argentina, Buenos Aires remains the compelling stop for almost every traveller who boards Argentina bound flights. Being the popular culture centre and industrial hub, it attracts holidaymakers as well as business travellers from far and wide. Britons comprise a fairly large proportion of tourist inflow into Buenos Aires. It is thus crucial for British travellers to be well-acquainted with key travel info concerning flights, airports, airlines, entry requirements and more. Flights from UK to Buenos Aires Buenos Aires’ Ministro Pistarini International Airport enjoys extensive connectivity with key airports in UK such as London Heathrow and London Gatwick. Britons keen on boarding flights from London Heathrow may book their tickets with a selection of airlines namely British Airways, KLM Royal Dutch, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines,
  3. 3. Swiss Airlines and United Airlines. These airlines operate flights from London Heathrow to Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport and offer stopover at different destinations. British Airways and Air Europa are among the prominent choices that run flights from London Gatwick to Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires Airport The city of Buenos Aires is served by Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport (IATA: EZE). It is the major international gateway to Argentina and a key aviation hub in South America. Located in Ezeiza, about 22km southwest of Buenos Aires, the airport is easily accessible via various modes of public transportation such as taxi. There are well-equipped terminals at the airport that feature a vast range of restaurants, shopping outlets, VIP lounges and other passenger-friendly services. There are no onsite hotels in the airport, however transit and business travellers arriving on Buenos Aires bound flights may find abundant of accommodation options in the close vicinity.
  4. 4. Entry Requirements British travellers must be mindful of the entry requirements before proceeding with their travel plans. British passport holders who are entering Argentina for tourism purpose do not require visa. They are normally allowed to stay in the country for 90-days. Those who wish to extend their stay for another 90-day period may seek advice from the Argentine Migrations Office. In addition, passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. Travellers may be asked to show a proof of their travel in the form of return flights tickets. Detailed and updated info for entry requirement is accessible from FCO or relevant consulate. Best Time to Visit The period from April to June (fall) and from September to December (spring) makes for the best times to visit Buenos Aires. These shoulder seasons bring along pleasant temperature, fewer crowds and colourful attractions in the city. What’s more, the time is ripe for getting reasonable deals on Buenos Aires flights and hotels!

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