Why does Argentina charge Australians, Americans and Canadians an entry fee?
Why does Argentina charge Australians, Americans and Canadians an entry fee when you arrive at the airport in Buenos Aires and no other nationalities? When I arrived last year (a Canadian) I had to pay $70 US to enter the country. The fee to Australians and Americans was higher.
I wouldn't exactly know why but it just seems a way to make some extra many. Those countries seem wealthy enough to charge the people upon entry I think. Or perhaps they want to discourage frequent visits from people of those countries, it's not really clear.
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