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Note that buying a smart phone, and especially an iPhone, is extremely expensive in Argentina due to import restrictions — and they are not widely available. This makes them easy targets for theft. This goes for tablet computers and laptop computers, too. Embassies and consulates are found in Buenos Aires. Some other cities around Argentina especially near the borders also have the consulates of certain countries. Citizens from some countries have to pay a reciprocity fee tasa de reciprocidad before arriving in Argentina; ideally you'll be reminded of this when you buy your airplane ticket.
This fee is equal to what Argentines are charged for visas to visit those countries. You'll need to pay this fee online via credit card; see www. Check current regulations as rules can change quickly. In Argentina was the first country in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriage.
The country has become increasingly gay-friendly over recent years. Homophobia rarely takes the form of physical violence, however, and gay people regularly travel throughout the country to return home with nothing but praise. When it comes to public affection, Argentine men are more physically demonstrative than their North American and European counterparts. Behaviors such as kissing on the cheek in greeting or a vigorous embrace are innocuous even to those who express unease with homosexuality.
Lesbians walking hand in hand should attract little attention, since heterosexual Argentine women frequently do so, but this would be very conspicuous behavior for men. Police can demand identification at any moment and for whatever reason, though it's unlikely to happen. Always carry photo ID or a copy of your passport, and — most importantly — always be courteous and cooperative. Drugs and most other substances that are illegal in the US and many European countries are also illegal here, though marijuana has been somewhat decriminalized in Argentina and is legal in Uruguay.
If arrested, you have the constitutional right to a lawyer, to a telephone call and to remain silent beyond giving your name, nationality, age and passport number. ATMs are widely available, though tend to run out of money in tourist destinations. Credit cards are accepted in most hotels and restaurants.