Winter tourism in Argentina fails to recover pre-pandemic level

Between tourists and excursionists, a total expenditure of 43,604.6 million pesos (about US$428.5 million) was recorded, with an increase of 45.8% compared to 2019, which is below the accumulated inflation rate in the last two years (93%).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A total of 13.2 million people traveled in Argentina during the winter break that ends today in this country, a figure that is 10.5% below the movement recorded in the winter vacations of 2019.

According to a report released this Sunday by the Argentine Confederation of Medium Enterprises (CAME), although tourist activity is still below the levels before the covid-19 pandemic, the balance is good, considering that in 2020 there was no movement during the winter break due to health restrictions.

"The winter vacations left a satisfactory balance given the restrictions due to . . .

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