36th Congress of the Société Internationale d'Urologie
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SIU 2016 Housing Contest!

The SIU 2016 Housing contest is now closed. Winners will be announced shortly. 

Who Should Attend?

  • Urologists    
  • Urological Nurses 
  • Uro-gynecologists
  • Allied Health Professionals
  • General Practitioners
  • Interventional Radiologists
  • Medical Oncologists
  • PhDs
  • Radiation Oncologists
  • Reconstructive Surgeons
  • Residents and Trainees

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Official Venue

Hilton Buenos Aires

Av Macacha Guemes 351
Buenos Aires, C1106BKG


Buenos Aires is served by the Ezeiza International Airport (EZE), (officially known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport). The airport is the busiest airport in Argentina and is located 32 miles from the offical congress venue. 


The average temperature range in Buenos Aires in October is 14-22 degrees Celsius, with an average of 11 rainy days.


The main form of currency is the Argentine Peso (ARS$). For current exchange rates, click here.


Entry Requirements

Please be sure to check the entry requirements for your country at the nearest Argentine consulate or embassy, as these vary from country-to-country. Not all countries require visas; however, travelers from certain countries are obliged to pay a reciprocity fee before arriving in the country. 

Please allow enough time for visa applications. Refunds will not be given to participants who were unable to obtain the necessary paperwork for entry.

Letter of Invitation

Information on letters of invitation is available here.

The sole purpose of an invitation letter is to facilitate delegates’ visa arrangements and does not imply financial or other support by the organizers. All expenses incurred in relation to the congress are the sole responsibility of the delegate.

The SIU will not contact embassies or consulates on behalf of applicants.

It is the delegate’s responsibility to allow adequate time to make visa arrangements. 


Taxis are easy to locate in Buenos Aires. “Radio Taxis” (often black and yellow) are registered through a company and the safest option for travel.  Make sure to have small bills to pay your fare as it can be difficult to get change for larger bills.


It is customary to tip restaurant servers 10-15% of the bill, while you can round up to the next peso for taxi drivers. At your hotel, porters are usually tipped with a small bill and cleaning staff can be tipped a few pesos per day.

Tourist Information

For more information, visit http://www.welcomeargentina.com/buenosaires