According to information provided by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, more than 4.4 million people visited Argentine tourist destinations this long weekend.
The report, with data from the Tourism area of the Argentine Confederation of Medium-sized Enterprises (CAME), specified that this number of travelers is made up of 2,324,680 tourists and 2,092,212 excursionists (4,416,892 in total). This is equivalent to 119.2% more compared to its balance of June 17, 2019, after a three-day weekend.
In these four days, the average stay was 3.3 days, similar to Easter, and the per capita daily spending jumped to $6,524. Thus, the 2.3 million tourists spent $50,048.5 million, including lodging, transportation, food and other expenses.
The most requested destinations were Córdoba, Iguazú, Mendoza, Bariloche, Salta, Ushuaia, Tucumán, Neuquén, El Calafate and Comodoro Rivadavia, localities that accounted for 56% of the passengers. In Córdoba, with 170,000 beds throughout the province, occupancy averaged 80%, with large influxes in Villa Carlos Paz, Villa General Belgrano, Miramar, La Cumbre, La Falda, Santa Rosa de Calamuchita, Mina Clavero, Nono, San Javier and High Grace.
✈️ The XL weekend was close to equaling the Easter figures, with a total of 4.4 million tourists and hikers who toured the entire country.
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Source: Telam, NA