Vicario and Isgro met with their national counterparts to accelerate works for tourism

Isgro stated in this regard that “the meetings were very positive, We were reviewing the plan for public works with an impact on the tourism industry. We focused on safe routes and development of tourist sites in various parts of the province as well as in a plan of tourist services in high mountains”.

Another issue that was discussed among the officials was the incidence of Pre-trip in the trips of Argentines. Something that Vicario valued as “a positive measure, this being a tool for reactivation at the national level that has had a beneficial impact for Mendoza.”

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Wine tourism is one of the main attractions of Mendoza.

Photo: Provincial Tourist Board

Meeting with Chinese businessmen

Regarding the Pre-trip, Vicario added that “this responds to the varied tourist offer that our destination has with nature activities, wine tourism, gastronomy, adventure and coming with the exercise of a province open to tourism. In addition, Mendoza is also a safe runner and has a high level of vaccination ”.

As part of his tour, Vicario visited the Casa de Mendoza. “We work in situ with the team on current procedures, statistics, proposals for improvements and on reorienting the strategic profile to the promotion of Mendoza, networking, cultural, gastronomic and wine activities,” he said.

Also, during the working day, provincial officials also met with Chinese businessmen, initiating a dialogue to work together, who were very enthusiastic about promoting Mendoza in their country. In addition to strengthen the link to study possible works and investments in wine tourism.

Pre-travel and the impact on tourism

  • Mendoza is the fourth province that captured the most trips in PreTravel, behind Buenos Aires, Río Negro and Córdoba. They are 7.1% of total trips throughout the country.
  • The province concentrates 6.7% (296 thousand) of the tourists who are going to move around the country thanks to Pre-trip and 6.7% ($ 6,604 million) of the spending mobilized by Pre-trip.
  • It is the fifth province with the most registered providers (770). Of the 770 registered providers, 55.6% are accommodation, 23.6% are travel agencies and 2.1% are transportation.

Top ten most chosen destinations in the province:

  • Mendoza city
  • San Rafael
  • Luján de Cuyo
  • Potrerillos
  • Cacheuta
  • Chacras of Coria
  • Malargüe
  • Maipú
  • Tupungato
  • Tunuyan

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