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  • It is a country that belongs to South America.
  • Here are the Andes, glaciers and great grasslands, where its famous and precious cattle feed.
  • It is the ninth country with the greatest natural wealth and biodiversity. It has the Iguazú Falls, which are part of the Seven Wonders of the World. Its highest peak is Aconcagua.
  • Its name comes from Latin and means silver.
  • Formerly called Ciudad de la Plata, because of the river it has, the widest in the world. And it was also called Rio de la Plata, due to rumors about the existence of precious metals.
  • Its official language is Spanish, and it is the largest Spanish-speaking country. The second and compulsory language of instruction is English.
  • Culture in Argentina is marked by being multi-ethnic with belonging to Europe, Latin America and with Asian and African contributions.
  • In its ideologies, social thought, faith in freedom and respect for human rights stand out.
  • It has a great diversity of climates ranging from cold and heavy snowfall in the south, to a tropical climate in the north. Some of its regions have little difference in temperature, in winter and in summer.
  • It has great tourist attractions, cultures, customs and gastronomy.
  • The most populated and largest city is Buenos Aires. Cosmopolitan and tourist city, where 38% of the population is concentrated).
  • Buenos Aires is connected to the provincial capitals by buses.
  • Its Jorge Newbery airport, also known as Ezeiza International airport, receives a large number of travelers, since it is a mandatory stopover for many flights.
  • Its currency is the Argentinian peso (ARS), the exchange from EUR to ARS is 1€ for +/- 140 pesos but it fluctuates a lot.
  • Time zone: GMT/UTC-3..

Health in Argentina

  • Health in Argentina is guaranteed by the public health system. It also offers free HIV treatment and assisted fertilization for its population.
  • Argentinian medicine is prestigious worldwide, for having been the inventor of various techniques and discoveries used in the world. In addition, they constantly maintain investigations, in all medical specialties.

Educational system

  • Education in Argentina is public and compulsory from age 5 to 18.
  • It's quality education and they have a literacy rate of 98%.


  • It's a mix of Creole, Sub-Saharan, Italian and Spanish cuisine. Due to immigration.
  • Its typical and best-known dish is "El asado Argentino". But there are also empanadas, tamales, humitas... In addition, they have 8 own cheeses.
  • And we can't forget the dulce de leche, the alfajores and the Mate. (Typical herbal drink, similar to an infusion).

Among its celebrations we can highlight:

  • Mundial del Tango, held in August, in Buenos Aires (popular music and dance from Argentina).
  • National Folklore Festival, in Cordoba, last week of January.
  • Marcha del Orgullo, in Buenos Aires, the first Saturday in November.
  • Fiesta del sol, in February and lasts 5 days.
  • Tradition Day, November 10.

Surrogacy in Argentina

  • In Argentina there is no law regulating surrogacy, but it is authorized and approved by Article 19 of the National Constitution.
  • This article also allows homosexual couples to become parents, since Argentina was the first country to fully recognize the homoparental family.
  • To do this, the surrogate must renounce her rights as a mother and acknowledge the paternity of one of the intended parents, and her partner then adopts the baby.
  • The project presented in 2011 envisages the legalization of surrogacy and although it is not envisaged, it is not sanctioned either.
  • To carry out the process, the surrogate and the future parents will sign an informative consent and request its homologation in court.
  • Once the child is born, filiation will be made by court order. It will be necessary to confirm that the surrogate has no genetic link with the baby.
  • The Civil Code provides protection, as it incorporates the will to procreate, which is the basis for the baby to be recognized as a child of the intended parents

Surrogates in Argentina must meet the following requirements:

  • Be of legal age.
  • Having given birth to their own child.
  • Cannot act as surrogates more than twice.
  • Cannot bring their gametes.
  • Must pass medical and psychological tests proving that they have full capacity to act and good physical and mental health.

There are direct flights from most European capitals (they can change)

  • Madrid-Buenos Aires: 12:30 p.m. (Live)
  • Barcelona - Buenos Aires: 1:10 p.m. (Live)
  • Paris - Buenos Aires: 1:40 p.m. (Live)
  • Rome - Buenos Aires: 5:00 p.m. (1 stopover)
  • London - Buenos Aires: 4:35 p.m. (1 stopover)
  • Berlin - Buenos Aires: 4:10 p.m. (1 stopover)
  • Brussels-Buenos Aires: 4:45 p.m. (1 stopover)
  • Vienna - Buenos Aires: 4:45 p.m. (1 stopover).

European Union citizens do not need a visa to travel to Argentina and can stay up to 90 days.

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