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Argentina Film & Photography Production Services & Camera Crews

Are you a media company, brand, ad agency or production company looking for film / photography production support or shooting crew in Argentina? Contact us for trusted fixers, producers, directors, DoPs, videographers, photographers, and full shooting crews tailored for the specific needs of your project.

Filming in Argentina

For an introduction to shooting in Argentina see below notes on film locations, permits, when to shoot, unique local stories, costs, tax incentives, crews, talent, fringes, premiums, equipment, communications, art department, studios, post facilities, visas and work permits for filming, transport, film-friendly accommodation, and safety advice.

Argentina Film Locations

Argentina offers a wealth of unique looks as well as many locations that double for other countries. It is a popular destination for productions looking to shoot opposite season looks such as city summer looks in January or snow-covered mountains in July.

Argentina offers modern and old world city looks, stunning car commercial roads and bridges, coastal towns, colonial architecture, US suburban looks, mountains, glaciers, forests, valleys, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, swamps, deserts, grasslands, and salt plains. Many of Argentina’s spectacular natural looks required considerable travel outside of Buenos Aires.

In terms of agricultural film locations, Argentina has an abundance of cattle ranches, vineyards, as well as wheat, barley, corn, soybean, and sunflower fields. Industrial locations include factories that produce automobiles, food processing, chemicals, and a range of other products. The country mines aluminum, lead, copper, zinc, silver, and gold. Energy locations include thermal power plants, hydroelectric dams, nuclear power plants, solar and wind farms.

Productions such as When Evil Lurks (2023), The Two Popes (2019), Black Panther (2018), Operation Finale (2018), Wild Tales (2014), The Revenant (2015), X-Men: First Class (2011), Children of Men (2006), The Motorcycle Diaries (2004), Seven Years in Tibet (1997), Evita (1996), and Moonraker (1979) were shot in Argentina.

Locations in Argentina can be divided by several regions:


Includes the provinces of Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Santa Fe, and La Pampa.

Buenos Aires. The vibrant, cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires is the national capital and largest city in Argentina. Buenos Aires is best known for its eclectic European architecture, which easily doubles for New York, London, and Paris. Beyond that the city offers a diversity of unique film locations as well as a modern city skyline. Buenos Aires is the main film production centre so all crew and equipment need to travel from there. It also serves as a regional production hub.

Casa Rosada is the residence of the President of Argentina. Other government buildings of note include the Palace of the Argentine National Congress, Palace of Justice, Buenos Aires City Hall, Buenos Aires Legislature Palace, Banco de la Nación Argentina, and the Mariano Moreno National Library which is a brutalist structure.

Cultural film locations include Teatro Colón, Teatro General San Martín, Teatro Nacional Cervantes, Teatro Avenida, Teatro Gran Rex, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art, Fortabat Art Collection designed by Rafael Viñoly, Kirchner Cultural Centre, Galileo Galilei planetarium, and El Ateneo Grand Splendid bookstore.

Religious locations include the Catedral Metropolitana de Buenos Aires, Basílica María Auxiliadora y San Carlos Borromeo, Basílica Nuestra Señora del Pilar, Santisimo Sacramento Basílica, Templo Libertad Synagogue, and Recoleta Cemetery which is the resting place of Eva Perón.

Other architecturally interesting buildings of note include Torre Monumental clock tower, Palacio de Aguas Corrientes, Villa Ocampo, Casa Ponce, Palacio Barolo, Kavanagh Building, Alas Building, Bank of London and South America, Catalinas Norte, Comega Building, Torre Bouchard, Palacio Paz Hotel, University of Buenos Aires, and Puente De La Mujer bridge.

Buenos Aires plazas of note include Plaza de Mayo, Plaza del Congreso, Plaza Italia, Plaza Dorrego, and Plaza San Martín.

Parks of note include Parque Tres de Febrero, Jardín Japonés, Jardín Botánico de Buenos Aires, and Parque Centenario. Buenos Aires Ecological Reserve is home to a diversity of birdlife.

Transport locations include the Buenos Aires Underground, Retiro Mitre Station, Port of Buenos Aires, Ezeiza International Airport, Jorge Newbery Airfield, and El Palomar Airport.

