Tourism in Europe approaches pre-Kovid-19 levels

In the European Union (EU) countries, the number of nights spent in touristic facilities such as hotels and hostels has approached the level before the Kovid-19 epidemic.

The European Statistical Office (Eurostat) published overnight tourist accommodation information in member countries in 2022.

Accordingly, the EU tourism segment, which has been significantly affected by the epidemic, has recovered significantly over the past year.

The number of overnight stays in touristic facilities, which was 2 billion 880 million in 2019, which was before the epidemic, reached 2 billion 720 million in 2022. Thus, overnight stays in touristic facilities in EU countries were only 5.6 percent behind the 2019 period before the epidemic.

Overnight tourist accommodation in EU countries was 1 billion 420 million in 2020 and 1 billion 830 million in 2021.

While the accommodation of international tourists coming from outside the EU countries was 1 billion 360 million in 2019, it was 1 billion 190 million last year. Thus, touristic accommodation between countries was 12.6% before the epidemic. underleft.

The number of international tourist overnight stays was set at 412.5 million in 2020 and 587.8 million in 2021.

The number of touristic nights in 3 EU member countries exceeded pre-Kovid-19 levels. Last year, tourist stays increased by 12.3 percent in Denmark, 3.9 percent in the Netherlands and 0.5 percent in Belgium compared to pre-epidemics.