Portuguese tourism increases 99% compared to last year

 Wednesday, March 15, 2023 



As per figures available from the National Portugal Statistics Institute (INE), earnings coming from tourism in Portugal last January are equivalent to 212 million euro.

It is a 99% surge compared to the similar period in 2022.

The outcomes are optimistic even when matched with the times when Portugal did not have any recorded Covid-19 case. Matched with January 2020, the total income from lodging has increased by 24%.

The average income per room presented is approximately 29 euro. The average for an engaged room has touched 78.4 euro, which parallels to a yearly development of 86.2% and of 17.7%, respectively.

Among the areas in Portugal that grab the lion’s share in this encouraging show of the tourism segment, there is the urban area of Lisbon, where 38.2% of total earnings are focused. It is followed by the island of Madeira (17%) and by the North (16.8%).

In terms of progression, Lisbon listed the maximum upsurge, followed by the North (92.8%), which signifies the part of Porto, Minho and Tras-os-Montes.

The INE has recognized few threats in sectors that are usually a robust tourism attraction, especially, the city of Albufeira in Algarve, where overnight lodging for tourists stay at 9.9% when matched with the times before the pandemic.

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