Argentinian medicine has always been considered one of the best in the world, consistent with the most important cities in the USA and Europe. Health-based tourism is also increasingly more common today; mainly in the fields of plastic surgery and infertility treatments. Just 10 days in Argentina are enough for an IVF cycle or an egg donation treatment.
In Buenos Aires the weather is mild; winter lasts from June to September and summer from December to March.
During winter, it is warm enough to wear a simple coat and a scarf. The lowest temperatures are about 0º C / 32º F. In the summer, the highest temperatures are about 37º C / 98º F.
Spanish is the official language. Most of the people working in areas related to tourism speak English fluently.
Direct flights from the United States leave from Miami and New York daily on American Airlines, United Airlines, LAN Argentina, Aerolineas Argentina and Delta.
Direct flights from Australia leave from Sydney on Aerolíneas Argentinas. LAN and Qantas fly from Australia too, with one stop in Chile.
United States citizens are not required to have a visa to enter Argentina at this time. Contact the embassy or consulate of Argentina in your home country to confirm that you do not require a visa to enter the country.