According to Travel Buenos Aires, over 34,000 Brits visited the city in the first half of 2019. The figure means around 15 per cent more visitors arrived from the UK than in the same period of 2018.
Considered among the top destinations in Latin America, Buenos Aires offers a unique blend of European elegance and Latin American passion. Famous as the birthplace of tango, the city is also home to world-class opera, theatre and art. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole dives in for a three-day tour
Buenos Aires has become the latest city to join the International Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories, a pioneering initiative of the World Tourism Organisation aimed at helping destinations manage the sector in a smart and sustainable manner.
As the falling value of the peso drives tourism to the South American city, Gonzalo Robredo, director of the Buenos Aires Tourism Board, tells Breaking Travel News about how the market is changing. Speaking at World Travel Market he also tells us how much of an impact low-cost flights from London with Norwegian Air has had on travel to the capital of Argentina.
The majority of tourists travel to Buenos Aires to spend Christmas and New Year holiday there however; they are still searching for a unique and cultural South American experience where they can spend time with their family and friends. BsAs4u.com has seen this gap in the market and has since formed many ties and links for Christmas and New Year’s Eve with the local tango show houses in Buenos Aires in order provide the tourists with new, traditional and exclusive holiday celebrations that also include professional tango experiences.