RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After nearly two years of strict restrictions, Argentina's inbound tourism is beginning to pick up in early 2022. Official figures show that 122,000 foreign tourists arrived in January, less than half the number of visitors in a normal season, but almost double the number in December. There was also a paradigm shift: Brazil was no longer the main source of tourism during the high season, but was displaced by travelers from Europe and North America.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Argentina was one of the Latin American countries with the strictest health measures . . .