Italian tourists have their publication to enjoy Buenos Aires: "Passport to Your Rights- Passport to Your Rights "

The Deputy Ombudsman, Dr. Carlos Palmiotti, the Consul General of Italy in Buenos Aires, Riccardo Smimmo and their respective teams presented the 29 November at the offices of the Italian Consulate official presentation of the "Passport to Your Rights- Passport to Your Rights ".

This document made between the two institutions has compiled a regulatory articles of the Constitution and the Constitution of the City of Buenos Aires, Statements referred to, rights and guarantees; Tourism and Control Bodies in Spanish and Italian. Likewise, It provides consular information, with particular reference to contact numbers for emergencies (for example theft or loss of the passport), as well as the website and social networks. In Annex useful numbers and addresses of public hospitals in Buenos Aires are reported; the police station and tourist offices of the Ombudsman of the tourist.

At the passport as your rights issued under the US Embassy publication sets out the functions and activities of the Ombudsman of the Economy regarding the protection of the Rights of Children, Adolescent girls and Travel and Tourism; Accessible Tourism and Health (especially the Argentine health system and the importance of recruiting insurance assistance to the traveler). 

This bilingual edition of the "Passport to Your Rights- Passaporto ai tuoi diritti "sella work done for years between the Defender of the tourist and the Consulate General of Italy with the main objective to strengthen ties between Argentina and Italy and establish a direct connection between the two institutions to ensure a good stay tourists Italians who visit the city of Buenos Aires.

To equal the US Embassy (Passport to Your Rights filed 4 dejulio) copies will be distributed in printed or digital version at the Embassy and the offices of the Ombudsman of the tourist and attached to the mailing that the Embassy has with citizens visiting the City italianosque.

The Deputy Ombudsman, Dr. Carlos Palmiotti with the Consul General of Italy in Buenos Aires, Riccardo Smimmo.

The Deputy Ombudsman, Dr. Carlos Palmiotti with the Consul General of Italy in Buenos Aires, Riccardo Smimmo.