Exceeded 1 billion by June, up 8% compared to 2019
Tourism revenues in June 2023 amounted to €361.5 million compared to €292.7 million in the corresponding month of the previous year.
Tourism revenues continue to rise steadily, registering positive signs both compared to last year and in relation to the pre-coronavirus period. According to the results of the Traveler Survey, tourism revenues in June 2023 amounted to €361.5 million compared to €292.7 million in the corresponding month of the previous year, marking an increase of 23.5%. Compared to the corresponding period of 2019, the increase amounts to around 3%.
For the period January – June 2023, tourism revenues are estimated at €1,090.1 million compared to €835.7 million .in the corresponding period of 2022, marking an increase of 30.4%. At 8% is the increase compared to the corresponding half of 2019.
Based on the data of the analysis of the expenses, the following emerges:
–Tourist spending per capita in June 2023 amounts to €791.03 compared to €786.03 in June 2022 (€687 in June 2019), an increase of 0.6%.
– British tourists (the largest tourist market with 34.8% of all tourists in June 2023) spent an average of €96.13 per day.
-Israeli tourists (the second largest tourist market in specific month with 10.2% of the total) spent an average of €124.72.
-Tourists from Poland (third largest market with 6.6%), spent €77.12 per day.
Detailed data on the per capita and daily expenditure of tourists by country of usual residence are presented in the following table.