In statements to Télam Radio, the manager also pointed out that these measurements also indicate that “very interesting numbers in receptive tourism” are beginning to be seen. In this regard, he said that “The sum of both issues is giving results that brings us closer to surely being one of the years with one of the highest occupations in recent times.”
“The numbers of this weekend They have given a very high occupancy rate in most of the country’s tourist destinations, something that has been repeated not only on long weekends but since the last summer season,” he added.
He further remarked that “This last stage of Pre-Trip 3 allowed us to start giving clear signs that the seasonality is breaking“.
In another order, Reppucci commented that “one of the big problems that the activity had for years was that there were very important high seasons and then one short that, in some cases, led many establishments to make the decision to close and some providers discontinue due to lack of demand.
“These tools that have helped us both from the end of the pandemic onwards and the PreViaje have broken with that seasonalitythe same as a policy of long weekends that is better laid out throughout the year”, he pointed out.
According to data from the Argentine Tourism Observatory, this long weekend they almost mobilized 3.5 million people, 10% more than in the same period of 2021 and 30% more than in 2019. Just this weekend, the implementation of PreViaje 3 meant an injection into the regional economies of $4.5 billion. Of the total number of tourists over the weekend, 120,000 mobilized through Pre-Trip.
The collection of the activity in these three days was $25,538 million, a real 53.6% more than in the same weekend last year.