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31 Gennaio 2023



Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union (EU), published on 18 January its early estimates of monthly January-October or November 2022 data on the total number of overnight stays spent in tourist accommodations in 2022, and it shows that overnight stays by tourists were near the levels of the pre-COVID 19 pandemic period from which the industry now seems to be strongly rebounding – with overnight stays in 2022 at 2.72 billion compared to 2.88 billion in 2019, and Croatia among the EU member states ranks 8th in overnight stays during 2022.  "It seems that the tourism industry of the EU is recovering strongly from the covid-19 pandemic," claimed Eurostat, and noted their comparisons of overnight stays with two pandemic years shows that in 2022 the number of overnight stays in the EU was significantly more than the 1.42 billion realized in 2020 and the 1.83 billion recorded in 2021.There were in 2022 only three EU member states that recorded percentage increases in overnight stays when compared to the pre-pandemic year 2019, they were Denmark, Netherlands and Belgium. Other EU member states that were in 2022 close to their number of overnight stays in 2019 were Slovenia that was fourth behind Belgium, followed by France, Sweden, Portugal, Croatia, Luxembourg, Poland and Spain which rounded out the top ten. Eurostat noted that among the other countries that are further behind in their recovery from the effects of the pandemic on their tourism in 2022 are Latvia and Slovakia. (ICE ZAGABRIA)

Fonte notizia: N1 TELEVIZIJA online edition 18/01/2023