Sporting venues include La Bombonera stadium, Estadio Monumental, Estadio José Amalfitani, Estadio Pedro Bidegain, Estadio Tomás Adolfo Ducó, Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón, Allianz Parque, FNB Stadium, Estadio Luna Park, Hipódromo Argentino de Palermo horse racing course, Campo Argentino del Polo, and Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club.

The neighborhood of La Boca is known for its brightly coloured buildings.

Located on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Tigre is known for the rivers and wetlands of the vast Paraná Delta. Film locations include the Municipal Museum of Fine Art, La Marina Rowing Club, and Tigre’s many riverside country clubs.

Located a one hour drive from Buenos Aires, La Plata is the capital city of Buenos Aires Province. La Plata film locations of note include La Plata City Hall, Palacio de la Legislatura de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Cathedral of La Plata, Plaza Moreno, Museo de La Plata, Teatro Argentino, Pasaje Dardo Rocha, Planetarium of La Plata, La Plata train station, and Estadio Único Diego Armando Maradona.

Mar del Plata film locations include Puerto de Mar del Plata, Torre Tanque, Torreón del Monje, Cathedral Basilica of SS Peter and Cecilia, Provincial Museum of Contemporary art MAR, Juan Carlos Castagnino Municipal Museum of Art, Casa del Puente, Casino Central, Varese Beach, Reserva de lobos marinos del puerto de Mar del Plata, and Lighthouse Punta Mogotes.

Minor Basilica of Our Lady of Luján is located in Luján.

Atucha Nuclear Power Plant is located in Lima.

Costanera Power Plant is also located in this province.

Córdoba. The city of Córdoba is known for its Spanish colonial architecture including Plaza de San Martin, Plaza Colón, Evita Fine Arts Museum, Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes Dr. Genaro Pérez, Teatro del Libertador General San Martín, Cathedral of Córdoba, Capuchin Church, and the Argentine National Observatory.

Alta Gracia is home to the Museo del Che Guevara, and Museo Nacional Estancia Jesuítica de Alta Gracia.

Museo Rocsen is located in Nono.

Gran Hotel Vienna Museum ruin is located in Miramar.

Waterfalls of note include Las 7 Cascadas, Cascada Grande, and Cascada Los Hornillos.

Quebrada del Condorito National Park is home to the Andean condor.

Embalse Nuclear Power Station is located in Embalse.

Rio Grande Hydroelectric Complex is also located in this province.

Santa Fe. The city of Santa Fe is known for the Government House Santa Fe, Teatro Municipal 1° de Mayo, Plaza 25 de Mayo, Plaza Pueyrredón, Basílica de Guadalupe, Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Rosario y Convento de Santo Domingo, Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Rosa Galisteo de Rodriguez, El Molino Cultural Factory, Astronomical Observatory and Space Museum, Stadium Brigadier General Estanislao López, Estadio 15 de Abril, and the Santa Fe Suspension Bridge Candioti Martial over the Paraná River.

Rosario is known for Monumento Histórico Nacional a la Bandera, Parque Urquiza, Parque de la Independencia, Plaza San Martín, Palacio de los Leones, Teatro El Círculo, Villa Hortensia, Rosario Board of Trade, Basílica Catedral de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Rosario, Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes Juan B Castagnino, Museo de Arte Decorativo Firma y Odilo Estevéz, Mariano Moreno bus station, and the Rosario-Victoria Bridge over the Paraná River.

Museo Bucci is located in Zenón Pereira.

La Pampa. La Pampa is a sparsely populated province known for its vast grasslands and cattle ranches.

Gran Chaco

Includes the provinces of Formosa, Chaco, and Santiago del Estero.

Formosa. The city of Formosa is located on the Paraguay River.

Río Pilcomayo National Park is known for its grasslands, marshes, creeks, lakes, and forests. Wildlife includes gray brockets, capybaras, peccaries, howler monkeys, pumas, maned wolves, and a diversity of birdlife including the greater rhea.

Chaco. Resistencia is the provincial capital.

Chaco National Park is a landscape of scrubland, savanna, swamps, and small lakes. Wildlife of note includes cougars, yacare caimans, capybaras, armadillos, tapirs, plains viscachas, howler monkeys, and a diversity of birdlife. The Mocoví and Toba indigenous peoples also live in this protected area.

