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Flights to Argentina in 2022

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inDecemberHigh demand for flights, 23% potential price rise
Cheapest inJuneBest time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop
Average price$1,356Average for return flights in May 2022
Return from$1,965From Sydney Kingsford Smith to Buenos Aires
One-way from$1,253One-way flight from Sydney Kingsford Smith (SYD) to Argentina

Cheap flights to Argentina in May, June 2022

The best prices found for BUE flights for May, June
19 May - 9 Jun.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

2 stops

35h 25m
EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

44h 35m
$2,154

United Airlines

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19 May - 9 Jun.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

2 stops

35h 25m
EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

44h 35m
$2,212

United Airlines

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13 Jun. - 21 Aug.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

2 stops

35h 25m
EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

47h 15m
$2,513

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 14/5/22

Argentina 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to Argentina found for this year
2 Oct. - 31 Oct.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

2 stops

34h 35m
EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

45h 00m
$1,965

United Airlines

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2 Oct. - 31 Oct.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

2 stops

34h 35m
EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

1 stop

43h 55m
$2,006

United Airlines

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18 Jul. - 17 Sep.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

AEP

Buenos Aires Jorge Newbery

3 stops

41h 43m
AEP

Buenos Aires Jorge Newbery

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

39h 21m
$2,014

LATAM Airlines

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Deal found 16/5/22

Last minute flights to Argentina

Late deals on return flights to Argentina, departing today and this week
22 May - 23 May
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

3 stops

35h 56m
EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

3 stops

45h 35m
$5,168

Multiple Airlines

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22 May - 23 May
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

3 stops

35h 56m
EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

3 stops

45h 35m
$5,289

Multiple Airlines

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22 May - 23 May
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

3 stops

35h 56m
EZE

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

43h 15m
$6,578

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 15/5/22

When is the best time to fly to Argentina?

Average Argentina flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2022 and 2023 by month

SYD - BUE

Price

$2,028 - $3,742

BUE

Temperature

11 - 25 °C

BUE

Rainfall

50 - 100 mm

Where are the most popular flight destinations in Argentina?

According to our users, the most popular flight destination in Argentina is Buenos Aires, followed by Puerto Iguazú, Ushuaia, Mendoza and Cordoba.

Tango and soccer – they’re good with their feet, the Argentines, and this year presents a great opportunity to take cheap flights to Argentina. It is marking its 200th birthday with a slew of celebrations, of which one of the highlights will be the reopening of the “Teatro Colon”, the iconic opera house in Buenos Aires.

The capital city pulsates with a New-York type energy but a European feel; parts of Buenos Aires will put you in mind of Barcelona, Paris or Madrid.

Cordoba is Argentina’s second city, located between Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires. It’s one of the most culturally rich cities and has a thriving literary heritage.

Without doubt, one of Argentina’s biggest drawcards are the Iguaçú Falls, a two-hour flight north of Buenos Aires. The Falls border Brazil, and consist of 275 waterfalls along almost 3km of the Iguaçú River.

Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, in the south west of Santa Cruz on the Chile border, is another wonder. It’s a Unesco World Heritage Site, home to the Perito Moreno Glacier, which has a front 5km long and a height of more than 60 metres above the level of the water.

The Iberá wetlands in Corrientes Province, in the northeast, are an under-visited destination. Here, you’ll spot caiman, a crocodilian reptile, capybara, the world’s largest rodent, and the elusive maned wolf, a fox-like animal that is a provincial natural monument.

Argentina climate

There are four climate types in Argentina. The provinces of Misiones and Corrientes, the northern area of Entre Ríos and the eastern section of the Chaco region – north-eastern Argentina – have a subtropical climate – high temperatures and lots of rain year-round.Part of Salta, the west of Formosa and Chaco, the eastern plains of Tucumán, nearly the whole of Santiago del Estero and the NW Santa Fe – northwestern Chile – has a dry season during the first half of the year.Buenos Aires, most of Entre Rios, the centre and south of Santa Fe, the eastern strip of Cordoba and a part to the north east of La Pampa has a moderate climate.An arid climate holds sway over La Puna, Catamarca’s Andes, La Rioja and San Juan, the neighbouring pre–andean area and Patagonia extra–andean.Patagonia has, in general, a cold climate. Temperatures are low, rainfall is low and in winter there is lots of snowfall.

When is the best time to fly to Argentina?

Peak Season: 

The high season in Argentina is the summer (November to March), which takes in Christmas and New Year. Easter (March/April) is also peak season. Independence Day is celebrated on July 9. 

Buenos Aires can be visited at any time of the year, although spring (September through November) and autumn (March-May) are the most beautiful and temperate times. 

The north of Argentina is best visited in spring, winter and autumn – summer temperatures can be extremely high. 

Iguaçú Falls should be seen in either winter or spring. Patagonia, in the south, should be visited during the summer months. Winter is, obviously, high season for the ski resorts, of which Las Leñas and San Carlos de Bariloche are very popular. 

Off Season: 

In general, the low season in Argentina is July and August, the coldest months. However, this is high season for skiing.

Getting around Argentina

Driving in Buenos Aires is best left to the locals (portenos). Lots of the city can be enjoyed on foot and there is the metro (subte), remise (a taxi, the price of the trip is settled before starting off) and radio-taxi (radio-dispatched taxis, safer than street taxis). 

Colectivos or micro omnibus (bus) are other transport options. 

Flights – Aerolineas Argentinas and LAN Argentina both offer domestic flights. 

Train – The rail network is limited but cheap. If you’re not on a strict schedule, it’s a great way to see the countryside. The Tren a las nubes (Train to the Clouds) in the province of Salta, is one train journey worth taking. It runs within the Andes, a journey of 434km that takes 15 hours (round trip) across 29 bridges, 21 tunnels and 13 viaducts. 

Buses – travelling by bus is comfortable and economical. Some long-distance bus routes even have a meal service. 

What is good to know if travelling to Argentina?

  • If you’re going to view the Iguazu Falls from the Brazilian side of the Argentine/Brazilian border, you’ll need to arrange a Brazilian visa. Brazil might have the awesome panorama of the Falls, but Argentina has the pathways across the cataracts that will leave your heart in your mouth. 
  • Don’t leave Buenos Aires without picking up a poster of Carlos Gardel and one of his CDs. Playing it back home will evoke the golden age of Tango. 
  • La Recoleta cemetery in BA is worth a trip. It’s the final resting place of Eva Peron (Evita) and many other prominent Argentines. 
  • If you fancy riding on a lion’s back or scratching behind a tiger’s ears, head to Lujan Zoo near Buenos Aires. Visitors are allowed to get very, very close to the animals. 
  • In Buenos Aires, an organisation called Cicerones offer free, guided tours of the city.

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