Articles tagged “buenos aires”

Tourism

Daily Podcast: Tourists Are Shopping Less, Experiencing More

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, May 19, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Tourists Are Shopping Less, Experiencing More

Skift Meetings

Buenos Aires Delivers a Fresh Pitch to Revive Its Once-Dominant Meetings Market

A weeklong event in Buenos Aires acted as the unofficial relaunch of the meetings sector after the pandemic slump. But recovering lost ground — just 20 percent of the business is back — while dealing with new hybrid models could take about two years, tourism officials admit.

Buenos Aires Delivers a Fresh Pitch to Revive Its Once-Dominant Meetings Market

Business Travel

Selina Moves Beyond Co-Living to Help Companies Hire New Remote Talent

Why is a hospitality brand entering the recruitment market? The answer lies in its co-living division, because not everyone’s there just to party.

Selina Moves Beyond Co-Living to Help Companies Hire New Remote Talent

Tourism

Recession-Wracked Argentina Faces Tourism Hit on Top of Existing Weakness

Spare a thought for Argentina, whose woeful state finances make it ill-prepared to help the country's hotels, wineries, and famous cultural attractions during the tourism plunge and coming quarantine.

Tourism

Argentina’s new papal bus tours are met with high demand

Argentina started counting the profits to be made from increased tourism before Pope Francis was even elected, but their expectations are now confirmed with a concrete interest in the country’s inaugural papal tour.

Argentina’s new papal bus tours are met with high demand

Uncategorized

Buenos Aires subways are running again after strikers got what they wanted

The subway operator Metrovias has agreed to a 23% pay increase for workers ending the 10-day strike, but political negotiations are needed to find a long-term solution for the antiquated railway.

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Buenos Aires subway isn’t running for the 10th day in a row as strikes continue

At the current rate of negotiations, now would be a opportune time to boost bike and car sharing programs within the capital city as commuters are left to find alternative transportation for a second work week.

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Buenos Aires subway service won’t run this weekend as workers strike for higher salary

The workers' strike has more to do with a power struggle over who gets to run the system rather than a real labor issue that affects the rank and file.

Tourism

Weekend escapes: Where porteños go to relax

Where do locals go to escape the stress of urban life. In Buenos Aires it's sanctuary found in the Tigre Delta region.