El Impenetrable National Park is known for its dense woodlands, and waterways. Wildlife of note includes jaguars, pumas, tapirs, peccaries, giant anteaters, and giant armadillos.

Santiago del Estero. The city of Santiago del Estero is the provincial capital.

Copo National Park is home to maned wolves, jaguars, giant anteaters, chacoan peccaries, and giant armadillos.

Mesopotamia (Littoral)

Includes the provinces of Misiones, Entre Ríos, and Corrientes.

Misiones. Posadas is the provincial capital.

Iguazú Falls are one of Argentina’s most beautiful locations. The Devil’s Throat is the largest of the falls. Black Panther (2018), The Mission (1986), and Moonraker (1979) filmed at the Iguaçu Falls. Iguazú National Park is home to jaguars, jaguarundis, tapirs, ocelost, tiricas, anteaters, coatís, yacare caimans, and a diversity of butterflies and birdlife including toucans.

Ruinas de San Ignacio Miní is a Jesuit mission ruin.

Entre Ríos. Paraná is the provincial capital. Film locations of note include Parroquia Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Palacio Arruabarrena, Provincial Museum of Fine Arts, and Parque Urquiza.

Entre Ríos province is known for its hot springs.

El Palmar National Park protects yatay palms. Wildlife of note includes woodpeckers, ñandús, foxes, viscachas, and capybaras.

Predelta National Park is known for its diversity of birdlife.

Salto Grande Dam is located in Concordia.

Corrientes. The city of Corrientes is the provincial capital.

Mburucuyá National Park, located in the Iberá Wetlands, is a landscape of swamps, bogs, stagnant lakes, lagoons, natural slough, and waterways. Wildlife of note include maned wolves, jaguars, foxes, capybaras, caymens, armadillos, howler monkeys, neotropical river otters, marsh deers, and a diversity of birdlife.

Yacyretá Dam is located on the Paraná River.

Argentine Northwest

Includes the provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Tucumán, and Catamarca.

Jujuy. San Salvador is the provincial capital. Locations of note include Lola Mora Cultural Center, Government Palace, Belgrano Square, Teatro Mitre, and San Salvador de Jujuy Cathedral.

Quebrada de Humahuaca is a spectacular canyon you can drive through. Locations of note along this road include the following: Purmamarca is a picturesque town of red roads and adobe houses set against the Cerro de Los Siete Colores. Humahuaca, and Tilcara are picturesque towns. The Pucará de Tilcara is a pre-Inca fortification.

Salinas Grandes are known for their white salt flats with striking blue pools.

Calilegua National Park is known for its forest landscapes. Wildlife of note include jaguars, jaguarundis, ocelots, pumas, pampas cats, tapirs, and a diversity of birdlife.

Laguna de Pozuelo is home to flamingos.

Cuesta de Lipán is a spectacular winding mountain road.

Salta. The city of Salta is the provincial capital. Film locations include Catedral Basílica de Salta, Basílica de San Francisco, Iglesia la Viña Parroquia Ntra. Sra. de la Candelaria, July 9th Square, Legislature of Salta, American Cultural Center, Museum of High Altitude Archaeology, Guemes Museum, and History Museum of the North.

The Train to the Clouds runs along the Salta–Antofagasta railway.

Calchaquí Valley is known for its arid landscapes and montane shrubland.

Los Cardones National Park has a landscape of hills, sierras, valleys, and ravines. The Argentine Saguaro is found throughout the park. Wildlife of note includes guanacos, vicunas, gray foxes, chinchillas, and a diversity of birdlife including the Andean condor. The park is also know for its dinosaur tracks and fossil remains.

Salar de Arizaro is a large salt flat known for Cono de Arita.

James Turrell Museum is located in Colomé.

Tucumán. San Miguel de Tucumán is the provincial capital. Film locations include Tucumán Government Palace, Plaza Independencia, Parque 9 de Julio, Casa Histórica de Tucumán, National University of Tucumán, Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación, Basílica Menor Nuestra Señora de la Merced, Mitre Railway station, and Stadium of San Martín de Tucumán.

The Ruins of Quilmes is an archaeological site in the Calchaquí Valleys.

Aconquija National Park is a landscape of forests and rivers. Wildlife includes Andean mountain cats, pumas, ocelots, Andean mountain cats, Pampas cats, Geoffroy’s cat, South American gray foxes, Pampas foxes, guanacos, and a diversity of birdlife including Chaco eagles.

