Argentina tourist booking boom of 30%

Source: LinkedIn
By: Aldo Leporati

During the first semester, in the main travel platforms, air reserves grew by 30% to travel to the Argentine capital between July 2018 and June 2019, according to the Tourism Agency of the city of Buenos Aires. They estimate that 20% more visitors from other countries will arrive this year.

Tourism in the City of Buenos Aires ended a positive first semester due to the arrival of almost one million international visitors by air, 3% more compared to the same period of 2017. The report made by the Tourism Entity of the city of Buenos Aires registered an increase of 1% in the revenues generated in the city (us$ 842 million) and of 1.3% of the total that sleep in hotels (8.5 million).

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