This was stated by the director of the National Institute of Tourism Promotion (INPROTUR), Leonardo Boto, adding that this situation was due to “the tourist attractions and the good times since 2003.” He explained that other factors that enabled the country visited is “growth region”, since most of the tourists come from the southern part of Latin America.
The director of the National Institute of Tourism Promotion (INPROTUR), Leonardo Boto, said that in 2011 Argentina was the country’s “most visited in South America” with nearly 6 million tourists. The official said that this situation is due to several factors, among which listed “tourist attractions, the economic upturn since 2003, and growth in the region, as much of this massive increase in tourists from the region” .
Boto influences also said “very serious management from the nation, where there was a very strong institutionalization process with the new Tourism Act, the creation of the National Institute of Tourism Promotion autarkic that Argentina has maintained presence in the world and at the forefront in Latin America. ”
“Of the 5.76 million visitors, almost no one and half million Brazilians” and considered that “brands like Evita, tango, meat, Malbec, Che and Maradona are very powerful intangibles”.
“The country has a gateway as Buenos Aires and an interior that has glaciers and waterfalls, a cuisine that goes well beyond the traditional roast with Patagonian lamb, fish coastal river, the flavors of the Northwest and Cuyo “he said.
All airlines flying to Argentina arrive mainly at Ezeiza International Airport “Ministro Pistarini”, located 37 km from the city of Buenos Aires, Capital Federal. She is joined by Lieutenant General Ricchieri Highway. The Manuel Tienda Leon offers every half hour between 05:00 and 22:30 a bus service. The price is $ 70 and the trip takes 40 minutes. There are also taxis and limos (rental car with driver) that perform the transfer (between $ 170 and $ 270)
Remember that in the southern hemisphere seasons are opposite those in the northern hemisphere. In general, the summer, with mild temperatures and long days is the most favorable season in Patagonia and the southern Andes. Wintertime is recommended for traveling to the North and Northwest as rains are less frequent and tropical temperatures drop a few degrees. Fall and spring are magnificent in Buenos Aires, Cuyo and foothills areas of La Rioja and Catamarca.
Adventure, stays, thermal resorts, tours, historical sites, carnivals, incoming tourism, relaxation, cities, beaches, tango, wine … all this, with all services, and many other attractions, is offered to those who decide to choose the tourism Argentina.
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