Published on : Friday, July 12, 2019
Germany saw an increase in visitor despite Brexit decline and between the period from January to April according to the Federal Statistical Office in Germany there was 23.8 million international overnight stays ( in hotels and accommodation with at least ten beds).
This shows an increase of three per cent as compared to the same period in 2018.
Petra Hedorfer, chief executive of the German National Tourist Board said that in the late Easter holidays this year in April triggered a considerable surge in travel from the most important European source markets.
Double-digit growth was seen in the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Denmark and Sweden.
The highly engaging marketing campaign like the German Summer cities stimulated demand in the markets. Simultaneous activities were developed to help them meet the challenges of the market’s digital transformation.
Due to the Brexit situation overnight from the UK showed a three per cent decrease during the first three months of 2019. However, there was a 0.6 per cent increase in March.
There was a healthy increase of five per cent in Ireland equaling 166,315 overnights.