Argentina travel with young children: inspiration needed

SimonBsAs

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Moved to Bs As a few months ago. Now about ready to go and explore some of the rest of the country. Looking to get away for a week or so in Feb/Mar. Want natural beauty rather than a crowded beach at Mar del Plata. Plenty of that in Argentina, I hear you say. But - here's the thing - we have two children under 2 years old. So if there's any one out there with very young kids who has managed to do a similar getaway and not come back more exhausted than they left, please get in touch!
 

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You said you would be traveling within Argentina. However, if you leave the country keep in mind the documents required for traveling with minors. This applies if you have a temporary or permanent visa. It should not be the case with a transitory (tourist) visa.

Minors. For Argentine law, all persons under 21 years of age are minor. This is only until the new law passed 2 weeks ago modifying this to 18 years of age comes into force.

The documents required for traveling with minors are the following:
If traveling alone or with only one of the parents:

- Permit / Travel Authorization of the missing parent
- Birth Certificate or Marriage Book

If traveling with both parents:

- Birth Certificate or Marriage Book

Minor not traveling with any parent
-Birth certificate of the child or Marriage Book where the child is registered.
-Parental consent given before a judicial authority, notary or other public authority with the following requirements:
0 to 13 years of age: The parental consent must contain the country of destination, travel dates and details of the person who will accompany and / or receive (full name, document type and number and address)
14 to 17 years: The parental consent should only contain the country of destination and details of the person who will accompany
18 to 21 years: An authorization given by the parents in court, notary or other public authority is sufficient. This, however, be changed soon because of the civil code reform last week.
 
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