Reasons To Visit Ushuaia
Ushuaia is regarded as the southernmost city in the world and offers a huge range of things to see and do, many of which revolve around the region’s spectacular natural beauty. Many visitors flock to Ushuaia as a base to explore the surrounding area such as the Tierra del Fuego National Park or the stunning Martial Glacier, so outdoor enthusiasts will have their hands full when visiting Ushuaia. Within the city itself there are a number of fascinating museums like the Museo Mundo Yamana and the Maritime Museum exploring the local culture and heritage. Located along a bay, Ushuaia is renowned for its excellent seafood cuisine so be sure to sample some of the local dishes.
Arriving In Ushuaia
Ushuaia Airport is situated just 4 km from Ushuaia and primarily handles a range of domestic and regional flights. Travelers looking to fly from the UAE to Ushuaia will not be able to travel directly as there are no airlines providing nonstop flights. However, you can make the journey with just a single stopover due to the airport’s extensive connections in the region.
Ushuaia Airport is a small airport set within a single passenger terminal, with a small range of amenities and facilities available to meet the needs of travelers. There are a couple of restaurants on site where you can enjoy a meal or a drink, while you can also do a bit of duty-free shopping during your stay. In addition to this, the airport provides travelers with free Wi-Fi so you can pass the time by browsing the web. When your flight has arrived at the airport there are plenty of taxis available to take you to your destination, while there are also a couple of car rental agencies operating on-site.
Ushuaia Travel Information
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UAE nationals traveling to Argentina are able to enter the country visa free for up to three months. In Ushuaia the weather is chilly for most of the year with average highs of just 14 degrees from December until February and very cold winters from May until August. You will need to put your clocks back by seven hours when you arrive in Ushuaia to get on local time, while the currency in Argentina is the Argentine peso.
* This information is correct as of April 2018
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