Travelers are increasingly interested in learning about destinations through their culture, history, music and gastronomy, as one of the post-pandemic travel trends.
Ex Ciudad, a company that distributes tours and excursions in Spanish around the world, has placed Mexico and Colombia first and second with the highest scenic reservations in Latin America, above the two major tourism players: Cuba and Argentina.
The United States reported that aid in Latin America has shown representative growth. Thus, 2022 closed with an increase of 216% compared to the data for 2021.
Carolina Padilla, the manager of the Republic of Colombia, shows that this is an example of the great work of promotion and positioning of the city that is carried out from Latin America. Destinations such as Mexico, Colombia and Argentina have managed to occupy an important place in the minds of foreign tourists.
The trend of the Ibero-American market is growing, the opening of new lines and air routes brings travelers closer and also connects countries on the same continent.
For Padilla, the ‘last pandemic’ left the need to go out and learn: first the city, then the country, then other regions. For the Latin American tourist, it is particularly cheap and fast to travel to nearby places, air connections, and the presence of new low-cost routes, have played an important role in the purchase decision.
Latin America is in fashion, both for locals and foreigners. This is a region that offers plans of all tastes, from the beach to the snow; we also found forests, large heads, museums, history and art, highlighted in the local media.
In Colombia, the State reports an increase in resources of 273% compared to the data for 2021.
As for the most sought-after activities, the free tour of Medellin 13 is in the first place, followed by the tour of the historic center and the neighborhood of Getsemaní in Cartagena.
The third State activity in Colombia with the highest number of exceptions is the Guatapé excursion. The fourth and fifth places are taken by Gabriel García Márquez with a free trip to Cartagena and an excursion to the Rosario Islands.
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