Digital Media LATAM 2017

Digital Media LATAM 2017

14 Nov 2017 to 16 Nov 2017
Buenos Aires



Where can I register and pay?

You can register and manage your payments by clicking here.


Do I need a visa to enter Argentina?

Most foreign visitors do not require a visa to stay in Argentina for up to 90 days. Check if your country is required to issue a visa in the following list . You are responsible to check for your visa requirements.


Where will the conference take place?

The conference will be held at the Kirchner Cultural Center located at Sarmiento 151 in downtown, very close to the Puerto Madero area. If you are looking into accommodation nearby, we suggest those areas. Some of the nearby hotels include NH Joustens, NH City, NH Centro Histórico, Meliá Buenos Aires and Sheraton, among others.


Is there a partner airline?

No, the event does not have an official partner airline. Although, we recommend for you to use LATAM orAerolíneas Argentinas which operate flights to Ezeiza Airport (the main international airport, on the outskirts of the city) and to Aeroparque (AEP, a smaller airport located close to downtown).


How do I get downtown from Ezeiza Airport?

There are several taxi kiosks on the arrivals area of the airport terminals. Taking a taxi to downtown Buenos Aires is prized between $29 and $35 USD. Do not use taxis that operate outside the authorized companies.


Where can I exchange currency?

There are plenty of exchange places called “Casas de cambio” in downtown. There are no longer rate controls on the dollar, so the market exchange rate is available everywhere. You can also obtain pesos by using your ATM card at any bank.  For foreign cards there’s usually a limit of $2,000 ARG per day.


What will the weather be like?

November brings mild sunny climate to Buenos Aires. The daily mean is 20.7°C (69.3°F). Rain is not unexpected. Closer to the event date, we will update to actual predictions.


How can I call Buenos Aires from abroad?

The international country code for Argentina is 54 and the city code for Buenos Aires is 11. If you are calling Buenos Aires from outside the country, dial 0054 11 and then the telephone number, if it is a fixed line. For mobile phones, dial 0054 9 11.


Is the event location accessible by public transportation?

Yes. The closest subway (subte) station is Alem, the Eastern terminal station for the B line.


Are street hailed taxis safe?

Yes. Crime aboard street taxis is uncommon, but be weary of your surroundings and stay safe.


Can I get the VAT returned on my shopping?

Foreign tourists are eligible to reclaim tax (VAT) on all purchases of domestically-manufactured goods with a value over ARS $70. The Global Blue website has useful information on the tax reclaim process here: AFIP, the Argentine tax authority, also has information in Spanish here:


What are the opening hours in Argentina?

Argentina falls in the GMT-3 time zone, and does not adjust its clocks in summer for daylight saving time.

 Business are generally open from 9am–8pm, Monday to Friday, and Saturdays from 9am-1pm, although larger shops and those on shopping avenues stay open on Saturday afternoons, often until late. Shopping centres open daily until 10pm. Supermarkets are open on Sundays.

 Banks are open Monday to Friday from 10am-3pm, and are closed on weekends. A few banks in the city centre will open until 4pm. Cash withdrawals from ATMs can be made 24hrs a day, 7 days a week.

  Meal times typically tend to be later than in North America, Europe and Asia, with breakfast from 7am-10am, lunch from 12.30pm-3pm and dinner from 8.30pm-11pm, and often later.


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With information from the Buenos Aires Tourism Board


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