If you are about to embark on your travels to Argentina, its always sensible to have some travel money on you. Argentina currency, the Argentina Peso is the official currency of Argentina, but given that the currency is exchanged controlled (i.e. cannot be freely taken in and out of the country), it is not advised to take Argentina Pesos to Argentina. US dollars are widely used and exchanged directly in the country.
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It is sensible if you are travelling to Argentina to carry US dollars. Only take the amount of travel money that you require for your trip and more importantly, only exchange the US dollars into local Argentina Peso at official licenced banks and currency exchange. Always exchange only the amount that you need to spend.
Do not bring back any Argentina Pesos back to the UK as they can be extremely costly to exchange.
If you do however have any leftover Argentina Peso, we may be able to buy it back through our currency buy back service. Click here fore more information.
The currency of Argentina is the peso and is also identified by the "$" symbol. As a result of suffering serious Inflation a new currency soon emerged with fewer zeros.
The Argentina Peso comes in a variety of bills from 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 peso bills. However, it is becoming increasingly rare to find smaller denominations. The Currency Club tends to supply mainly 100 bills when you buy Argentina Pesos.
In a bid to improve trading conditions and promote exports to assist growth, Argentina has lifted its exchange controls and the currency is now floating as of December 2015. The immediate impact has been that the Argentina Peso has -devalued by almost 30% since then.
If you are looking to buy Argentina Pesos at the best exchange rates, look no further than The Currency Club.