Catamarca. San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca is the provincial capital. Film locations include Catedral Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Valle, and Plaza 25 de Mayo.

Nevado Ojos del Salado is an active volcano.


Includes the provinces of San Juan, La Rioja, Mendoza, and San Luis.

The Cuyo region is known for its wine production.

San Juan. The city of San Juan is the provincial capital.

Ischigualasto Provincial Park is known for its moonlike desert landscapes and rock formations including the Painted Valley, and Bowling Court.

San Guillermo National Park has a landscape of mountains, desert, and grasslands. Wildlife of note includes vicuñas, guanacos, culpeo foxes, Andean mountain cats, cougars, and Andean condors.

Félix Aguilar Observatory is located in this province.

La Rioja. The city of La Rioja is the provincial capital. Film locations include Catedral y Santuario de San Nicolás de Bari, and Plaza 25 de Mayo.

Talampaya National Park is known for its rock formations.

Mendoza. The city of Mendoza is the provincial capital. Film locations include Teatro Independencia, Plaza Independencia, and Parque General San Martín.

Aconcagua, with a summit elevation of 6,961m (22,837ft), is the world’s highest peak outside of Asia. Aconcagua Provincial Park is home to wildlife including guanacos, pumas, and red foxes.v

Vineyards of note include Bodega Zuccardi Valle de Uco, Bodega Catena Zapata, Bodega Renacer, Bodega Los Toneles, and Bodega O.Fournier.

Mendoza ski resorts of note include Las Leñas, and Los Penitentes.

Seven Years in Tibet (1997) filmed in Mendoza.

San Luis. The city of San Luis is the provincial capital. Film locations include Iglesia Catedral de San Luis, and Plaza Independencia.

Sierra de las Quijadas National Park is an arid landscape home to gray brockets, Argentine boas, pink fairy armadillos, and a diversity of birdlife including blue-crowned parakeets.


Includes the provinces of Rio Negro, Neuquén, Chubut, Santa Cruz, and Tierra del Fuego.

Rio Negro. Viedma is the provincial capital.

Bariloche is a ski town located on Lake Nahuel Huapi at the foothills of the Andes Mountains. Cerro Catedral and Catedral Alta are nearby ski resorts.

Llao Llao Hotel is a beautiful film location.

Tronador is an extinct stratovolcano known for its mountaineering peaks, and glaciers.

Neuquén. The city of Neuquén is the provincial capital.

The picturesque lakeside resort town of Villa La Angostura hosted X-Men: First Class (2011), and The Motorcycle Diaries (2004).

Lanín National Park is known for its many glacial lakes and the snow-capped Lanín volcano. The park protects Araucaria trees. Wildlife of note include pumas, Austral spotted cats, South Andean deers, Southern pudus, and a diversity of birdlife.

Los Arrayanes National Park protects Arrayán trees. Wildlife includes pudús, South Andean deers, guanacos, monitos de montes, and foxes.

Laguna Blanca National Park is home to a diversity of birdlife including black-necked swans.

Salto del Agrio is a spectacular waterfall located near Caviahue.

Cerro Chapelco is a ski resort in this province.

Ernesto Bachmann Paleontological Museum is located in Villa El Chocón.

Piedra del Águila Dam, El Chocón Dam, and Alicurá Dam are located in this province.

Chubut. Rawson is the provincial capital.

La Trochita is a steam train railway running 402km (250mi) between El Maitén and Esquel through the foothills of the Andes.

Los Alerces National Park has a landscape of moraines, glacial cirques, clear-water lakes, and deep forests. The park protects Alerce trees.

Lago Puelo National Park protects Lake Puelo and Valdivian rain forests. Wildlife includes pudús, South Andean deers, red foxes, cougars, and coipos.

La Hoya ski resort is located in this province.

The Valdes Peninsula is known for its barren landscapes and deserted beaches. Wildlife of note includes Argentina grey foxes, rheas, guanacos, pichis, maras, Magellanic penguins, sea lions, elephant seals, fur seals, baleen whales, orcas, and Southern right whales. The peninsula is an important breeding ground for Southern right whales.

Punta Tombo National Reserve is home to Argentina’s largest colony of Magellanic penguins.

