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Argentina’s tourism growth

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The biggest inter-annual increase belongs to Brazilian visitors with a 34,9% growth.
Brazil also counts as number one in terms of origin of residence of the visitors, representing a 28,9% of the total, followed by Europeans (24,1%), rest of Latin America (20,2%) USA and Canada (12,8%), Chile (8%) and rest of the world (6%)

Destination:Argentina’s Northwest

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Argentina’s Northwest (also known as NOA), comprises the provinces of Salta, Jujuy and Tucumán. Its geography offers cloud forests, high flatland and deserts, salt pans, snow-field mountains and gorges which create a natural and cultural mosaic unique in Argentina.
The NOA region borders Chile, Bolivia and Paraguay. Among its main attractions the colonial architecture of its cities, the magic of the Calchaquies Valleys, the high plateau known as La Puna and the colorful Humahuaca Gorge are some of the highlights in this magic region.

Destination: Mendoza

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Mendoza, capital of Argentina’s wine production, is also the 4th most important city in the country.
It’s a clean and well planned city, with warm people and an excellent gastronomy.
Inside its wine cellars one can discovery some of Argentina’s best kept secrets.

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