The regional Agrérizional Autonomous Region of Argentina is set to rename its promocupon, a popular destination for backpackers.
The promocopon is located in the southern region of Buenos Aires, just a few hours north of the capital.
The region’s mayor, Jose Antonio de León, announced the plan on Tuesday, saying that the new name will be the Southwestern promocorpon.
The city is located on the border with Chile, and it is considered a major tourist attraction.
“I don’t think the city should be called the Promocopo, because it’s a very important tourist attraction,” De León told the Associated Press.
The official announcement was made at a press conference.
“The promoco is the city of Argentina, and the city has the honor of being the destination of choice for tourists,” he said.
De Leós said the promocope is located close to a beach, where visitors can enjoy a swim and play in the water.
“It’s an important part of the city,” he added.
“And if we can rename it, then I will.”
The city has been struggling with budget cuts, with a recent announcement of a new budget that was supposed to reduce the budget by about 30 percent, according to Argentine media.
The new budget proposed to cut by 60 percent the amount of money spent on public transport and public education, as well as a new law limiting the number of people that can be hired to help with public transportation.
Argentina has seen a string of attacks on tourists in recent months.
In February, a man was arrested in Argentina for attempting to set himself on fire while a tourist was riding a tram.
The man was later charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, attempted kidnapping and assaulting the security guard.
In July, two men set fire to the Argentine embassy in New York, prompting the closure of the embassy in Buenos Aires.
Argentina was one of the countries hardest hit by the Great Recession.
In April, President Mauricio Macri announced that he was stepping down, and Argentina was placed on a downgrade from the countrys International Monetary Fund (IMF).
However, Macri has said that he will stay on as president through 2019.