Santa Cruz. The city of El Calafate is the gateway to filming in Los Glaciares National Park. Glaciarium Patagonian Ice Museum is located in El Calafate.

Los Glaciares National Park is Argentina’s largest national park. The park is known for its mountain peaks, glaciers, lakes, and forests. Mountains of note include Mount Fitz Roy, and Cerro Torre. Glaciers of note include Perito Moreno Glacier, Upsala Glacier, Spegazzini Glacier, and Viedma Glacier. Lago Argentino is the largest lake in Argentina. Wildlife includes rheas, guanacos, cougars, South American gray foxes, and a diversity of birdlife. El Chaltén is a small mountain village located within the park.

Monte León National Park has a landscape of sandstone cliffs, rock formations, islands, and wide beaches. Wildlife includes pumas, rheas, guanacos, Magellanic penguins, sea lions, and southern right whales. The park is the only place in the world where pumas feed on penguins.

Cueva de las Manos is a pre-Columbian rock art site.

Tierra del Fuego. Ushuaia is the provincial capital. It is the world’s southernmost city and main entry point to filming in Tierra del Fuego National Park. Ushuaia is also a major port of departure for boats to Antarctica and Southern Ocean locations. Film locations in Ushuaia include Museo Marítimo y del Presidio de Ushuaia, and Museo del Fin del Mundo. Locations just outside of Ushuaia include Museo Acatushún, Cerro Castor ski resort, Les Éclaireurs Lighthouse, and Isla Martillo which has colonies of Magellanic and Gentoo penguins.

Tierra del Fuego National Park has a spectacular landscape of mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, and forests. Locations of note include Beagle Channel, the Pipo River cascade, the Lago Fagnano, Lago Roca, the Ensanada Bay, the Lapataia Bay, Laguna Negra, and the End of the World Train. Wildlife includes guanacos, Andean foxes, North American beavers, European rabbits, and muskrats.

The Revenant (2015) was partly filmed in Tierra del Fuego.

Argentina Film Location Permits

Buenos Aires shoots that require traffic control take about 1 week to permit. Downtown streets can only be shut down on the weekend. If you are doing a simple b-roll shoot, with only a basic camera / tripod setup, without any talent, lights or street control required, you can usually get away without any permits. Drone filming, filming restricted government buildings, historic locations or national parks require special permits. Please contact us for location specific information.

When To Shoot?

The Argentine climate varies considerably depending on the time of year, latitude, proximity to the sea and the altitude. The principal climates are warm, temperate, arid and cold. In Buenos Aires summer runs from December to March, fall runs from March to May, winter runs from May to August, and spring runs from August to November. For monthly weather statistics please see here.

Events of interest to filmmakers and photographers include:

• Gualeguaychú Carnival in February.
• Vendimia in Mendoza in March.
• Buenos Aires International Film Festival in April.
• Buenos Aires Tango Festival in October.
• Argentine Open Polo Championships in Buenos Aires in November / December.
• Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve in churches across the country.

Argentina is a predominately Christian country so those holidays are observed.

Public holidays may affect timing, availability and costs. See here for public holiday dates in Argentina.

Unique Local Stories

Brands are looking for local stories that match their brand narrative. Our local teams are a great lead for sourcing those unique stories and characters.

If you are looking for stories for your next shoot, send us your brief and we will pitch you ideas.

If you have a unique story you would like to pitch to a brand anywhere in the world, pitch us your idea. We have well-established processes to ensure that your ideas are properly seen and protected.

Costs & Tax Incentives

Costs. Argentina offers good value for money compared to costs in the US and Western Europe. The currency has been known to fluctuate so watch this space. Projects that shoot outside of Buenos Aires may add considerably to the cost of filming as crew and equipment may need to be brought in. That said, our Argentinian fixer / service producer will negotiate local deals and provide the appropriate level of production support to match every budget.

Tax Incentives. Buenos Aires offers a 20% cash rebate for productions filming in the city. Also, foreign companies are not charged the 21% national tax on production services. Also regarding accommodation, foreign companies are not charged the 17% national tax on rooms. There is an unavoidable 5% tax over the hotel’s rate. Argentina offers many opportunities for film and TV co-productions.

Film Crew & Talent

Crews. Argentina has a good pool of local directors, directors of photography and stills photographers.

