Embassy Paris - Argentina

  
  Embassy Paris - Argentina

Argentinian Embassy in Paris
Embassy of Argentina in Paris

Paris - France

Embassy Paris - Argentina

 


   

 
About the Argentinian embassy in Paris within the Argentinian embassy or the Argentinian embassy visa department waiting times until your travel documents are ready can be several day's. However if you would need to stay in Paris until your visa or passport is ready there is plenty of museums and other interesting places to visit, not at least ofcourse the famous Eiffel Tower comes in mind, But also ofcourse the Notre Dame Cathedral, The world-famous Moulin Rouge show, The Seine River Cruise and among many other things a visit to the Louvre Museum where the famous Venus de Milo and Mona Lisa can be found. Accommodation in particular hotels can be expensive in Paris, However through the search box below good hotel deals can be found. 
 
The Consular department - The Argentinian embassy offers consular assistance and emergency support to Argentinian citizens besides document certification and the issue of travel documents..
 
Argentinian Travel documents - Argentinian citizens can get the Argentinian passport and application form for Argentinian passport or travel documents by requesting the Argentinian Embassy in Paris France.
 
Argentinian Visa - the Argentinian Embassy in Paris will only issue Argentinian visa in Paris if all necessary documents are submitted and approved

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Embassy of Argentina in Paris

Embassy Argentina in Paris

Here you will find information about the Foreign Embassies and consulates in Paris.
In Paris  France there are more than 150 Embassies, consulates and permanent foreign representations. There are also foreign honorary consulates with limited powers.