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Description

Description

Argentina is on most people’s South American wish list and it remains the number two destination in the region, but in spite of its popularity, arrivals since 2005 have not risen much above 4.5 million annually (4.6 million in 2009). Part of the reason has been a lack of direct flights from overseas. Another has been the unwieldy transfer of passengers between international flights at Ezeiza International Airport and domestic and regional flights at the Metropolitan Airport (both in Buenos Aires).

Those issues are, however, being addressed. In the past couple of years, new carriers have come on the scene (domestic and international), making Argentina more accessible to both international and regional visitors. Upgrades are also underway to ease passenger movements at the Buenos Aires gateways.

What's included

What's included

Table of contents

Table of contents

  1. Argentina

    • Introduction

      • Data Sources

          • History
            • Geography
            • Attractions

                • Buenos Aires
                  • Litoral
                    • The north
                      • Cordoba
                        • Cuyo
                          • Patagonia
                          • Tourism and the Economy

                                • Figure 1: International tourism revenues, 2005-09
                                • Figure 2: Travel and tourism economy showing direct/indirect impact on employment and GDP, 2005-09
                            • Arrivals

                              • International
                                • Figure 3: Leading South American destinations for overnight international visitors (over 500,000 visitors annually), 2005-09
                                • Figure 4: International tourist arrivals, by country/region of origin, 2005-09
                              • Domestic
                              • Market Characteristics

                                • International
                                  • Purpose of visit
                                    • Figure 5: Purpose of visit among international travellers at Ezeiza International Airport, 2007-09
                                  • Seasonality
                                    • Figure 6: International arrivals at Ezeiza Airport, by month, showing seasonality, 2008-09
                                  • Length of stay
                                    • Domestic
                                      • Purpose of visit
                                        • Seasonality
                                          • Figure 7: Domestic arrivals by season, 2005-09
                                        • Length of stay
                                        • Transport

                                          • Air
                                            • Road
                                              • Rail
                                                • Sea
                                                • Accommodation

                                                    • Figure 8: Average hotel occupancy rates, by type of accommodation, 2009
                                                    • Figure 9: Hotel occupancy rates in Buenos Aires, by type of accommodation, 2007-09
                                                • Tourism News

                                                  • What Next?

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