Crews are union and the rules are strictly enforced. Argentina has a good depth of world-class crews that speak fluent English. Most crews are based in Buenos Aires but there are smaller pools of crew in some of the smaller cities too.

Contact us if you are looking for a director, DoP / cinematographer, videographer / camera operator, stills photographer, or any other film crew for your shoot in Argentina.

If you are an exceptionally talented Argentinian director, DoP / cinematographer, videographer / camera operator, or stills photographer, introduce yourself here.

Talent is only union and the rules are strictly enforced by the Argentine Actors Association. Talent works to a 12 hour shoot day and then overtime applies. The union must be informed 48 hours prior to shooting with talent. Please contact us for day rates and buyouts.

Argentinians speak Spanish. Many actors and models also speak English.

Argentina has a very good pool of experienced multicultural talent. Most Argentinians are Caucasians especially of Italian and Spanish decent. There are also communities of Jewish, Amerindian, Arab, Asian, Romani, and African people.

– S.I.C.A (Technician Crew Union) 23,3%
– A.A.A (Argentinean Actors’ Association) 6%
– Holidays & Pocket Money: 15,33%

Premiums. The shooting day is 12 hours for the crew and 8:45hrs for talent (at night 7:10hrs). Overtime for crew is calculated at time and a half and turnaround hours are 100%. Crews are paid double for 7th day. There are no talent premiums for weekends, holiday or nights.

Argentina Film Equipment

Equipment. Argentina has several companies supplying camera, grip and lighting equipment. Most camera equipment is Arri and there is a wide range of HD cameras available. There is a wide selection of cranes, dollies and remote heads. Stabilized heads, camera-cars and shot-makers are of the highest standard. Panavision equipment, Russian Arms, Motion Control must be brought from abroad. Camera y Luces is one of the major equipment suppliers. Most equipment houses are based in Buenos Aires but there are some basic equipment rental options in some of the smaller cities too.

Argentina is not an ATA carnet country. If you are bringing in professional film, video or audio equipment this requires advance customs clearance through a local production service company / customs broker. 

Visiting crew that are bringing in a very small amount of basic gear may try to get away with bringing in gear as carry on.

Communications. Communication is key. Our agility and global experience allows us to customise the right communications systems for every shoot.

Web posted casting, scouting, and videoconferencing.

For clients that are unable to attend set we offer a virtual video village solution. This dedicated and secure high-resolution video streaming platform allows clients from one or multiple timezones to view setups without compromise and to participate in real-time with the team on set. Separate systems can be set up for the discrete conversations that are required to make a job run right. Working remotely with our local teams reduces your content production costs, turnaround times, carbon footprint, and risks associated with unpredictable global events.

Art Department, Studios, Backlots, & Post Production

Art department and set construction are excellent and highly experienced.

Studios. There are several well equipped studios in Buenos Aires.

Post Production. Buenos Aires has very good post facilities including VFX, animation, editing, and film labs.

Visas & Work Permits

Western crews entering as tourist / business travellers can visit visa-free for stays of up to 90 days.

Although some crews choose to enter as tourists, to be safe, work visas are recommended, especially if you will be working on a larger film shoot, or filming in national parks, or staying over the 90 day period.

Work visas are applied for at your local Argentine consulate with an invitation letter from an Argentine Production Company that is registered with the ReNURE. The original letter needs to be sent with all the required stamps granted by local notaries. Once the letter is received it can take up to a month to process.

Transport & Accommodation

Transportation Infrastructure is up to known and expected world standards.

Accommodation. Contact us for recommended film friendly hotels in Buenos Aires and other parts of Argentina. Hotels of note include:

Atempo Design Hotel, Buenos Aires
The Glu Boutique Hotel, Buenos Aires
Home Hotel, Buenos Aires

Final Notes

Safety. Argentina is a safe place for foreign productions. See here for up to date travel advice.

Down Time. Traditional dishes to try include asado, chimichurri, choripán, matambre arrollado, empanadas, provoleta, alfajores, Dulce de leche, and yerba mate. Argentina is also known for its Malbec wines.

Projects. For an example of TV commercials, stills campaigns, online content, corporate videos, virtual reality 360 content, feature films, TV series and documentaries shot in Argentina, please see below:

Hire Argentina Production Support & Shooting Crew

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