Passport to the adventure!!
Argentina has 33 airports and a dozen of them reached international status. The most important are Ezeiza and Aeroparque through which entered this year 1.3 million tourists in Buenos Aires. Other important airports in Argentina are Iguazu falls, Bariloche, Cordoba and Mendoza. Below we describe a list of the main attractions to enjoy in Argentina using this airports.
A survey by the Ministry of Tourism of the Nation found that during the first six months of 2012 entered the 1.3 million tourists Argentina via Ezeiza International Airport and Jorge Newbery Metropolitan Airport. These are two of the most important stations in the country from which you access not only to the Federal Capital and its endless attractions but also the varied landscapes featuring the national territory for more than 5000 kilometers.
It is important to note that in most of the Argentine airports it is possible to find good availability to park a car because the airports facilities were designed using the spaces smartly in order to offer Valet, Long Stay, Short Stay parking. Some people says that the model was copied by the UK airports and according with Parking4less.com we can verify that’s truth.
Enrique Meyer, the head of the tourism portfolio, said in this regard that “the unique natural and cultural heritage of Argentina and promotional activities carried permanently abroad, generate these figures that make the activity a key factor for the country’s development. “The report explained further that in June there was strong growth of foreign tourism, more than 17 percent compared with the same period of 2011.
Total passengers 39 percent admitted came from Brazil, just over 19 percent of the rest of Latin America, 13 percent in Europe and 10.4 percent in the U.S. and Canada. The survey also stated that the average stay of foreign tourists in June was about two weeks, while average spending surpassed $ 90 per day with an estimated total of U $ S 235,300,000.